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British Jail is a Five Star Retreat for Romanian Rapist…….

Living it up on video games
and three squares a day

Ali Majlat: To rape and get caught is my goal

H/T: Reinhard

Rape victim who suffered so Romanian could be
sent to ‘cushy’ British prison relives her ordeal

Louise took three days to tell her boyfriend what had happened. She desperately wanted his support, but thought he’d be disgusted by her. ‘I worried he’d never be able to look at me the same way again,’ she says quietly. ‘I thought he’d think it was my fault.’

Shame stopped Louise telling her parents, too. So on the evening she was violently raped, robbed and half-strangled, this 21-year-old went home alone, cried, bathed and tried to shake off the lingering horror of the brutal attack. It was the disgust she felt towards herself that convinced her how other people would react.

Thankfully, she couldn’t have been more wrong. When they found out, her family and friends reacted with sympathy and support. Everyone was appalled by the hideous assault. Everyone, that is, except for the perpetrator, Ali Majlat. He was absolutely delighted. Now he would get exactly what he wanted: a lengthy custodial sentence in a British prison.

For, in a twist that cannot fail to spark shock and outrage, Majlat, 35, had travelled all the way from his native Romania with that one goal in mind. The inspiration for this staggering act of calculated brutality? His older brother, Dominic, who had written to him from HMP Wakefield, West Yorkshire, saying how much he was enjoying his stay.

Dominic had boasted of having not only his own TV, but a wealth of computer games, food, bed and free English lessons – a sad indictment of how our jails are viewed as cushy throughout the world.

For Ali, poverty-stricken and illiterate, such a place sounded glorious. He hatched a plan to commit a jail-worthy offence and hopped on a bus to Britain. His choice of crime was easy – after all, it was a charge of rape and attempted murder that had bestowed on his brother a lifetime of free lodgings and luxury extras.

And the obvious location was Wakefield, from where Majlat assumed he would be taken to live with Dominic. It would be like the orphanage they grew up in together, only with perks.

4 Responses

  1. When will you, westerners, grow up and learn that not every romanian citizen is a Romanian. Ali Majlat? You must be fuckin’ kiddin me. Learn to distinguish a ROMANIAN (white europeans) from the rest. Does he look WHITE to you?

    “Ali” and “Majlat” are NOT Romanian names. It’s like calling and Englishman “Abdullah al Rashid”. That’s how Romanian Ali Majlat is. With all due respect, the guy is a gipsy so stop “romanian”-izing him.

  2. I have no way of knowing whether or not he is in fact a Gypsie, but even if he is, Gypsies born in Finland are called Finns, why not in Romania?

  3. yes, cool. A Romanian. i dont agree with imperialistu’s tone but maybe on the next bomb attack in the UK or another European country I won’t think of the terrorists as pakistanis muslim, or afghans muslim or anything muslim, but as british or french.
    how does this sound like: “a dutchman from Rotterdam, Ahmed Whateverhmed blew himself up in central Helsinky taking the lives of 2 cats, a mouse and 10 flies”?

    ok, its not completely not worth noting that he comes from Romania, but look at his name: Ali. Maybe about “Majlat” people cant really tell what kind of name it is, but Ali is probably the name of the guy that convinced JC to throw all these people under the bus.

  4. What a sickening story. What IS the Western World going to do about the Third World. If our leaders would only protect our countries so our populations wouldn’t have to suffer.

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