No one in Britain is asking the right question in the murder case against a worthless crazy African whose presence on earth is a burden to society.
They first question is why was he even in Britain in the first place.
Was it his good looks? His charm? His intelligence?
The second question is why should this piece of excrement be allowed to live. It’s a serious question. He will be a burden on the British taxpayer for the next 50 years or more. Who knows how much more grief he will cause to others.
Kill the bastard and dump his worthless remains into the ocean so that sharks can have a shit meal.
A mentally ill student, who stabbed a scientist to death, has been given an indefinite hospital order.
Femi Nandap, 23, stabbed Dr Jeroen Ensink, 41, to death outside his home in north London after voices told him to sacrifice someone.
Six days earlier charges for possession of kitchen knives against Nandap were dropped by the CPS due to lack of evidence.
Judge Nicholas Hilliard QC, the Recorder of London, said the charges should never have been dropped and called for an investigation into the case.
Dr Ensink, who worked at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, was stabbed repeatedly outside his Islington home on December 29 last year, just 11 days after becoming a father.
He was killed on the way to post cards telling family and friends of his daughter Fleur’s birth his wife Nadja Ensink-Tiech and the baby were inside the house unaware of the attack.
‘Your culpability for the killing, arising as it is, is low. It was driven by your mental illness.’
Referring to the charges which were dropped the judge said the CPS had concluded that ‘those proceedings should not have been discontinued’.
Earlier in the hearing Dr Ensink’s wife Nadja demanded answers about why her husband’s killer was freed by the court days before the fatal attack.
She said: ‘This is a terrible tragedy for me and for Jeroen’s daughter, and family and friends but it is not a one off; mental health homicides keep happening again and again.
‘If such tragedies keep occurring, why has there not been concerted action to address this? If a person with a history of mental health problems is found wandering about with a knife, and attacks a police officer, then that person must be referred to a secure unit for proper assessment and treatment and not given bail so easily.
‘This represents a failure of the health and judicial system that should protect the public and care for those with severe mental illness.’
She called for an independent inquiry to examine saying: ‘This may help others from being in the same position my daughter and I now find ourselves in.
‘Lessons will not have been learned until concrete changes in legislation will be implemented.’
She said: ‘I will miss the what could have been. I will miss the life I was supposed to have. Not only was the love of my life taken from me, but with him also all of our hopes and dreams.’
The court also heard from Dr Samrat Sengupta from Broadmoor Prison who said Nigerian-born Nandap became ill after going to Boston, America, to study accountancy where he started smoking cannabis.
He said: ‘Since talking to other members of his family we have discovered that there is a history of mental illness in his family. Cannabis triggered a psychotic illness. He will continue to be very ill.’
Nandap, of Woolwich, south east London, was detained under the Mental Health act.