Immigrant cocaine baron who used human rights laws to avoid deportation TWICE begins fourth jail term after he is caught dealing cocaine worth £180,000

An immigrant cocaine baron is starting his fourth prison sentence today for filling Britain’s streets with heroin and crack cocaine after exploiting human rights laws to TWICE avoid being deported.

Mahmoud Jaber, 31, has been peddling heroin and crack cocaine across Lancashire to fund his lavish lifestyle and has nine separate drug convictions over 13 years.
But despite being told as far back as 2006 he would be deported back to his native Palestine, Jaber – whose father lives in the UK – used Article Eight of the Human Rights Act to successfully appeal the orders.

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