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Why was he allowed in? Afghan-born convicted killer who came to Britain despite being jailed in Holland for BEHEADING a woman is jailed for life here for a ‘horror film’ hammer attack on two police officers
- Jamshid Piruz, 35, served half of a 12-year jail term for killing his tenant
- He arrived in Britian in 2015 to visit relatives but missed his flight back
- The Dutch citizen was arrested afterwards for spitting at airline staff
- He then conducted a series of burglaries, one of which led to him attacking officers Jessica Chick and Stuart Young
- The former told the court that she thought she was going to die in the attack
- His lawyer said that he had been scarred by watch the Taliban kill his parents
- MPs slammed the fact that he was able to get into Britain with such ease
By Paddy Dinham For Mailonline, 13 January 2017:
convicted murderer who was allowed into Britain despite being was jailed in the Netherlands after slitting a woman’s throat has been jailed for life for a ‘horror film’ attack on two police officers using a hammer.
Afghan-born Jamshid Piruz, 35, served six years of a 12-year jail term imposed in August 2007 for the ‘cold-blooded’ killing of his tenant in Almere a year earlier, according to Dutch court documents.
Hove Crown Court heard that after arriving in Britain in December 2015 to visit relatives, Dutch citizen Piruz missed his return flight home from Gatwick Airport on January 4 2016.
Afghan-born Jamshid Piruz attacked Police Constables Jessica Chick and Stuart Young with a hammer
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.
After appearing in court and being ordered to pay compensation, he went on to burgle some garages in Crawley, West Sussex, where he stole some tools including a hammer.
On January 7, police were called after a member of the public saw Piruz attempting a further break-in which led to him attacking Police Constables Jessica Chick and Stuart Young.
Dramatic police bodycam footage showed Piruz being cornered by officers in a tool shed before he lashed out with a claw hammer.
Firearms officers Tasered Piruz three times but to no effect, because of the thickness of his clothing, other than to make him angry
Pc Young, who was hit in the neck during the attack, described it as ‘akin to a horror film’
Francesca Lewington, prosecuting, said that firearms officers Tasered Piruz three times but to no effect, because of the thickness of his clothing, other than to make him angry.
She described how Pc Chick was trapped screaming behind a pillar by Piruz, who swung the hammer at her.
Pc Young, who was hit in the neck, described it as ‘akin to a horror film’.
Pc Chick told the court: ‘I have never been so scared in my life, I have never been in a situation where I thought “This is it, I am going to die or I am going to be brain dead”‘.
Unemployed Piruz pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to burglary, two counts of attempting to cause GBH with intent and affray.
Pc Chick told the court: ‘I have never been so scared in my life, I have never been in a situation where I thought “This is it, I am going to die or I am going to be brain dead”‘
Jailing Piruz to serve a minimum of six years, Judge Jeremy Gold QC told him: ‘This was an incident of truly terrifying violence, the officers were in fear of their lives and you had no reason to attack them whatsoever.’
He said the defendant suffered ‘acute psychotic episodes’ and told him: ‘You are potentially a very dangerous man and you are prone to outbursts of potentially fatal violence when you are stressed, with little or no ability to control those outbursts.’
Mrs Lewington said that Piruz, who has claimed to be married with a daughter, was born in Afghanistan and was granted asylum in the Netherlands at the age of 16 following the death of his parents.
She said he was jailed for 12 years, of which he served six, for killing his tenant in 2006, who he had locked in a room before slitting her throat.
Simon Blackford, defending, said his client, who sobbed in the dock, was remorseful for his actions and added: ‘He suffers from post traumatic stress disorder after he witnessed the murder of his parents by the Taliban when he was 11 years old and subsequent experiences living in Kabul during the war.’
After he admitted his crimes in court last week, MPs condemned the shocking lack of checks on offenders from the EU which left gaping holes in UK border controls.
Tory MP Henry Smith, who represents Crawley, said: ‘The country has got to have tougher border controls. Clearly, being a member of the EU did not protect us on this occasion.
‘A very dangerous individual was allowed to travel here without us having prior knowledge that he’d committed murder in the Netherlands.
Pc Chick was trapped screaming behind a pillar by Piruz, who swung this hammer at her
‘It is staggering that someone could assault staff at Gatwick and then a couple of days later attack two police officers.
‘Why was the information that he was a violent offender not available to us from our EU partners?
‘This is an appalling example of the kind of people who are getting into the country undetected.’
When EU nationals arrive at the border, their passport details are checked against a ‘watchlist’ of suspected terrorists and foreign criminals compiled by the border agency.
But unless an offender is high profile, is known to have committed crimes in several countries, or is on the Interpol wanted list, the system is unlikely to be aware of their previous convictions – leaving a gaping hole in our border controls.Politicians have called for Home Secretary Amber Rudd to introduce a tougher US-style warning system to flag up whether any traveller has a conviction
Except in the most extreme circumstances, Brussels does not force member states to share information on known criminals who might be planning to travel.
France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Poland flag up potential dangermen to the UK so they can be put on a watchlist and turned away at the port or airport.
But if countries do not warn the UK that a dangerous offender is on the way – and some do not even keep information of convictions for their own internal use – there is little we can do to stop them slipping through the net.
Even if a new arrival does have a known conviction, they cannot automatically be picked up and refused entry.
Normally, a person can be excluded from the UK only if they pose ‘a genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat’ to society and the public.
This means that it is not enough for an EU citizen to have a serious criminal conviction – if it is some time in the past, the UK may fall foul of Brussels directives if they refuse to allow that person into the country.
In a bid to tighten up Britain’s borders, the Government has finally negotiated access to the Second Generation Schengen Information System, known as ‘SIS II’, which has details of 250,000 wanted or missing people.
But the system, used by 28 countries, will only issue alerts about the most dangerous on-the-run criminals as well as suspected jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq, missing people and stolen goods.
It will not collate information on the convictions of EU citizens – so someone with a history of offending would not be flagged up to passport control.