Imran Khan, aged 36, and Zhaid Mohmmed, aged 45, from Halliwell, Bolton are both on trial at Preston Crown Court charged with rape and false imprisonment of two 14 year old girls who they had picked up in their car.
It is about time schoolgirls were taught in school the dangers of accepting lifts off Muslims. They always will want something in return which will most likely be sexual favours.
Blackburn ‘rape victim had injuries’
1:00pm Thursday 20th March 2014 in News
A TEENAGE girl allegedly raped after being picked up in a car by two men and taken to a Blackburn house had injuries including bruises and scratches, a court heard.
The 15-year-old accused Imran Khan, 36, of attacking her in an upstairs bedroom at a house in Chester Street after she and her friend, aged 14, got into a Honda Civic, driven by another man, in the town centre.
The court had previously heard that Khan and Zhaid Mohmmed, 45, refused to let the youngsters leave the house and ‘took advantage of them sexually’.
The jury was told yesterday that when the alleged rape victim was examined by doctors, she was unable to explain how she got the marks. She also had no injuries in the genital area, the court heard.
Robert Golinski, prosecuting, said the lack of injuries on that part of the body did not mean she had not been raped.
He said: “There have been a number of studies concerning victims of rape and I think the general consensus from those is that in proven cases of rape, the likelihood of injury occurring to the female genitals is between 15 and 20per cent.
“It follows from that, that four out of five victims of rape do not have any genital injuries at all.” Dr Joanne Curran, who examined the teenager, said: “That is correct.”
Charles Kayne, defending Khan, of Tenby Close, Black-burn, said the girl had played football and slept rough in a park for a period of time after the alleged rape.
He asked the doctor: “It is a matter of comm-on sense that activities like football and running about and kicking a ball could give rise to bruising that you are completely unaware of?”
“It is possible,” said Dr Curran.
Khan denies rape, and two counts of detaining a child without lawful authority.
The jury also heard the police interview of Mohmmed, of Boardman Street, Bolton. He is accused of sexual activity with the 14-year-old girl in the kitchen, while Khan was ups-tairs, which he denies.
He has also pleaded not guilty to two counts of detaining a child without lawful authority.
Reading from Mohmmed’s interview, Mr Golinski said: “Did you (Mohmmed) at any stage try it on with her?”
A CID officer, reading Mohmmed’s answer, said: “Absolutely not”.
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Men ‘took advantage’ of teenage girls after picking them up in street
8:50am Tuesday 18th March 2014 in News
TWO men picked up two teenage girls off the street, took them to ahouse and raped one of them, a court heard.
A jury was told that Imran Khan, aged 36, and Zhaid Mohmmed, aged 45, from Halliwell, refused to let the girls, who were 14 and 15, leave the house in Chester Street, Blackburn, and “took advantage of them sexually”.
Robert Golinski, prosecuting, told Preston Crown Court that the girls said they had told the men how old they were while in a silver Honda, which was being driven by Mohmmed, of Tenby Close, Blackburn.
He said: “This is a case involving the sexual exploitation of young and vulnerable girls by much older men.”
The jury was told the defendants stopped and asked the alleged victims if they wanted a lift as they walked in Blackburn late at night.
Mr Golinski said the girls had told police that the men spoke to each other “in their own language” so they could not understand what was being said.
But the men did tell the complainants to keep their heads down in the car in case they were seen by the police, the jury heard.
Mr Golinski said: “They knew it would be seen as being totally inappropriate for those young girls to be in a vehicle with two men at that time of night.”
The girls where not taken where they asked to go, but were instead driven to the property in Chester Street.
The prosecutor said: “The girls were making it clear to the men that they wanted to leave but they were refused.
“They were offered drink and drugs.
“The girls were then separated by the two men, each of the taking one of the girls.
“The prosecution say this was a deliberate policy by the defendants to get each of the girls alone.”
The 14-year-old girl was then assaulted by Mohmmed, of Boardman Street, Halliwell, the court was told.
It was alleged the other, who was 15, was then raped in an upstairs bedroom by Khan.
The court was told that his DNA was later found in the girl’s underwear, which she had thrown away because she “felt dirty”.
Khan denies one count of rape and two of detaining a child without lawful authority.
He told police the girls had said they were 17 and 18 and that any sexual activity had been consensual, the court heard.
Mohmmed denies two counts of detaining a child without lawful authority and two of sexual activity with a female under 16.
When he was interviewed, he said the girls had told them they were 16 and 17.
Mr O’Brien told the court: “The prosecution say that the notion that these two young girls had quite freely gone to an adult male strangers house where one of the had had consensual sexual intercourse with a man and that they have then gone on to make false allegations is nonsense.”
The trial continues