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Swansea man jailed after CCTV operator witnessed rape

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A man has been jailed for more than eight years after a CCTV operator saw him raping a woman.

Turkey Al-Turkey, 26, of Cwm Level Road in Brynhyfryd, Swansea, attacked the woman outside the city's Civic Centre on 18 July.

Swansea Crown Court heard the victim had no recollection of the incident and a date rape drug may have been used.

Al-Turkey, an asylum seeker from Iraq, was sentenced to eight years and eight months after pleading guilty to rape.

The court heard Al-Turkey had been drinking limoncello and vodka with his victim on Swansea's promenade on the night of the attack.

The CCTV operator said he had seen the victim was intoxicated and unable to stand by herself, before he saw the attack take place as she lay motionless.

He used the council's loading bay public address system to shout: "Get off her. She's drunk. I'm calling the police."

Officers arrived at 01:40 BST and were not able to rouse the victim. Al-Turkey told officers she was asleep.

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image captionAl-Turkey was sentenced at Swansea Crown Court

At the police station, she told officers she had no recollection of the events, but was told what the CCTV operator had witnessed after that interview.

Carina Hughes, prosecuting, told the court drugs had not been found in the victim's urine, but some substances, such as Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) are eliminated from the body more quickly, and their presence could not be excluded.

"Due to to her level of unconsciousness on CCTV, the prosecution felt it went over and above what we expected and anticipated from intoxication," she said.  

An alcohol sample measured 62mg of alcohol per 100ml of the victim's blood.

Rape 'killed the carefree version of myself'

A victim impact statement from the woman, who cannot be identified, was read out in court. It said: "What's happened to me cannot be erased and will remain with me for the rest of my life.

"He has killed the spontaneous, joyful, carefree version of myself and only time will tell whether these traits return in full.

"The only positive element all of this is that he has been caught and is now going to be dealt with so that he cannot hurt anyone else."

Another statement, from the CCTV operator, said he was struggling and kept replaying events in his mind.

Ms Hughes said it was "extremely rare" for attacks like this to be captured on CCTV or witnessed.

Judge Paul Thomas told Al-Turkey he had "serious misgivings" about whether the victim's condition was due to alcohol alone.

"She made it perfectly clear to you that she did not want a sexual relationship that evening but you plied her with drink so she became less and less able to stand or even to move unaided" he said.

"You took full advantage of the situation, putting your own sexual needs before any consideration of the impact upon her."

Al-Turkey was sentenced to eight years and eight months in prison and will be on the sex offenders' register for the rest of his life.

Due to his early guilty plea he will be eligible for release after six years.

The court was told Al-Turkey presented himself to the asylum unit in Croydon on the 19 November 2018 when he claimed to have just arrived in the United Kingdom.

Mr Thomas added: "Importantly I fully expect that you will be deported from this country immediately upon your release."

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Bloody suls. I try to avoid them like the plague.

CTV News reports that the eight people in custody first were Dr. Ziyaad Noor, 37; Mohammad Neirabani, 22; Mohammad Zafari, 20; Mahmoud Nirabani, 20; Fadi (Stawi) Chewi, 20; Abdulla Mohammed, 19; a 17-

What is with the downvotes?Had to check whether I was on Sikhsangat or jihad.com. A doctor is a sensitive position that gives him confidential private info on patients backgrounds. Very powerful

https://www.desiblitz.com/content/predator-abducted-woman-raped-her-in-dead-end-road

‘Predator’ abducted Woman & Raped her in Dead-end Road

 

An “opportunistic predator” abducted a woman away from her friends before raping her in a dark dead-end road.

Farhan Akoo, aged 30, of Ilford, was jailed for six years and nine months after he abducted a woman and raped her in a dark dead-end road.

He also stole the victim’s mobile phone so “she had no way of contacting someone for help” prior to the attack.

Inner London Crown Court heard that the horrifying attack took place in the early hours of November 25, 2018.

Akoo forced the woman into his car and drove her away from her friends at speed.

While doing so, he also stole her phone to prevent her from contacting any of her friends or emergency services.

Akoo also “repeatedly assaulted the victim” while he drove around the streets of London.

He eventually stopped the car on an unlit dead-end road and raped her.

At a trial in April 2021, Akoo was convicted of rape, kidnap with intent to commit sexual offences and three counts of sexual assault by penetration.

On September 3, 2021, Akoo was sentenced to six years and nine months in prison.

Detective Inspector Anna Rice, from City of London Police’s Public Protection Unit, described the incident as “appalling”

She said: “I’d like to commend the young victim who bravely came forward and reported these appalling crimes.

