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Paedophile STRIPPED of British citizenship & being deported in LANDMARK CASE for U.K. History

A Paedophile who repeatedly raped a seven-year-old boy is being stripped of his British citizenship and deported back to India in the first landmark case of its kind.

The man, who can only be identified as RSD, came to the UK from India in 1997 and was granted British citizenship six years later. However in 2011 he was convicted of 23 counts of sexual abuse of “a male child within the family”, court documents revealed.

‘RSD’. came to the UK from India in 1997.

The vile animal was sentenced to 23 years in prison for grooming and raping the boy between 2003 and 2010 and was ordered to sign the sexual offenders’ register for life, but now the British government has stepped in and revoked his citizenship on the grounds that he lied about the fact he was sexually abusing a child when he applied to be a UK citizen.

The man won his appeal against the decision, however, had no luck because in what is believed to have been the first case of its kind, a judge stepped in and ruled in favour of the Government, stripping the creature of his British passport.

Child abuse lawyers praised the judges ruling.

“This decision is to be welcomed as a statement of the seriousness with which grooming is viewed by the courts. Any court decision which highlights and reinforces the penalties for this kind of will help to send out the message that perpetrators will face serious consequences.”


Richard Scorer, specialist abuse lawyer at law firm Slater & Gordon

Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who oversaw the case before Savid Javid took over her role had strong words for the convicted beast.

“Given the fact that you began your sexual offences in 2003, prior to lodging your naturalisation application, and continued to do so many years after you were granted British citizenship, you were clearly not of good character. It was only because you concealed your sexual assaults that led to your application succeeding.”


Amber Rudd, Former Home Secretary

Judge Pitt, sitting in the Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber, said: “It is my conclusion that the appellant obtained naturalisation in 2004 by deliberately concealing material facts.”

A Home Office spokesperson said: “Any British Citizen may be deprived of his or her citizenship if the Secretary of State is satisfied that it would be conducive to the public good. It is a power used for extreme and exceptional cases.

“Deprivation on conducive grounds can be used where individuals pose a threat to national security, or have been involved in war crimes, serious and organised crime, and unacceptable behaviours such as extremism or glorification of terrorism, unless to deprive would render them stateless.”

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