Monday, April 12, 2010


The son of late dictator Idi Amin has been charged with a savage attack hours before he was due to be deported from Britain.
Faisal Wangita, 28, is alleged to have been one of eight men who battered another deportee at an immigration centre.

The South American victim, 23, suffered multiple injuries and spent three nights in hospital following the attack at Colnbrook, near Heathrow Airport.

He will now stay in Britain to give evidence against the group - all charged with grievous bodily harm with intent.

Wangita is thought to be Amin's 43rd child. Up to 400,000 people were killed under his brutal 1971-79 regime in Uganda.

Keeping Wangita and the others in custody will cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of pounds.

The bill will rise even further, if they are convicted and jailed.

Also charged are Adelson De Oliveira, 23, Julio Odjoma, 27, Robert Williams, 25, Omar Haji-Ali, 30, Ahmed Musse, 27, Steven Kadima, 22, and Marc Deborge, 33.

All are due at Isleworth Crown Court on May 18.


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