Jury Decides Fate Of Driver Charged With Auto Homicide In 2019 Fatal Crash In Hurricane

Emad Al Swealmeen lied repeatedly to try to stay in Britain but his case quickly fell apart and was branded 'not credible', raising more damaging questions about why he was never deported in the next six years. The judge who rejected his asylum case in April 2015 suggested he could have been thrown out of Britain immediately - but he remained in Liverpool where he built a bomb factory in his flat and then blew himself up. He even put in an application under his alias Enzo Almeni - but it has now emerged that there were at least two years when he had no active appeals, yet no order to remove him from the country. The failed asylum seeker, who converted to Christianity to improve his chances of a successful appeal but remained a practising Muslim, died from the blast and subsequent fire after his homemade bomb detonated in a taxi outside Liverpool Women's Hospital. His inquest revealed he bought 2,000 ball bearings and rented a 'bomb-making factory' to manufacture a device with 'murderous intent' that went off shortly before 11am on November 14 last year. The 32-year-old's web of lies began as soon as he arrived in Britain in April 2014 from the UAE, claiming to be Syrian and in fear of his life. But expert language analysis of his Arabic by the Home Office quickly found that he was 'almost certainly' Iraqi. He also had no documents to support his claim to be Syrian - and no connections with that country whatsoever.

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