Jacob Damiany Lunyamila is a refugee from Rwanda who arrived in Canada — illegally and without documentation — in 1994, and was granted refugee status in 1996.
According to a recent Canadian federal court decision, during this time, Lunyamila has had “approximately 389 police encounters,” which “resulted in 95 criminal charges and 54 convictions.”
Canada has been trying to deport this thug back to his native Rwanda for years, but Lunyamila refuses to leave.
You see, the government of Rwanda requires him to sign a form before they will let him enter their country. And he simply refuses to sign it.
So, if we can’t deport him, why not just lock him up?
Well, thanks to Canada’s deeply flawed justice system, at least five judges in at least seven different decisions have ruled to set him free.
Last time he was released, Lunyamila attacked strangers in downtown Vancouver with an axe.
Sanity prevailed, as the Chief Justice of the Federal Court ruled to overturn these earlier decisions and keep him locked up.
It’s nice to see a hint of common sense left in our justice system.
Unfortunately, the playing field is still stacked against the interests of Canadians, as I’ll explain…