Bunglawussi on a roll, wins libel case against Mail on Sunday

Compo Jihad:

Bunglawussi stabs man in the back (6 times in self-defense) gets apology…$$$

Inayat wins libel case against Mail on Sunday

Bunglawussi, a government adviser on combating extremism among young Muslims today accepted substantial undisclosed damages over a newspaper claim that he supported al-Qa’ida. (He did and he does. Bunglawussi is a great fan of bin Laden, but the truth is no longer relevant in Nullabours Britannia./ed)

Extract: Prosecutors have decided that Inayat Bunglawala acted in selfdefence when a drunk turned up at his Pounds 300,000 house in Luton, Bedfordshire, in the early hours of the morning. After a scuffle, the 25-yearold man was left bleeding from six knife wounds to his back, requiring emergency surgery that confined him to hospital for four days.

The parents of the 25-year-old, a heating engineer and a local government employee, said they were ‘sickened’ by the CPS’s decision not to prosecute (Bunglawussi).

His mother said: ‘Mr Bunglawala has been treated very lightly by the police and the CPS. (Yes indeed. There are two laws in the UK now, one for the natives and  another one for all under the sharia/ed)

In other news:

Another Islamic terrorist gets off scot-free:

Appeal Court judges have overturned the conviction of a man branded a “wannabe suicide bomber” by prosecutors.   Mohammed Atif Siddique, 24, a student from Alva, Clackmannanshire, was convicted of terrorism charges in 2007.   But Lord Osborne said some directions given to the jury by the trial judge were a “material misdirection” and amounted to a “miscarriage of justice”.  BBC Scotland news report

2 thoughts on “Bunglawussi on a roll, wins libel case against Mail on Sunday”

  1. Contrast with a recent case in lawless dying Britain, where a victim says she was warned that holding up a knife to deter trespassers amounted to carrying an offensive weapon in her own home. (the police deny they gave such advice)


    [But Klass, who rose to fame in reality pop band Hear’Say, said she was told by Hertfordshire Police officers she should not have used a knife to scare off the youths because carrying an “offensive weapon” – even in her own home – was illegal.]

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