The person on the right in the above picture is Laith Alani, a paranoid schizophrenic from Iraq.
He has spent the past 19 years in s secure hospital after he killed two NHS consultants in a horrific frenzied attack because he believed he had received a "command from Allah."
The Home Office wanted to deport him on his release to protect the British public, but he appealed to the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal (AIT) where a panel led by Lance Waumsley, a senior immigration judge, ruled he could remain in the UK.
The reasons given were deportation would breach his human rights, insofar as he has a right to a private and family life because he moved to the UK with his parents as a child, plus that if he was sent back he would be unlikely to receive medicine which keeps his paranoid schizophrenia under control.
The judgement, was delivered in October but has only just been revealed. This man could be set free next year.
David Cameron hasn't mentioned his proposals for reform of The Human Rights Act recently but cases like this show just how necessary urgent action is required.