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After Being Released From Prison For Gang Rape, Muslim Rapes 12 Year Old Girl #crime #Islam #Muslim #rape #MeToo

A rapist groomed and repeatedly attacked a 12-year-old girl after being freed early from prison for ‘good behaviour’ after he was locked up for a knifepoint gang rape.

Osman Ali, 25, was imprisoned for more than eight yeas in 2012 after he and two other men took it in turns to rape a college student whilst filming the attack.

But he was freed in 2016 after serving just half of his sentence, the Sun reports.

Within months Ali was targeting the 12-year-old after they met through the social media site and he convinced her he was her boyfriend.

The pair arranged illicit liaisons behind her parents’ back who were under the mistaken belief she was having extra school lessons.

Over a seven month period they would meet up at his sister’s house in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, where he would take pictures of the girl in her school uniform before raping her multiple times.

Ali was arrested again by police last May after his latest victim was admitted to hospital when a passer by found her walking in a daze in the street and threatening to harm herself.

She was found to have his mobile phone number written on her arm.

In a statement the girl, now 13, said: ‘I was only 12 at the time and he had me lying to my parents about where I was.

‘He used me and he did terrible things to me that I have had to talk to police officers about.

‘We had to get social workers involved and it may affect me in years to come or when I meet future partners. ‘

At Minshull Street Crown Court Ali, from Rochdale was sent back to jail for 14 and-a-half-years after admitting seven charges of rape.

When freed again, he will be on licence until 2037 under an extended sentence.

He was also ordered to comply with an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order.



Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
March 30th, 2018


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