I have written MANY blogs about muslim men raping British women (and children) and one thread very often links them all - the muslim rapist/criminal claims and/or sees himself as the victim. Why not? - as this defense frequently works with British judges who swallow the excuses and are soft of muslim criminals.
You be the judge:
A teenager meets a man at a nightclub. The teenage woman insists she does not want intimacy but agrees to go with a man - who then drives her to "an address" to talk . While they were sitting on the couch - the man makes unwanted advances. The teen says to stop. The man then forces the woman to commit a "sex act" on him (also known as RAPE) and then proceeds to rape her another two times. During the course of his raping the woman - he repeatedly bites her causing her bleeding wounds and to lose a significant amount of blood (3 pints)- the man only stops the rape when he realized the severity of her injuries and the heavy loss of blood. The woman seeks medical attention-on her own- and recounts her rape to the staff. She says that she experienced the "WORST PAIN" during the attack.
First the man says that the young woman made sexual advances to him and they were "unsuccessful" - he tells how he was "disgusted" by the sight of the blood. Then his story changed saying that he is the victim - that the woman raped him and he never bit her. He is the victim.
So who do you believe? Did the teen rape the man? Did she cause the bite marks and wounds that led to her losing approximately 1/3 of the total blood in her body? Was the accused muslim rapist, Abas Hassan, really the victim?
Article in full:
Abas Hassan's alleged victim lost more than three pints of blood from injuries suffered in the attack, a jury at Bristol Crown Court was told yesterday.
But when arrested, the 23-year-old man told police she forced herself on him and it was he who was the rape victim.
Hassan, of High Street, Easton, denies three counts of rape in November last year.
Paul Grumbar, prosecuting, told the jury the 18-year-old woman met Hassan in a Weston-super-Mare nightclub and, although she stressed she didn't want intimacy, he drove her to an address "just to talk".
When they were on a sofa for what she thought would be a chat, Hassan's mood changed, the court heard.
Mr Grumbar said: "According to (the complainant) he turned into a completely different person. He kissed her and said 'come on, take your clothes off'.
"When she said she just wanted to talk he said they could talk in a bit."
The jury was told Hassan took his clothes off, and then the complainant's, and forced her to commit a sex act on him.
Though she repeatedly said she was not in the mood, said Mr Grumbar, Hassan then forced himself on her twice.
Mr Grumbar said during the assault Hassan bit the woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, on her face. The jury heard he only stopped when he realised the woman was injured and losing blood.
After Hassan left the scene the woman was able to get a lift to the accident and emergency department of Weston General Hospital.
Mr Grumbar said she made an immediate complaint of rape on the journey and recounted what had happened to her to medical staff.
Numerous cuts were detected on her body, Mr Grumbar said, and she was estimated to have lost 1.5 litres (three pints) of blood.
The jury heard that when Hassan was arrested at his Easton home he told police the woman was keen to have sex, they weren't successful, and he was "disgusted" when he realised she was injured.
Contradicting her account, he said she was the one who had started intimacy.
Hassan denied biting her and told police he was the one saying "stop", not her.
Mr Grumbar told the court: "He said: 'She was trying to rape me, not me raping her. She started the sex and now I'm here for all the wrong reasons… She wasn't crying out in pain, not at all. She raped me; it was not me raping her, if you look at it fairly'."
The case continues at Bristol Crown Court.