Skip to comments.Oxford exploitation trial: Man 'prepared girl for gang rape' (Religion of Pieces)
Posted on 02/25/2013 3:51:14 PM PST by Dallas59
A teenager has told the Old Bailey a man carried out a brutal sexual assault to "prepare" her to be gang-raped.
The girl, who was 12 at the time, said Mohammed Karrar used sex toys and numbing cream used by dentists during the incident at an Oxford flat.
Sobbing during her evidence, she said five or six men then came to the flat and all raped her on the kitchen table.
Mr Karrar is one of nine men who deny a total of 51 offences including rape and trafficking from 2004 to 2012.
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Why was this 12 year old girl allowed to be in this man’s sole custody in a place not her home? Someone is culpable of criminal negligence.
I am guessing this girl will be tried and executed by a sharia court?
So she was seeing this animal? He didn’t just grab her off the street? How did this happen when she was 12 and he was in his 30s? Where were her parents?
I wonder if these koranimals will get off lightly like the ones who raped some teen girls and then forcibly pimped them to other koranimals. The judge, as I recall, said the savages, because of their background did not realize that the girls were below the age of consent in Great Britain.
Not long ago another judge over there let to muz girls off on a charge of assaulting another girl because their muz culture made them unaccustomed to being drunk. Seems judges over there, like judges over here, are on the whole nothing but a bunch of black-robed cockroaches.
Oh, yes, I remember that case. As I recall, two mohammedan girls gave a particularly vicious beating to the victim.
Yeah, apparently many of their judges and many of ours are happy to flush our Western culture’s moral standards down the drain.
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