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Tan Ikram and the corruption of the justice system

16 February 2024

2:45 AM

16 February 2024

2:45 AM

The case of the ‘paraglider girls’ just keeps getting worse, exposing a criminal-justice system that seems to have become riddled with bias and Israelophobia.

A mixture of bias, ignorance and cowardice has been exposed at every level of the criminal-justice system

On Tuesday, a judge at Westminster Magistrates Court essentially let three women – Heba Alhayek, 29, Pauline Ankunda, 26, and Noimutu Olayinka Taiwo, 27 – off with a slap on the wrist, after they were charged with terrorism offences.

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