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RIP Ama Sumani
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I can’t really write too much about this as it is too upsetting for me (for obvious reasons), and I feel so angry at the inhumanity of the immigration official(s) that made the decision that she had to be deported.  What happened to Ama Sumani was totally disgraceful.




If the appeal funds are used to ensure that her children receive a good education, then at least some good will have come out of this distressing case.

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Culpable homocide

The deportation of Ama Sumani (described by Lin Homer, chief executive of the Border & Immigration Agency, as “not exceptional”) not only shows a total lack of compassion, it suggests a vindictive cruelty in the methodology of the Border & Immigration Agency.

By denying her the drugs she needed & the support people were willing to give, the Border & Immigration Agency are guilty of no less than culpable homicide.

It is horrific that someone receiving treatment vital to their survival can be removed from hospital against their will. What is chilling is that this is the operational practice of a government funded executive agency.

Re: Culpable homocide

I could not agree more.

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