Posted on 15-06-2017
To add insult to injury, he is now appealing the community order
Source: FriaTider online magazine.
Note due to translation some of the grammar may be confusing.
"16-year-old Ali was convicted in February of child rape after he printed up a 13 year old girl against a wall at Toleredsskolan in Gothenburg and forced her to oral sex. The crime took place in July, 2016.
During police interrogation, the girl has told me that Ali was weird and nagged that he wanted to have sex. He pushed her against a wall and tried to pull down her pants several times. She says that she pulled up his pants and told him she was not interested. Then he invited her to instead give him a blowjob until he arrived - otherwise she would not have come from there, explained Ali and pulled down his pants and underwear.
Ali then pressed down her head against his penis and raped her between 20 to 30 minutes. During the rape, he took out his mobile phone and filmed the assault, prompting the girl to ask him to put it away. Everything ended after Ali's friend Mohammed arrived at the scene.
After the rape, Ali according to the judgment spread the film to other people "who began to speak ill of" girl. Despite this, Ali has not been convicted of either child pornography or defamation.
Ali occurs earlier criminal record. He was sentenced in June 2016 for violations of the Radiation Protection Act to youth, after he pointed the laser pointer toward a person who was 100 meters from Ali's home and was hit in the eye in two to three seconds. The person who was hit by the laser received no compensation. But according to the judgment, Ali knew that the laser pointer was dangerous.
Gothenburg District Court in February sentenced Ali to youth and youth service of 40 hours for child rape. He must also pay 14,000 kronor, of which SEK 8960 jointly with his parents in damages to the girl.
Documents Free Times noted the shows that Ali and his two parents have appealed to the Court of Appeal for Western Sweden."
Posted on 25-06-2017
The activist says his wife and he were being harassed and he only acted in self defence.
Posted on 23-06-2017
A blind veteran has launched a heartbreaking appeal for the return of his war medals