Crime / England
This is from The Coventry Telegraph – A murderer who has admitted killing up to 400 people – many in horrific machete attacks – is living in Coventry after being granted asylum.
John Thuo, aged 27, came to the UK illegally in 2003 and despite attempts to kick him out a court has ruled that deportation is against his human rights.
”Human rights?? This man should get exiled back to Kenya, and there the mob could bring him to justice!”
For seven years he worked for the Mungiki in Kenya, a criminal mob behind some of the continent’s worst atrocities.
At an immigration tribunal he admitted killing between 100 and 400 people.
After he was tracked down, Thuo said: “It’s true, I killed a lot of people. I don’t like talking about my past.
“I feel guilty for what I’ve done. I feel remorse.
“I’ve started a new life here and I’m looking for regular work. If I go back they’ll kill me. They’ll behead me.”
Asked if he is monitored by the Home Office, he said: “No, I don’t have to meet anyone. I’m free.
“My life in Kenya is in the past. It’s a different world out there. Out there, all you can do is hope to survive. This is a better place to live.”
He lives rent-free in accommodation provided by the National Asylum Support Service and used to work as a removal man.
The Home Office has tried to deport Thuo in a series of hearings but it has been unsuccessful. Thuo claims that if he is sent back to Kenya he will be executed.
He told an immigration court in London that he was a senior member of the Mungiki in a Nairobi slum after being recruited when he was just 10-years-old.
”You could say this man is an african gangbanger, with hundreds of people killed!”
In 2000 he was promoted to leader, training members and taking control of the slum where he ran a security racket.
In evidence he admitted his gang “torched people’s houses” and carried out female circumcision and public intimidation.
In 2002 he took part in a revenge attack on villagers who had killed two members of the Mungiki. He butchered two civilians with a machete.
In another incident he said he killed two police officers after members of the gang were arrested, one with a machete and another with a “big stone”.
The Mungiki – part gang, part religious sect – were outlawed in Kenya in 2002 following widespread outrage at their horrific crimes, in which victims were left as mutilated corpses.
Initially they were a peaceful protest movement in which followers wore dreadlocks, but the group transformed into one of the most feared organised crime organisations in the capital, Nairobi.
This is from Wikipedia- Mungiki is a terrorist group and a banned criminal organization in Kenya. The name means ”A united people” or ”multitude” in the Kikuyu language. The religion, which apparently originated in the late 1980s, is secretive and bears some similarity to mystery religions. Specifics of their origin and doctrines are unclear. What is clear is that they favor a return to indigenous African traditions.
They reject Westernisation and all things that they believe to be trappings of colonialism, including Christianity. The ideology of the group is characterised by revolutionary rhetoric, Kikuyu traditions, and a disdain for Kenyan modernization, which is seen as immoral corruption. Mungiki is often referred to as Kenya’s Cosa Nostra, Yakuza, or Kenyan Mafia due to its organization. They have been newsworthy for associations with ethnic violence and anti-government resistance.