Muslim rapist Aymen Smaili came to the UK on a visitors visa from the Middle East, had no fixed abode and raped a stranger leaving a Cardiff nightclub. Why oh why are filth like him granted entry visas in the first place allowing them into the country to ruin peoples lives.
Unbelivably the Islamic sexcase even had the nerve to ask his victim for her name and number after raping her.
Aymen Smaili, 35, followed the woman as she left a busy nightclub after a night out with friends.The defendant – who was in Britain on a six month visitors visa from the Middle East – had been loitering outside the Live Lounge in Cardiff city centre and spotted his victim as she left. The woman, who is in her 20s, began walking home alone in the early hours of the morning when Smaili followed and raped her.
Prosecutor David Pugh said: “The victim had drank three shots of vodka before entering the night club and was ‘fairly drunk’ by the time she arrived.”Whilst at the nightclub she drank very little, just one glass of rum and coke and did not finish it.” She and her friends left the nightclub at about 2.30am and they asked if she was okay to walk home alone, to which she replied:’Yes’, as it was only a short walk.”Smaili saw her walk by him and then followed her.”
The court heard Smaili approched the woman after she left the nightclub but she couldn’t understand what he was saying because of his strong Arabic accent.She tried to walk away but Smaili followed her and put his arm over her and pushed her against a wall.
The court heard the woman was “frozen” as he raped her just in a lane off the main Queen Street shopping area in Cardiff in September.The victim statement said that the she was ‘frozen’ because of what he was doing to her, was ‘really scared’, and had ‘tears in her eyes’.After the attack, Smaili asked for her name and phone number, to which the victim gave fake versions of both.
She told police: “This makes me feel dirty, and I don’t feel comfortable in my own skin.”I feel contaminated. I just want to scrub it all away. I don’t feel clean.” Judge Michael Fitton QC said to Smaili: “You waited in my view to see if anyone was going to go with her, and it was about a minute before you moved after her.”At that stage, in my view she was particularly vulnerable.”I give you full credit for your guilty plea, so reduce your sentence to 66 months.”
He pleaded guilty at his first given opportunity in October, which reduced his sentence from eight years and 3 months.Smaili, of no fixed address, must serve half of the sentence before he is eligible for release and must also register on the sex offenders list.