This video from England says about itself:
Judgement Day – Documentary – Orashia Edwards
30 June 2014
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Bisexual asylum seeker’s deportation dropped
Thursday 3rd July 2014
Orashia Edwards was due to be deported to Jamaica after being refused asylum.
But following a legal challenge, a judicial review into the refusal is to be heard next week.
Immigration officials had planned to deport him before the review was heard, but have now abandoned this idea.
Mr Edwards fled from Jamaica after being persecuted for being bisexual.
He made his home in Leeds where he has family and has become an active campaigner with the city’s LGBT community.
Emily Jennings of Leeds No Borders said the decision to cancel Mr Edwards’ flight had been taken a week ago but he had not been informed by the Home Office.
“This is yet again an example of how awfully asylum seekers are treated by the Home Office,” she said.
So, a partial victory for Orashia Edwards. However, the fight for his rights is not over yet.
A JAMAICAN asylum-seeker in Leeds was detained by immigration officials yesterday and is set for deportation. Orashia Edwards, 32, is seeking asylum to escape persecution for his bisexuality in Jamaica and fears for his life if he is returned: here.
LEEDS asylum-seeker Orashia Edwards has been released after his fourth period in detention, writes Peter Lazenby. His friends condemned immigration authorities for putting him through a “horrendous ordeal”: here.