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Osime Brown’s mother vows to fight against deportation to Jamaica

Case of 21-year-old autistic man convicted under joint enterprise has received support from MPs and human rights activists

The mother of a 21-year-old autistic man has vowed that she will not stop fighting to prevent her son being deported to Jamaica following a conviction for the robbery of a friend’s mobile phone he says he is innocent of.

The case of Osime Brown has attracted increasing support from MPs, human rights campaigners and lawyers, who say that the Home Office’s intention to deport Brown to Jamaica, a country he left at the age of four – in line with rules that say those who have served a sentence of 12 months or more face automatic deportation – must be challenged.

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