“Akoo is an opportunistic predator who took advantage of a vulnerable woman.”

“Akoo led the woman away from her friends and then took away her phone, meaning that she had no way of contacting someone for help.

“The victim has shown incredible bravery and co-operation throughout what must have been a very difficult investigation.

“I hope these sentences provide some form of closure and comfort knowing Akoo will be behind bars and be on the sex offenders register indefinitely.”

In a similar case, two restaurant workers abducted and raped a woman when she offered to pay them to take her home.

Newcastle Crown Court heard that the woman had lost her friend after a night out in Sunderland in 2016. Her phone battery had also died and she could not find a taxi to take her home.

She spotted Syed Ahmed and Najirul Miah parked outside a takeaway in a silver car. The woman believed they might be an unofficial taxi.

It was revealed they were loitering in Sunderland city centre looking to target women.

The woman offered them money for the journey to her home. Ahmed and Miah agreed and let her in the back of the vehicle.

However, they did not take her home. Instead, Ahmed drove to an isolated area and the two men took turns to rape her before abandoning her and driving off.

During the ordeal, the woman was told “you are going to have to do this”, “be a good woman” and “do as we tell you”.

Following their arrests, both men denied the offences which led to three trials taking place.

Despite continuing to deny any wrongdoing, they were convicted.

Ahmed was jailed for 11 years.

Miah was jailed for 12 years.

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Trainee GP jailed for Trying to Meet Girl aged 15

 

A trainee GP from Derby has been jailed for attempting to meet a 15-year-old girl who he had groomed on social media.

 

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Trainee GP Jamil Rehman, aged 35, of Derby, was jailed for 20 months after he tried to meet a 15-year-old girl.

He had contacted the girl on social media, however, he did not realise he was messaging a fake profile set up by a paedophile hunter group.

In April 2019, he travelled four hours from the East Midlands to Carmarthen, Wales, to meet her.

Rehman had also booked a room after making comments to the girl about kissing and hugging.

Upon arriving, he was confronted by two members of the group, who called the police.

The subsequent investigation revealed that Rehman had contacted another 13-year-old girl, implying a meeting.

During his trial, trainee GP Rehman claimed he was “seeking to help vulnerable girls” and he wanted the 15-year-old to be his “tour guide to the beaches of Southwest Wales”.

He also said he had confused the word restaurant with hotel when arranging to meet her.

But in his car, police found orgasm prevention tablets and red roses.

The trainee GP said the pills were for his wife, who is expecting their third child later in 2021.

Rehman was found guilty of attempting to meet a child following grooming.

At Swansea Crown Court, Judge Paul Thomas QC said

“You came to West Wales from the Derby area where you were practising as a doctor.

“You came down here which, on my calculation, is a four-hour journey for one purpose and that purpose was to have full sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl.

“Your intentions were to have sexual intercourse with her.

“You claimed in the course of the trial to be concerned for the welfare of vulnerable girls.

“You did believe them to be vulnerable, which is why you targeted and attempted to groom them.

“As a man who was training to be a general practitioner, you would have known full well the potential impact of what you attempted to do.

“You were a married man, you simply wanted to use these underage girls for sexual purposes. You did lie about your age online and you did so deliberately.”

Judge Thomas said Rehman had made “a series of frankly ludicrous explanations to try and persuade the jury that your motivations weren’t sexual lust but were positively altruistic”.

He said Rehman, a Pakistani citizen on a work visa in the UK, had “clearly targeted” girls he thought were vulnerable.

Judge Thomas said: “As a man who was training to be a general practitioner, who as you revealed at trial had teenage girls as patients, you would have known full well the potential impact of what you intended to do.

“You did not intend any romantic relationship as you were a married man.

Rehman was jailed for 20 months and was placed on the sex offenders’ register for 10 years.

Judge Thomas added: “I cannot conceive of a reason where you will be allowed to continue being a doctor and as such you are unlikely to be allowed to stay.”

After sentencing, Julie Jones, of the CPS, said:

“It is fortunate that Jamil Rehman did not meet any children in this case, but it serves as a stark reminder to everyone of the dangers that children can face on social media.

“The CPS built a strong case against Rehman resulting in the jury convicting him.

“Those convictions mean he is now registered as a sex offender.”

 
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Man who raped woman at pizza shop has shown no remorse, court told

The lawyer for a man who raped a teenager at a pizzeria has told a court why his client lacked judgment when committing the crime.

