Just like the prophet of Islam who he was named after. Cardiff resident Mohammed Amin was a sexual deviant of the worst nature with an unhealthy twisted interest in pre-teenage girls. The Muslim paedophile knew full well that his behaviour was wrong having previously been jailed for sexual activity with the same child. He served his 6 month sentence and was released where he immediately resumed his sick pursuit of the child.
Sending filth like this to prison is a waste of time. It acts as no deterrent and they return to the streets showing no remorse or realising the error of their ways. The only solution is treat them like the wild animals they are. Give them a needle and put them down like you would do a dog with rabies
Mohammed Amin sentenced to 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court for rape and sexual activity with a child
Mohammed Amin was sentenced to 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court
A rapist who took advantage of an 11-year-old girl and seduced her by throwing notes through her bedroom window has been jailed.
Mohammed Amin, 27, was sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday after pleading guilty to raping his young victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
The court heard how Amin was jailed for six months last year for sexual activity with the same girl but this was on the basis he had kissed her and had inappropriately contacted her on Facebook .
The truth was he had coerced his victim, who was aged 11 and 12 at the time of abuse, into a sexual relationship which lasted around 18 months, the court heard.
The abuse came to light after the girl confided in a member of staff at her school.
Relationship was inappropriate
Prosecutor Ieuan Bennett said the girl was interviewed by police and said she and Amin had become “boyfriend and girlfriend”.
He added: “It appears the defendant realised the relationship was inappropriate because he told her not to tell anybody else about the it as he might go to prison.
“She explained they would sometimes go in his car to Cardiff Bay for a day out and she would go to his flat almost every day.
“It seems the kissing started almost on the first day of them becoming friends.
“He wrote her notes and threw them up through her bedroom window. One said ‘Will you go out with me?’.”
Lied about age
Amin initially lied about his age, saying he was 22-years-old, but later admitted to being 26-years-old.
The girl told him she was 14 but she later admitted to being 11-years-old early on in the relationship. She said Amin’s response was: “I don’t care”.
The girl’s mother called the police after she saw Amin and her daughter through his bedroom window.
When asked by police why she didn’t tell them sooner about the more serious accusations, the girl said she didn’t want Amin to go to jail but over time she had come to realise the effect the relationship had had on her.
When he was arrested during his initial prison sentence, Amin denied anything other than kissing the girl on the lips.
He later pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault against a child under 13, two counts of rape of a child under 13, two counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, and one count of sexual assault of a child under 13 by penetration.
Defence barrister Susan Ferrier said her client had accepted his guilt which prevented the case from going to trial.
She added: “Perhaps it took some time to have full comprehension about what was taking place and why it was taking place.
“It was a relationship the defendant stopped and a relationship the defendant regrets.”
Broke into sobs
Amin broke into sobs as Record Jeremy Jenkins sentenced him.
The judge said: “You took advantage of a young complainant and bombarded her with notes and letters.
“You knew or must have been aware of her age and vulnerability. She was half your age.
“You have taken away her childhood and her innocence.”
Amin, of Bedford Street, Roath , Cardiff , was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.
He was also made subject of a sexual harm prevention order until further notice and was ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.
Detective Inspector Dinlle Francis, of South Wales Police , said: “This sentence sends out a clear message, sexual exploitation is an abhorrent crime and we are committed to working with our partner agencies and families to prevent and tackle sexual exploitation in all its forms.
“I want to thank the victim in this case for their bravery in coming forward.
“It is because of their courage that this man has been found guilty of serious sexual offences against children and potential victims are now safe from him.”