Rape Jihad :No Jail For Somali Asylum Seeker Guilty Of Sex Attack

Somalian asylum seeker Abukar Jimale came to the UK claiming he was the victim of persecution in his lawless homeland. Britain took him in providing him and his four children with a place to live, free healthcare and education. Things he could only of dreamt about if he was still back in Somalia. 

But making the most of the opportunity given to him at the taxpayers expense was to difficult.  Preferring to behave in the ways of those in his uncivilized backward homeland. You can take the man out of the Islamic hellhole but you cant take the Islamic hellhole out of the man.

Molesting females may be the norm back in Somalia but it certainly is not here. Although  given the pathetically lenient suspended sentence for a sex crime it wouldn’t surprise me if it did become the normal thing here once his fellow Muslim deviants get to hear they can avoid prison if caught for such crimes.

Asylum seeker taxi driver walks free after sex assault in back of cab

AN ASYLUM seeker taxi driver who sexually assaulted a female passenger as he drove her across Bristol has walked free after a judge handed him a suspended sentence.

Father-of-four Abukar Jimale, 46, who sought asylum in the UK after fleeing war-torn Somalia more than a decade ago, groped the victim in the back of his cab after she refused an invitation to go back to his flat.

The court heard how Jimale picked up the woman at 2am and offered to drive her to Bristol Temple Meads station.

But he drove past the station and instead stopped the car by the side of the road and assaulted her.

He forcibly kissed the woman before making her touch his crotch inside and outside of his trousers, the court was told.

He was found guilty of sexual assault and causing a person to engage in sexual activity without her consent on January 16, but had his two-year sentence suspended for two years.

The defending counsel said that Jimale, who left Somalia in 2001 because he was being persecuted, was a hard-working father who had lost his job and good name as a result of the offences.

He was also ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid work, given a two-year supervision order and made the subject of a sexual harm prevention order.

He was convicted by a Bristol crown court jury last month and appeared for sentence yesterday at Gloucester crown court.

Recorder Peter Towler told the defendant: “You were a private hire taxi-driver and should only have accepted pre-booked fares but you picked up this vulnerable woman who had been drinking and proceeded to assault her.

“When she managed to get out of your car she photographed your number plate with her mobile phone and reported you to the police.

“This was a clear breach of trust.”

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