Killer Rights: Bassam Hamzy, Emad Sleiman win right to sue NSW Commissioner of Corrective Services

 “I just f..cked the commissioner, I just f..ed the commissioner.”
  * Litigation jihad:  Islamic killers win right to sue…

0659385000Convicted killers … Bassam Hamzy and Emad Sleiman have won the right to sue over being kept in solitary confinement.
  • Murderers can sue over solitary confinement
  • Both part of “Super Max Jihadists” gang
  • Both seeking damages over treatment

Herald Sun, just in thanks to Mullah

CONVICTED murderer Bassam Hamzy, accused of masterminding a drug ring from jail, has won the right to sue the New South Wales Commissioner of Corrective Services over his solitary confinement.

After the decision was handed down, Hamzy – who appeared by videolink from jail – shouted: “I just f..cked the commissioner, I just f..ed the commissioner.”

Justice Michael Adams had already left the courtroom in the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney, but the link was immediately turned off after the outburst.

The judge had given Hamzy and another convicted murderer Emad Sleiman permission to sue Commissioner Ron Woodham and the State of NSW over their segregation.

Both prisoners are seeking damages.

Hamzy was charged with supplying drugs last December, after police alleged he made more than 19,000 calls from jail as he coordinated a $250,000-a-week drug operation.

In 2007, he was accused of converting fellow prisoners to Islam in order to form a gang labelled the “Super Max Jihadists”.

In 2001, he was convicted of murder, malicious wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm, maliciously discharging loaded arms with intent to do grievous bodily harm, threatening to use a firearm with intent to prevent or hinder lawful apprehension and conspiracy to murder.

His non-parole period will expire in December 2023.

Sleiman was jailed in 1999 for at least 16 years and three months for murder and contempt.

Both claim their solitary confinement is unlawful due to the absence of a “segregation direction” which is required under the Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Act.

Sleiman’s lawyers say if it was lawful, it was void as it was made for “an improper purpose”.

Justice Adams dismissed an application by lawyers for the commissioner and state who wanted the cases thrown out.

“The case is about what the law will do to require obedience to and redress departures from the obligations it imposes,” he said.

“It has nothing to do with the personal merits, or lack of them for that matter, of the prisoner.”

The judge said it was self-evident the isolation of a person from communication with others was a “severe and possibly dangerous step”.

“It must be done with considerable care and only when it is truly necessary,” he said.

The judge ruled the commissioner and the State should pay the costs of the prisoners for the latest proceedings.

5 thoughts on “Killer Rights: Bassam Hamzy, Emad Sleiman win right to sue NSW Commissioner of Corrective Services”

  1. This sort of behaviour by an out of touch judiciary could eventually turn out to be a trigger that could bring down a government. But we have to have the right type of people in place to take this country back from the brink.

  2. Their beards and ugly faces make me want to vomit. I am very fortunate to live in an area where we seldom see the bearded ones and where their hags are scared to be out on the street. Not many places like this left in the world..
    There is an article somewhere re the 15 different types pf jihad currently being waged against the Uk..many people do not recognize all the different types of jihad.

  3. “Even in a city all too familiar with violent crime, the murder of rising sports star Jason Burton was every bit as frightening as it was brutal.

    The knife which pierced the young water skier’s heart was thrust at him with such ferocity, according to autopsy reports, that the impact fractured his ribs.

    Bruising around the entry wound was caused not by the blade of the weapon but the force of its handle slamming against his chest.

    The horrific attack – in the early hours of May 18, 1997, outside the General Bourke Hotel at Parramatta, where Mr Burton had been celebrating his 26th birthday – was apparently sparked by a meaningless dispute at the bar.

    But now, in a development which has alarmed Jason’s family, the man serving 21 years for his murder, 24-year-old Emad Sleiman, is appealing against his conviction based on a startling new claim.

    Five years on, Sleiman’s nephew, Hassan Kalache, has come forward, insisting that he is the true killer.”

    Another hate crime by Muslims against a caucasian man. Stabbed for little reason.

  4. Thanks crime_req,
    This is typical with these lebanese muslim scum – the NSW police have shown absolutely NO spine in dealing with these muslim pigs. If Sleiman is released then I will be baying for the blood of the judge that passes the decision. Lock the pigs nephew up as well – they are both guilty of murdering Mr. Burton for no reason and as such they should be subjected to judical execution.

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