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After the meeting on october 20th between the prefecture and the associations about CAO, we know how the prefecture will organise the eviction. The eviction will start monday, 24th of october ( with the first buses). Destruction will start on tuesday the 25th.
The creation of the sorting center on Rue des Garennes is confirmed. People will pass by the sorting center before being divided onto buses going to CAOs all around the country. All the people still in the area, refusing to go to CAOs, will be sent to detention centers. New detention centers have been created for the eviction, some others have been emptied to hold people arriving from Calais. Marck airport may also be used to send people to detention centers.
The sorting center will be open from 8 am to 8 pm. It is already kept under surveillance by the police. People will be separated into different queues indicated by pictograms : single men, families, minors and « vulnerable people ».
Everybody except the minors, will have to choose between two areas in France. Each area get its color and people will have to wear a wrist band with the color of the area where they are going. People will be sorted and taken in big tents with fifty people getting the same wrist band. The will have to tell their identity (sirname, firstname, date of birth).
As soon as a tent is full, a bus will take all 50 people in the tent to the CAO with two people from associations, a fireman and a person from the civil security. Salam and La vie active have accepted to go into the buses.
There will be 60 buses on monday, 40 on tuesday, 30 on wednesday.
People may be able to stay for up to one month in the CAO. They will then have to apply for asylum in France or run away.
OFII has promised that people fingerprinted in other countries won’t be deported, but we still don’t have any written guarentee of that. Dublin deportation is happening in CAOs now.
Isolated minors are going to be interrogated to confirm that they are under 18yo. France terre d’asile, ofpra, DGEF and the Home Office (UK) are going to conduct these interviews. Minors will then go to the CAP to « treat their situation ». Minors who want to stay in France will be taken to Minors CAOs. There is still no information about their locations or the date that they will open.
Assocations collaborate with the eviction. France Terre d’asile are involved in selecting/rejecting the minors. Salam and La Vie active will be on the CAO buses.
La PASS and La Vie Active will continue their activities during the eviction.
Camp access will be controlled. Only the associations who get an agreement with the prefecture will be allowed in. The journalist will acess to the sorting center but don’t know yet if they will be allowed to go to the jungle. The Associations have given a list of their members. Anybody who is not on the list may be arrested. Four English people have already received OQTF.
Arrests of people and OQTF for non-french people may happen more and more often next week. We thank warmly the teachers, asked by the government to translate during garde-à-vue, who have refused it.
Cops have used a lot of teargas over the last three nights. it seems that they were using a new kind of gas causing vomitting, nausea, and big headaches with persistent effects.
Home destruction is never “humanitarian”, sorting people never respect their “dignity”.
The choice between CAO and detention center is not a choice.
Jamal also went to a shooting range with the family and was able to strip a gun before firing it.
His last words to Rosie were allegedly: “I’ll kill you and I know where your children are.”
Serial rapist Dahir Ibrahim, who previously managed to get a deportation order overturned, said he had a "lack of understanding" of what is lawful in the UK. The 31-year-old was jailed for 10 years in 2005 after he raped three women, with a judge ordering his deportation when he was released from prison.
But that instruction was overturned on appeal and after walking free Ibrahim went on to rape two more women, threatening one with a Stanley knife and the other with pliers and a screwdriver. He was caged for another 10 years when he appeared before Birmingham Crown Court last week, and it is understood authorities will attempt once again to deport him once he has served that sentence.
A young journalist was subjected to a horrific gang rape ordeal after asking a group of men for directions, a court heard last week.
The woman boarded the wrong bus home following a night out in October 2007 and ended up in Clapton where a group of men at a bus stop promised to help find her a taxi after she asked them for help. But instead they led her to a squalid flat, stripped her naked and raped her – in an attack which the victim said had “devastated” her life. The woman tried to escape the flat from a bathroom window after her ordeal but it was locked and she was forced to stay in there overnight. She escaped the following morning and managed to get to Kings Cross where she reported the incident to police – but could not find the location of the flat afterwards and most of those responsible have never been traced. But in 2011 Somalian immigrant Emad Mohamed, 23, was linked to the attack and was last week jailed for two years.
Why was a Somalian rapist set free to prey on schoolchildren? Illegal immigrant faces jail after trying to kidnap girls while posing as a policeman weeks after early release Abdi Waise, 28, posed as plain clothes policeman and targeted schoolgirls He kidnapped one and tried to abduct four others over two-and-a half hours Also offered boys money to drug girls, saying it would make victims faint Waise was to be deported after serving six years of an eight-year sentence Deportation order was stayed after he appealed on human rights grounds
An illegal Somalian immigrant is facing jail after trying to kidnap children by posing as a policeman weeks after being released early from a jail sentence for rape. Abdi Waise, 28, was supposed to be deported after serving six years of an eight-year sentence for raping a young woman he snatched off the street in 2008. But a deportation order from 2013 was stayed after the jobless migrant, who came to Britain at the age of ten, appealed on human rights grounds.
Waise struck on January 18 this year. His kidnap attempts started at 7.30am when he chased a ten-year-old boy, offering him £10 and cannabis if he went with him. A short time later he stopped a schoolgirl and tried to search her bag claiming to be a police officer. He followed her until the girl pointed him out to her parents. Minutes later he approached another girl, grabbing her wrist, telling her he was a police officer looking for his daughter, but she managed to wriggle free. At 8.10am, Waise blocked the pathway of two girls and accused them of buying drugs. He attempted to lure them a nearby garden so he could search them, but they ran off. RELAT
Posing as a plain-clothes police officer, Waise then tried to kidnap an 11-year-old girl, putting his arm around her and trying to convince her she should come to his house for breakfast to look at some photos. He grabbed her bag and coat, but she managed to run away. At 9.10am he grabbed another girl by the shoulder at a bus stop, but she was able to escape. He also attempted to search schoolgirls after accusing them of buying drugs.
originally posted by: Kester
Anything like this will expose those fearful of being reliably identified. This includes the hardcore criminals. They rule the migrant world through fear. Thus all will be forbidden to take the Mark, just as all cameras have been banned from use in any but the most public areas of the camp. Wellingtons also banned by the criminals, unless for their own use.
They will not take the Mark.
originally posted by: dukeofjive696969
Yes yes yes, this is it right, this is where those billions of evil terrorist start taking over europe with rape and blood, or is that next week, you guys keep on pushing the eta.
Na i got it now, its next moth, na next Thursday, dammit next year?