‘Good Deed’ Idiots

PUBLISHED: 1:27 PM 15 Oct 2018
UPDATED: 6:15 PM 15 Oct 2018

Watch: Passengers Stop Deportation, Only To Learn They Defended Vile Criminal

Yaqub Ahmed wasn’t being ‘taken from his family,’ he was being kicked out of a civilized country for gang rape.

Do-gooder passengers ignorantly stopped the deportation of a Somali gang rapist.

A Somali man, whose deportation was stopped after airline passengers doing a ‘good deed’ staged a mutiny, was discovered to be Yaqub Ahmed. He is a convicted gang rapist, whose vile crime has many people up in arms over the interference of the do-gooders who forced officials to remove him from the plane.

Ahmed was on a flight from Heathrow to Turkey when guards were forced to abandon his deportation after a group of ‘activists’ angrily intervened shortly before take-off. He had originally been give refuge in London as a ‘boy.’

The incident last Tuesday was filmed on mobile phones, and one traveler complained, “They’re separating him from his family,” while others screamed “take him off the plane.”

That’s just what the guards had to do, right before Ahmed thanked the bleeding heart-liberals who helped him.

But the passengers idiotically didn’t know they were helping a man who’d been sentenced to nine years in jail for his part in a vicious gang rape of a teenage girl, “and that another member of his gang later fought for Islamic State in Syria.” He only served four-years of the sentence before being subject to the order of deportation.

He and his gang friends found a 16-year-old stranger in London’s Leicester Square, in August 2007.

In an apparent planned attack, they took her to an apartment in Crouch End, then brutally gang-raped her.

The crime was caught when neighbors herad the girls screams and called police.

All the criminals denied the charges, but DNA evidence proved the crime and the judge handed down a stiff sentence.

When a video of the impromptu protest was published by MailOnline, “hundreds of readers expressed their outrage.”

One wrote, “The police should have been called and all the passengers who were interfering should have been arrested and removed from the plane.”

Another person said, “Looked like a plane full of snowflakes.”

While another stated, “Now it will cost a lot more to fly the man back on a private charter! Well done silly interfering, self-seeking, do-gooding idiots!”

Now, Ahmed is being held while his lawyers try to come up with a way for ‘temporary’ reprieve through the appeals process.

Harry Fletcher of the Victims’ Rights Campaign said, “This deportation was clearly in the public interest. Sitting deportees in the general passenger area of a plane is wrong and leads to this kind of ill-informed protest.”

Such, ‘ill-informed’ people, many agree, should not act in ignorance. Reporters and possibly officials are looking for the people who interfered with justice.