Take a look at this unhinged hammer-wielding whack-job:
His name is Jamshid Piruz. He was born in Afghanistan and he is 35 years old — he is also a convicted killer. And his case — it sums up the madness of ‘justice’ in the European Union.
Piruz was recently handed a so-called ‘life sentence’ for a vicious, fear-inducing claw-hammer attack on two British police officers in January 2016 — an incident that did not constitute this charming individual's first brush with the law.
Afghan-born Piruz has reportedly suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after seeing his parents executed at the hands of the Taliban when he was 11 years old. Orphaned, aged 16, he travelled to the Netherlands, where he sought, and was granted, asylum.
Years later, in 2003, he was convicted of common assault — and in 2006, he was arrested for drunk-driving. But it was the evening of June 15, 2006, that Piruz stepped it up a notch.
Citing Dutch court records, Richard Pendlebury of The Daily Mail reports that on that fateful night police were called to a maisonette in the town of Almere, near Amsterdam. There they found the body of a Chinese woman, her throat savagely cut.
The CID report said: “The victim was lying on her back in a blanket. We saw that her throat was totally cut through.”
Piruz, the woman’s landlord, was convicted of her murder and sentenced to 12 years. Instead, he served only six behind bars — a travesty in itself. And yet, strikingly, Piruz was permitted entry to the United Kingdom.
Shortly after arriving in Britain in December 2015 to visit relatives, just days before his savage hammer attack, the Dutch citizen then missed his return flight home. He went on to be arrested and prosecuted for assault after he spat at a member of EasyJet staff who told him he would need to buy a new ticket.
He appeared in court and was ordered to pay compensation to his victims. He then went on to carry out a string of burglaries — breaking in to garages in Crawley, where he stole tools including a hammer, before finally being caught in the act on January 7, 2016, prompting a local woman to call the police…
It has since transpired that relatives of Piruz had warned the British authorities and “begged” police not to release the madman after the EasyJet incident — shockingly, they were reportedly ‘laughed at’.
A Dutch Justice Ministry spokesman told The Daily Mail that “Piruz had no travel ban and a short stay abroad was not prohibited […] He was at large justly, in accordance with the conditions imposed” — an explanation for Piruz’s presence in the UK that will surely be of no comfort to British residents.
Put simply: Even Jamshid Piruz, a savage serial offender, responsible for practically beheading a neighbour, is permitted to move freely within the European Union without disclosing his criminal record.