Monday, 11 June 2012

"Rape? Which one?"

When Mahfuzur Rahman was picked up by police for questioning about an allegation of rape his response was not to deny the offence but merely to query, "Rape? Which one?"

He and an accomplice called Abdul Hannan have been convicted at Bolton Crown Court of raping or sexually assaulting four young women in the region after they were picked up and plied with alcohol.

Two of the four victims gave videotaped interviews, in 2009 and 2010 respectively, in which they described being raped by Rahman but criminal investigations were abandoned, leaving the rapist free to strike again.

Bolton Crown Court heard that Rahman went on to prey on a 17-year-old girl living in a children’s home, who he picked up in his car and sexually assaulted in a flat after giving her vodka.

In June 2010 a 19-year-old woman was taken to a flat in Rochdale where she was plied with vodka before Rahman raped her while she pleaded for him to stop.

In September last year, a 20-year-old woman was driven around Rochdale by Rahman and two other men, who got her drunk on vodka before she was raped at a flat by Hannan. (Link).

Even the prosecutor is now referring to this as an "Asian" problem. (Which it isn't - it's a muslim problem. Yes, they are Asian, but that is not the problem.)

However there is new term in circulation: Paedostani. I think we can agree these monsters are Paedostani. (Or "Pedostani" if you're an American.)

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