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Low Sentences for Muslim Gang That Raped Woman at Gunpoint Behind Mosque, in Alley, and Her Own Home

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Horrific and repeated rape garnered only 15 years of prison dawah, jihad recruitment and five times daily prayer and halal meals. He may not serve the full 15 years behind bars, either, as it is standard practice to release criminals from custody automatically halfway through their prison terms in most cases — meaning Ahmed could be free in seven years or less.

Ahmed’s unnamed co-rapist was sentenced to only six years, meaning who could potentially be released in three years or less, when he will not even be out of his teens.

Low Sentences for ‘Twisted Tag Team’ Who Raped Woman at Gunpoint Behind Mosque, in Alley, and Her Own Home

Two teenagers acted as a “twisted tag team”, raping a woman at her home, behind a mosque and in an alleyway at gunpoint in what police called a “disgusting, heartless attack”.

By Virginia Hale, Breitbart, February 18, 2018:

In March last year Aquib Ahmed and a 16-year-old who cannot be named for legal reasons broke into the Sheffield home of a man and his daughter, looking for drugs and threatening them with a handgun.

After realising they had targeted the ‘wrong’ house, as its occupants had no drugs or criminal connections and leaving,  South Yorkshire Police said the pair returned to the three days later “purely for their own sexual gratification, where they threatened the man and his daughter at gunpoint before they each raped the young woman repeatedly.”

Sheffield Crown Court heard how the young woman and her father were at home when there was a knock at one of the windows in the early hours of April 1 before Ahmed burst into the property.

Jason Pitter QC said the defendant, then aged 18, pointed a gun at the victim’s father, ordering him to go to his bedroom. After he complied, Ahmed held a gun to the woman’s forehead and raped her.

Judge Peter Kelson QC said: “After she was raped by you, you then, effectively, marched her to your co-defendant who was waiting behind the mosque.”

The Sheffield Star reports that Ahmed then left the scene, and his co-accused proceeded to rape the woman behind the mosque before taking her to an alleyway next to a nearby takeaway, where he raped her again.

“When he was finished with her, he told her to walk home … however her ordeal was not yet concluded, Ahmed was at her home waiting for her,” Mr Pitter told the court.

Ahmed then raped the woman again, and before leaving, told her: “Don’t tell the police, because if you do, we will be back to blow your heads off.”

Sheffield Crown Court heard the traumatic attack led to the victim suffering from anxiety and depression, quitting her job and moving house, in a victim impact statement where she explained the attack left her unable to trust men and ruined her relationship with her father.

“I don’t feel there’s a place for in this world anymore, I don’t feel there’s a place for me anywhere,” the young woman said, adding: “I feel like my whole life will be affected by this ordeal.

“I will try my hardest to move on, but I will never forget what those two monsters did to me.”

Sentencing Ahmed, Judge Kelson explained he treated cautions on the defendant’s record — which include sexual assault, and threats to kidnap and rape a young girl — as aggravating factors.

However, he sentenced the rapist to only 15 years, with another 5 years on license. He may not serve the full 15 years behind bars, either, as it is standard practice to release criminals from custody automatically halfway through their prison terms in most cases — meaning Ahmed could be free in seven years or less.

(This is what happened in the case of child groomer Mubarek Ali, who was sentenced to 14 years with a further eight years in licence, in theory, but released after only five.)

Ahmed’s unnamed co-rapist was sentenced to only six years, meaning who could potentially be released in three years or less, when he will not even be out of his teens.

The Sheffield Star applied to at least lift the reporting restrictions on the 16-year-old’s identity, given the seriousness of his crime and the potentially grave threat he could pose to the public, but Judge Kelson refused.

South Yorkshire Police seemed ecstatic with the sentences, however, announcing somewhat misleadingly that the teens had been sentenced to “over 25 years” — combined, inclusive of time which will not actually be spent in custody —  and crowing “What a result!”

When pressed, Detective Superintendent Una Jenning would not say whether she would appeal to the Attorney-General’s Office to appeal for longer terms under the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme — it seems unlikely — although any member of the public who feels the sentences are inadequate can do so online.

 

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