Haneef to Stay in Custody in Australia

Haneef to Stay in Custody in Australia

There are 295 comments on the The Associated Press story from Jul 15, 2007, titled Haneef to Stay in Custody in Australia . In it, The Associated Press reports that:

The Australian government said Monday it would detain a doctor accused of supporting the foiled car bomb attacks in London and Glasgow on immigration violations, overriding a magistrate's order granting him ...

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“No one should live in fear!”

Since: Jun 07

Indiana

#1 Jul 16, 2007
"Under Australian law, the government can withdraw a person's visa for a variety of reasons, including if the minister judges a person is not of good character."

Way to go Australia!!!!

“This Is The Way I See It”

Since: Jun 07

I'm Moving

#2 Jul 16, 2007
Now if the Aussies woud just conduct a public behaeading right after they dipped him pig's blood, it may reduce their problems with these ragheaded butchers.

People that will condone and assist in the killing of innocent people by bombs do not deserve to live.
Doug M

Sunset, TX

#3 Jul 16, 2007
AMen Bobby125 Couldnt have said it better myself. Treat these butchers the way they treat people, maybe a taste of their own medicine would be good for them
ZIPPY DOMBROSKI

Festus, MO

#4 Jul 16, 2007
Brits ought to wake up and kick out of the country these idiots they release. And all their families as undesireables!!!!!!!!!
Paul Judson

Clarendon, NC

#5 Jul 16, 2007
You must squash this basturd like the bug that he is. Hang em high at noon.
BeetRoot

UK

#6 Jul 16, 2007
100% agree with the sentiments above.

Line them all up and machine gun them.
Scott Renhaw

United States

#7 Jul 16, 2007
Release Dr. Haneef from custody. He is of excellent character, physicians are dedicated to the most worthy of activities. My doctor gave me treatments and medicine that cleared up my acne, I'm sure Dr. Haneef would do the same.
Scott Renshaw
Scott Renhaw

United States

#8 Jul 16, 2007
I forgot something. Once my pimples disappeared I became very sexually desirable. You people want to bring criminal charges against doctors who make such things possible??? Think about it.
Mr Giblets

India

#9 Jul 16, 2007
Good on you, Australia! and we are pushing for indefinite detention. Most people here would vote for hanging terrorists as well.
djm

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Jul 16, 2007
Scott Renshaw wrote:
I forgot something. Once my pimples disappeared I became very sexually desirable. You people want to bring criminal charges against doctors who make such things possible??? Think about it.
Excues me? The fact he is doctor makes what it OK?
You probably never even had Civics 101 ... let alone PASS it!

“The Keltic Horned God”

Since: Dec 06

London, UK

#11 Jul 16, 2007
Bring back drawing and quartering.
Elias

Australia

#12 Jul 16, 2007
The AFP had nothing on Dr Haneef, other than he was related to the 2 suspects arrested in the UK

Haneef had declared he had given a phone SIM card to his cousin when he was arrested 2 weeks ago. Strangely the AFP ignored this information but couldnt find any further links after trawling through his apartment and keeping him in lock up without evidence.

Later the Brisbane magistrate agreeed that providing a SIM card was enough to charge Dr Haneef with resourcing a terrorist organisation/group. He was released on bail and then had his visa revoked automatically so they locked him again in Villerwood detention centre on the basis "he has questionable character"

This whole episode is some what disturbing - to me the AFP had nothing on this guy -- but didnt want to lose face in front of the world media - The guy was going home to see his wife give birth to a baby - not likely he is a terrorist

A warning to people not to lend personal items to people who you think are involved in suspicious activity
Scott Renhaw

United States

#13 Jul 16, 2007
Mr Giblets,
An appropriate name for a turkey. You should try to grasp the idea that being ACCUSED of a crime does not mean the person has COMMITTED a crime. Frighteningly, in all the hysteria over "terrorists", you knee-jerk reactionary vigilantes are as dangerous as the terrorists.
Scott Renhaw

United States

#14 Jul 16, 2007
djm,
I didn't have civics, I had acne.
angelo

United States

#15 Jul 16, 2007
get a rope,no time to talk
Scott Renhaw

United States

#16 Jul 16, 2007
Elias,
You are EXACTLY CORRECT. I am American, I thought that only our moronic twit president, Bush, could keep the world safe.
Irish Lass

Auburn Hills, MI

#17 Jul 16, 2007
Scott Renhaw wrote:
Mr Giblets,
An appropriate name for a turkey. You should try to grasp the idea that being ACCUSED of a crime does not mean the person has COMMITTED a crime. Frighteningly, in all the hysteria over "terrorists", you knee-jerk reactionary vigilantes are as dangerous as the terrorists.
It seems to me, Mr. Renhaw's approach is much more sensible than most of you other people. Since when did we return to vigilante justice? Innocent until proven guilty doesn't rule out protective custody for safety, however, whether it's his or ours.
Scott Renhaw

United States

#18 Jul 16, 2007
Irish Lass,
Thank you, what I said was nothing more than common sense---except for my mention of my teenage acne. LOL.

“This Is The Way I See It”

Since: Jun 07

I'm Moving

#19 Jul 16, 2007
Elias wrote:
The AFP had nothing on Dr Haneef, other than he was related to the 2 suspects arrested in the UK
Haneef had declared he had given a phone SIM card to his cousin when he was arrested 2 weeks ago. Strangely the AFP ignored this information but couldnt find any further links after trawling through his apartment and keeping him in lock up without evidence.
Later the Brisbane magistrate agreeed that providing a SIM card was enough to charge Dr Haneef with resourcing a terrorist organisation/group. He was released on bail and then had his visa revoked automatically so they locked him again in Villerwood detention centre on the basis "he has questionable character"
This whole episode is some what disturbing - to me the AFP had nothing on this guy -- but didnt want to lose face in front of the world media - The guy was going home to see his wife give birth to a baby - not likely he is a terrorist
A warning to people not to lend personal items to people who you think are involved in suspicious activity
If you really believe all that B.S. you are spewing, you must be one of the Muslims that think all pale skin European people and Americans should be killed because they are infidels. If that is not so, I know where there is a beautiful bridge over the Intercostal canal in South Texas with a for sale sign that I’m sure you would be interested in buying.
ZIPPY DOMBROSKI

Festus, MO

#20 Jul 16, 2007
Elias wrote:
The AFP had nothing on Dr Haneef, other than he was related to the 2 suspects arrested in the UK
Haneef had declared he had given a phone SIM card to his cousin when he was arrested 2 weeks ago. Strangely the AFP ignored this information but couldnt find any further links after trawling through his apartment and keeping him in lock up without evidence.
Later the Brisbane magistrate agreeed that providing a SIM card was enough to charge Dr Haneef with resourcing a terrorist organisation/group. He was released on bail and then had his visa revoked automatically so they locked him again in Villerwood detention centre on the basis "he has questionable character"
This whole episode is some what disturbing - to me the AFP had nothing on this guy -- but didnt want to lose face in front of the world media - The guy was going home to see his wife give birth to a baby - not likely he is a terrorist
A warning to people not to lend personal items to people who you think are involved in suspicious activity
I guess not enough Aussies have been killed! The kid was born on June 26 and it was a one way ticket!
This jerkoff was a team player!

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