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A man who raped a teenager at a south Sydney pizzeria had impaired judgment and acted impulsively due to his “deprived and brutalised” childhood in Iraq, his lawyer has told a court.

But the prosecution contended Ricardo Audish’s childhood did not diminish his responsibility for the crime, pointing out the married dad of three had shown no remorse at all.

Audish, 42, was found guilty earlier this year of raping an 18-year-old woman at a pizza restaurant in Lugarno in October 2016.

Prosecutors alleged at trial the woman was raped by Audish and two boys, aged 17 and 15, after she went to the pizzeria with her 17-year-old boyfriend to “have some weed”.

She had consensual sex with her boyfriend in the bathroom, after which he said to her “all the other boys want to have sex with you now”, and she replied “hell no”, the court was told.

The three teenagers have pleaded not guilty to charges over the alleged gang rape and are awaiting trial.

A man who raped a teenager at a south Sydney pizzeria had impaired judgment and acted impulsively, his lawyer said. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gaye Gerard

A man who raped a teenager at a south Sydney pizzeria had impaired judgment and acted impulsively, his lawyer said. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Gaye Gerard

Audish faced a sentence hearing on Friday in the NSW District Court where his barrister, Greg James QC, argued his traumatic childhood in Iraq had left him with PTSD and, in turn, a lack of judgment that lowered his moral culpability for the crime.

Mr James said Audish was not the instigator of events that night and the rape he committed was “opportunistic”.

 

It was in a “completely different ballpark” to a painstakingly planned crime, he said.

Audish was convicted of three counts of sexual intercourse without consent in company, one of the charges relating to his own rape of the woman and the other two over his presence when the woman was allegedly raped by the teenagers.

The barrister said there was no evidence Audish had caused the woman to take an intoxicating substance, and at point he had asked her if she was OK, indicating he was not “callous” towards her.

Crown prosecutor Kate Nightingale hit back at the suggestion the rape was “impulsive”, saying Audish, who was 37 at the time, had the capacity to make reasoned decisions.

She described the woman as so intoxicated she was “unable to stand up properly” before she was assaulted and said the criminal conduct lasted “at least about an hour”.

“The crown would say those were not impulsive acts at all,” Ms Nightingale said. “There was time for reasoned judgments.”

She urged Judge David Arnott to find Audish’s moral culpability was not reduced by his background.

Ricardo Audish arrives at the Downing Centre Court in Sydney. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Joel Carrett

Ricardo Audish arrives at the Downing Centre Court in Sydney. Picture: NCA NewsWire/Joel Carrett

His behaviour on the night as well as his conduct after the fact showed him “engaging in a very detailed course of behaviour”, she said.

Mr James acknowledged there would be “a significant sentence of imprisonment” but said Audish’s commitment to his family and church suggested he had good prospects of rehabilitation.

He argued Audish’s time in custody would be more onerous than the average prisoner due to his background and resulting mental health, his heart condition, and Covid-19 restrictions in prison.

Ms Nightingale said a big part of rehabilitation was remorse and contrition, and Audish had shown none at all.

She said of the victim: “She’s a young woman who has been greatly affected by these offences.”

Audish will be sentenced on August 27.

 

That Barrister should be embarrassed for making that statement in defence

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Man fined £400 for sharing intimate pictures of woman's herpes

 
 
Thu, 14 October 2021, 5:23 pm
 
 
WORCESTER, ENGLAND - AUGUST 28:  General view of Worcester Crown Court where six men and one woman are appearing after being charged for an acid attack on a 3-year-old on August 28, 2018 in Worcester, England. They appear charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm over an acid attack on a three-year-old child on July 21 at Home Bargains on Shrub Hill Retail Park, Tallow Hill, Worcester. (Photo by Anthony Devlin/Getty Images)
 
The man was prosecuted at Worcester Crown Court. (PA)

A man has been fined after sharing pictures of a woman's herpes - believed to be the first revenge porn prosecution for disclosing images of an STI in the UK.

Badr Laabichi sent images to a friend and texted the victim, telling her: "I’m going to ruin your life."

On another occasion, 32-year-old Laabichi also grabbed another woman by the throat in front of a horrified witness.

He admitted disclosing a sexual photo and common assault when he appeared at Worcester Crown Court on Wednesday.

Laabichi, who has already served time on a curfew, was handed a 30-month community order and a three-year restraining order.

He was also ordered to pay the victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, £400 compensation.

The judge said Moroccan-born Laabichi would have his immigration status "reviewed".

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