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Dr Manish Shah Charged With 118 Sex Offences Yet Still Gets Bail

Charged with a total 118 sexual offences including sexual assault against a child under 13 years old. Yet still makes bail until his next court date. What a joke!!!

 

An Indian-origin doctor in London, United Kingdom was on Wednesday charged with a total 118 sexual offences. The man has been identified by the London Metropolitan Police as 47-year-old Manish Shah from Brunel Close, Romford in east London.

The charges against him include one count of sexual assault on a child under age of 13 years. According to a press release by the Metropolitan Police, the other allegations against him include 65 counts of assault by penetration and 52 counts of other sexual assaults.

According to the BBC, Dr Manish Shah has been released on bail and is scheduled to appear in court on August 31 at Barkingside Magistrates Court in London.

“Manish Shah has been charged with 65 assaults by penetration, contrary to Section 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003, 52 sexual assaults, contrary to Section 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and 1 sexual assault on a child under 13 years, contrary to Section 7 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003,” the Met Police said in a statement today.

“The NHS (National Health Service) has a dedicated number for any individuals who may have concerns or questions. They can be contacted on 0800 011 4253,” the Met Police said.

The offences are alleged to have occurred between June 2004 and July 2013 and relate to 54 victims.

The charges announced today follow a long-running investigation into Shah, who has been bailed several times after first being arrested in 2013.

3 Muslims Found Guilty Of Raping Vulnerable Young Woman In Ilford

Three more Islamic sex cases found guilty of raping a vulnerable young female. As daft as these 3 stooges look, when it comes to preying on the weak and spotting an easy target. They are well on the ball like so many other Muslim sexual predators. Its amazing how many of the Muslim  perverts who commit rape jihad attacks in groups like those featured here turn out to be Brothers. Noncing must be hereditary due to years of inbreeding within ‘religion of peace’ families.

Naeem AhmedHassan Raza

Nabeel Ahmed

THREE men who raped and assaulted a vulnerable young woman have been convicted at Snaresbrook Crown Court.

The woman, who was 18-years-old at the time, was targeted by Nabeel Ahmed, of Chadwell Heath Lane, Romford, when he saw her distressed after an argument with her friend in the street.

Ahmed followed her in his car and offered her a lift to Chadwell Heath train station, but instead took her to collect his friend Naeem Ahmed, of Westminster Gardens, Barking.

The victim wanted to go to a friend’s home to stay the night but they took her to another address in Ilford, where she was introduced to Hassan Raza.

The victim was left to sleep in a bedroom but in the early hours the following morning Naeem Ahmed and Nabeel Ahmed raped her. When they left, Raza came in and pretended to feel sorry for the woman before sexually assaulting her.

Once able to leave, the victim reported the matter to the Metropolitan Police who began an investigation, working with her to identify the men.

On 13 December 2012 detectives from the Trafficking and Prostitution Unit (TPU) arrested the men.

The men were accused of a number of offences against six people, including two girls in Essex County Council care.

On Friday, 19 July at Snaresbrook Crown Court, 25-year-old car salesman Naeem Ahmed was found guilty of three counts of rape; mechanic Nabeel Ahmed, 24, was found guilty of one count of rape and 23-year-old Hassan Raza, of Westminster Gardens, Barking was found guilty of one count of sexual assault.

The judge told the men to expect lengthy prison sentences.

Jameel Ahmed, 25, of Dagenham, was acquitted by the jury and Anas Mis Iqbal, 25, from East Ham, will be retried after the jury failed to reach a verdict.

Detective Chief Inspector Nick Sumner of the MPS TPU said: “Nabeel Ahmed saw a woman who was vulnerable. He befriended her, took her to his friends and they sexually abused her.

“Reliving and giving evidence about rape is a difficult and emotionally draining experience for any victim, so those who have the bravery to report it and provide evidence should be commended.

“I urge all victims of rape to report the matter to police, who have specially trained officers ready to provide them with the sensitive support that they need.”

Victims of rape or those concerned about someone who may have been raped can also find advice and support at: http://www.mydecision.co.uk – a step-by-step guide for anyone who has or knows someone who has been raped or sexually assaulted.

 

Date published: 22/07/2013 10:47:46

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