The very fact that England even listens to the ECHR means more control by Islamists not just for them & Europe but for American as well.
Some courts in America are already considering or have used Sheria Law in their decisions - Obama wants America to be subserveant to the UN. If he wins in 2012, and establishes his Dictatorship as planned, Sheria will be recognized as it is in England & some States in Europe. Just the opposite of Ron Paul's misguided desire to turn us into Fort America, and withdraw from the world, Obama wants to destroy us as well making America into a Progressive/Marxist State.
Remember that the RINO Romney is a "WORLDER" like Obama and all Progressive/Marxist & Islamists- think about that if you are going to vote for THE RINO ROMNEY........
SOURCE: atlasshrugs.com UK blocked from deporting Bin Laden's aide
Herald AU January 17, 2012 11:37PM HARD-line Islamist cleric Abu Qatada cannot be deported to Jordan from the UK as it would be a "flagrant denial of justice," European judges ruled.
The preacher, who was described by a Spanish judge as "Osama bin Laden's righthand man in Europe," won his appeal to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR)
against the British government's bid to deport him with assurances from Jordan he would not be tortured. The ECHR ruled that sending Qatada, who is also known as Omar Othman, back to face terror charges could lead to evidence obtained by torture being used against him, which would be a breach of his right to a fair trial.
A spokesman said, "In the absence of any assurance by Jordan that the torture evidence would not be used against Mr. Othman, the court therefore concluded that his deportation to Jordan to be retried would give rise to a flagrant denial of justice."
This is the first time the court has blocked deportation under this right, which is enshrined in Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The UK government can make a final attempt to appeal against the judgment before it becomes binding in three months' time.
Home Secretary Theresa May insisted Tuesday's ruling was not the "end of the road" and said that Qatada would remain in detention while "all the legal options available" are examined.
Qatada, 51, is wanted on terrorism charges in several countries and is currently being held at Long Lartin high-security prison in central England.