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Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Thornbury attacker will be deported after serving sentence, court rules

Thornbury attacker will be deported after serving sentence, court rules
Thornbury attacker will be deported after serving sentence, court rules

Thornbury attacker will be deported after serving sentence, court rules

A MAN has been jailed for ten years for raping a 12-year-old girl after “the devil got to him”.
Kamran Ahmed, a Pakistani national, had married a British woman and been in the UK fewer than six months when he violated the child.
Ahmed, 27, of Rushton Road, Thornbury, Bradford, will be deported after serving his prison sentence, the Recorder of Bradford, Judge Roger Thomas QC, told him.
Ahmed pleaded guilty on the day of his trial to raping the girl after pulling off her clothing and telling her: “I have to do this.”
He had previously told her she was pretty, touched her indecently and tried to kiss her, prosecutor Tom Storey told Bradford Crown Court yesterday.
Ahmed said no-one would believe her because she was a child and he was an adult.
The girl’s school work deteriorated and she told a teacher she had been “assaulted in a dirty way”.
The man confessed the crime to his wife, saying “the devil had got to him,” Mr Storey said.
Ahmed’s barrister, Mohammed Ramzan, said the man had also destroyed his own life.
“The case has had a devastating effect and he is extremely ashamed of his conduct and what he has done,” he said.
“He will be deported back to Pakistan after serving his sentence and he will take the shame with him.”
Mr Ramzan conceded that the girl will carry the “torture” with her for the rest of her life.
Judge Thomas said Ahmed had been in the UK only a few months when he began making sexual advances to the girl.
He had then forcibly raped her.



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