Well it seems that in the British justice system, muslims can expect to get reduced sentences and NO jailtime if they whine, cry and beg the teenage victim to not testify OR strum violin strings whilst using their drunkeness as a reason for sexual perversion.
The first incident is the most egregious. A young 17 year old girl was sitting, minding her own business, waiting for a bus. Another male was also at the bus stop. Muslim Shazad Rahman sat down next to the girl and proceed to sexually attack her.The terrified teenager tried to fend him off but he carried out a sexual attack while the cowardly witness turned a blind eye and refused to help. Rahman has multiple past offences - including prior sexual attacks, drunk driving, shoplifting, assault, etc and has spent time in jail. So what does the idiotic judge do? - While voicing outloud his opinion that Rahman should go to jail - the judge immediately changes his mind:
"Judge Anthony Hammond told him: "You deserve to go to prison for this offence. The only question is, `Do I suspend the sentence?' At the end of the day I have decided to suspend it."
He also handed Rahman a two-year supervision order. "
What caused the change? Why is a man, with a long history of criminal behavior, given such a lenient sentence for such a serious assault? " Well - Rahman had "consumed far too much alcohol" and had been involved in a fight with his ex-girlfriend's brother, the court was told. So being drunk and upset is an excuse for repeat sexual assault in the UK??!! Sounds like more pandering to muslims --- who by the way -- are not supposed to consume alcohol.
The second incidence involves the abduction of a 15 year old girl by muslim Mahmoud Miah - who pled guilty to the charges. Undoubtedly this serious offense should lead to jail time but the "28 year old man sought out his victim, dropped to his knees, cried, begged and physically shook saying he would do anything for the girl so that she would drop the charges - using the excuse that his mother was ill. He also offered her money for a taxi. Again, one would think that jail time might be in order?? BUT
"Judge Mushtaq Khokar, sentencing, called the matter a "very serious offence", and said that normally a custodial sentence would be given. However, he had considered the circumstances and agreed with the defence that "no threat was made".
He told Miah he would spare him jail and added: "I am sure that these proceedings would be difficult for your family."
Yes, I'm sure being the perpetrator of an abduction of a young girl is very difficult for poor Mahmoud and his family.
So the lesson to be learned by muslim defendants is - whining, crying, and drunkeness are legitimate reasons, for British judges, to not incarcerate sexual molesters and abductors. Having a muslim judge doesn't seem to hurt either.