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Channel Tunnel Man: Refugees Should Not Be Prosecuted For Irregular Entry


A man named Abdul Rahman Haroun has been reported to have walked the length of the Channel Tunnel in an attempt to gain entry to the UK. Mr Haroun is said to be facing charges under the Malicious Damage Act of 1861. Many sources have weighed in on this story already but have written an article arguing that this is an abuse of the law and The prosecution of Mr Abdul Rahman Haroun is inappropriate and wrong. The article does this using reference to several past cases and is worth reading for their perspective.


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