Yet another Muslim child rapist guilty of a horrific sex crime against a child. The ” foreign student” from Afghanistan punched then raped the child when she returned from school to the house he was lodging at in Hayes. It never ceases to amaze me how many ” foreign students” from backward Muslim nations like Afghanistan and Pakistan keep appearing in the headlines as sexual predators responsible for sicking crimes against women and children. It would be interesting to know the figures of non British nationals ” Muslim students” who are currently residing n the UK. I somehow get the feeling that its being exploited as a backdoor into Britain.
Lodger who raped 12-year-old Hayes schoolgirl jailed for 14 years and will be deported
26 November 2012
A lodger who raped a 12-year-old girl in her London home was today jailed for 14 years.
Ahmed Shirinzoy, 22, was found guilty last month of two counts of raping a child after a trial at Isleworth Crown Court.
The court heard that Shirinzoy, an Afghan national, was lodging at an address in Hayes when his 12-year-old victim arrived home from school.
He approached the girl pretending he wanted to ask to borrow the family’s vacuum cleaner but began making advances before punching her several times and then assaulting her.
The girl managed to escape and raise the alarm after the incident at around 4pm on Tuesday 29 May.
Police were called and Shirinzoy was arrested a short time later at the address.
He was interviewed by detectives but denied the girl’s claims.
Shirinzoy insisted that he had visited a friend who had given him a drink spiked with something which caused him to lose his memory.
Toxicology tests later disproved Shirinzoy’s lies – as did DNA evidence taken from his victim.
A judge today jailed him for 14 years and ordered him to be deported at the end of his sentence.
Detective Constable Lucy Mawdsley, of the Sapphire sex crimes squad, said: “Shirinzoy is quite obviously a predatory sex offender who subjected his victim – a child – to the most horrendous of ordeals.
“I would like to pay tribute to this young girl who was incredibly brave and courageous in reporting the rape to the police and having the strength to give evidence against him.
“I hope that his sentence today gives other victims confidence that Sapphire are here for them, will believe them and will conduct our investigations professionally.
“We want rapists and those committing other sex offences to know that our dedicated teams are committed to ensuring we arrest them – I hope that Shirinzoy’s conviction today helps to reinforce that message.”