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Sunday, 5 July 2009

Elderly Woman Sexually Assaulted in Leicester

A 79 year old woman has been left afraid to go outside after being sexually assaulted in the street:

The elderly victim was approached by a man in Upper Tichborne Street, Highfields, Leicester, before he tried to grab her.

After the victim told the man that she was going to call the police he ran off into the nearby Warrington Court flats.

The incident happened between 2.30pm and 3pm on Monday, June 29.

The man is described as Asian, about 50, of a medium build, clean shaven and had short, red hair that was combed back.

The case has echoes of one which occurred in Manchester in early June, in which a male described as 'Asian' sexually assaulted a 73 year old woman:

A WOMAN of 73 was followed home and sexually assaulted by a man.

She was walking along the canal towpath off Ashton Old Road, Openshaw at 5pm on June 4.

A man approached her and started talking to her. He walked along with her and sexually assaulted her in her home.

Detective Inspector Trish Owen said: “The victim was put through a terrible ordeal and this man must be caught.

“While incidents like this are rare, we ask people to be vigilant and walk in groups where possible.

“The man befriended the victim at a busy time of day so it is likely that people passed or saw them as they walked.”

The man is described as Asian, slim with short, dark hair.

The descriptions are erroneous; generally speaking such a case involves a Muslim male, not a Hindu or a Sikh.

Another case comes from Staffordshire. In January, a man pretending to be a doctor sexually assaulted an 82 year old woman:

BOGUS doctor Yaqub Hussain sexually assaulted an 82-year-old widow in her own home while "examining" her.

The 25-year-old managed to get hold of the pensioner's phone number and called to arrange to visit her bungalow in the south of Stoke-on-Trent on January 8 last year.

The city's crown court heard yesterday how the elderly woman suffers from deep vein thrombosis, angina, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease – for which she requires oxygen and has several tanks – and depression.

Hussain called her on four occasions before he arrived, telling her he would take her some medication.

Prosecutor Robert Price said: "He kept saying, 'I will be with you soon, lovely, do not worry, I am on my way'.

"When she opened the door, he said he was the doctor. She thought he was genuine.

"He asked if he could wash his hands. He put his hands on her forehead and felt her pulse on her wrist. He felt her chest over her clothing and said she possibly had an infection. He asked her to lift up her top."

Mr Price said the woman did what Hussain asked as "he was really convincing".

It was when Hussain inappropriately touched the pensioner when he claimed to be examining her abdomen that she realised he was a conman.

Mr Price added: "She became frightened and started to panic. She jumped off the settee and demanded he showed some identification. He said he would go and get it and left."

The distressed woman called her daughter and the police were soon alerted.

The court heard the elderly victim is now frightened to answer her phone or front door and is too scared to go out on her own.

Hussain, of Thorpe Road, Walsall, pleaded guilty to sexual assault.

His counsel, Talbir Singh, said it was a repugnant piece of behaviour but said Hussain, a married father-of-one, was not mentally unstable and has not offended in this way before.

He said the shame of the offence will outlive any sentence and argued Hussain was not a dangerous offender.

But Judge Paul Glenn said Hussain displayed little empathy for his victim and classed him as dangerous.

"This is an appalling case," said the judge. "You deliberately targeted an elderly victim. It would be difficult to pick a much more vulnerable victim.

"It was planned and predatory behaviour."

He sentenced Hussain to an indeterminate sentence. He must serve a minimum of two years and three months before he can be considered for release, but the judge said the actual term he would serve would be significantly longer.

Planned and predatory behaviour indeed - towards not only the infidel's women, but the most vulnerable members of his society.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Islam's arrogant sense of entitlement is one of its most repulsive characteristics. Muslims believe that Allah has given them mastery and unearned ownership of the entire earth, and every person and thing on it.

This, more than any other factor, is why Muslims are such whingeing demanding spongers where they are in the minority, and so vicious and openly predatory in areas where they have become the majority.