Canada released Somali Muslim “gangster refugee” who fled U.S. warrant, deportation order
Retired Homeland Security agent Tony Langeland burst out laughing when he was read the statement about Farah being one of the most honest detainees the IRB officer had ever encountered. "I had a lot of interaction with him," Langeland said. "He is definitely not the most honest person I have ever met. "But he is a criminal and he is involved in a whole lot of shit."
More than a year after he illegally entered the country, Farah's last hope of staying in Canada ended on Nov. 16, 2018. A Federal Court judge agreed with a previous IRB ruling that Farah hadn't provided sufficient evidence of his sexual orientation, or that he would be persecuted or harmed in his native Somalia.