MUSLIM “IMMIGRANT SUCCESS STORY” CONVICTED OF BRITISH MAN’S DEATH
The trouble with the whole success story narrative is that success isn’t everything. It’s a willingness to contribute to your new country. An immigrant who makes a lot of money, but has zero empathy for the native population is going to end up doing things like this. And no matter how much money he makes, his success ends up hurting the country he has settled in.
Mohammed Zaman was an immigrant success story. Born in Bangladesh, he had arrived with nothing in the United Kingdom at age 15 before working his way up the restaurant business. By the time he turned 50, he was the owner of half a dozen award-winning Indian eateries around North Yorkshire. He sent his kids to private schools and prestigious universities.
And he did it by not remotely caring about the health and safety of his customers.
But the immigrant who had arrived without a penny began cutting corners, employing undocumented workers and swapping ingredients for ersatz imitations, according to prosecutors.
On Monday, that penny-pinching caught up to Zaman when he was convicted of manslaughter in connection to the death of one of his customers.
Zaman, 52, was sentenced to six years in prison for the death of Paul Wilson, a highly allergic bar manager who died in 2014 after eating chicken
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