Saturday, September 1, 2012
A black gangster convicted of kidnapping and torturing two men, whom he beat half to death with a baseball bat, has been selected to represent Britain at the Paralympics
Black weight-lifter Paul Efayena, 34, took two asylum seekers hostage in a horrific ordeal in which they were stripped, electrocuted and forced to drink their own blood. In 2006 Efayena was sentenced to nine years in prison for two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent, two of false imprisonment and one of blackmail. But despite the heinous attack the South-London based weight-lifter was earlier in 2012 cleared by Paralympics GB to compete in the Games. Efayena took up the sport after losing his right leg above the knee in a near fatal motorcycle accident in 2011 and joined the British Weightlifting team just six months ago. It was only on August 15, 2012 that the Nigerian convict was stopped in his tracks, when security officials refused him entry to the competition. Accreditation may be refused to anyone who might pose a safety or security risk or whose presence is not conducive to public good. Incredibly - despite his violent past - Paralympics UK went on to ask for a review of the case. But the 100kg hulk’s past finally caught up with him when he was definitively told that he would not be competing. The massive weightlifter was sentenced to nine years in jail after the attack on two asylum seekers who were trying to buy fake passports. Efayena’s cohort orchestrated the attack after becoming convinced that Liberian nationals Joe Smith and Peter Dennis were undercover police officers.