Another Muslim sex offender getting a pathetically soft sentence. This country has a biased 2 tier justice system which favours Muslim criminals. 16 months imprisonment for sexually attacking a vulnerable woman walking home is a joke for such a sordid crime. Even more so for somebody with past sex convictions and described as a sexual predator in pre sentencing reports. He will be back on the streets in 8 months and no doubt re-offending.
Wollescote man jailed after “obscene” sex attack on vulnerable victim
8:30am Wednesday 20th November 2013 in Local
A WOLLESCOTE man who carried out a frightening sex attack on a vulnerable 42-year-old woman making her way home after a night out with friends has been jailed for 16 months.
The offence in Lye was a “particularly obscene and unpleasant sexual assault” Judge Mark Eades at Wolverhampton Crown Court said because at the time 23-year-old Mohammed Aqeel had been a registered sex offender.
The judge said it was clear Aqeel saw the woman and got out of his car, proving there was a “degree of premeditation”.
He added: “For her it must have been truly frightening. She had little idea how it was going to end. You were gratifying an urge and you did not give a toss about the effects of what you did to her.”
The judge said a probation report described Aqeel as being a sexual predator who posed a risk to vulnerable women and it was a “troubling case.”
Aqeel, of Wassell Road, admitted sexual assault and was further told by the Judge he must now register as a Sex Offender for five years.
The court was told Aqeel, who had been cautioned by police for an earlier sexual offence, approached his victim in Providence Street in the early hours as she was walking home.
He carried out the sex attack before driving away from the scene but was traced by police through DNA testing and arrested.
Gurdeep Garcha, defending, said Aqeel had been smoking cannabis before the incident and that had impaired his memory of the events.
He added: “By pleading guilty he has spared the victim the trauma of having to give evidence. He is deeply sorry for his actions.
“He knows what he did was utterly wrong and totally unnacceptable and he accepts it must have been very frightening for this woman.”