Straying from the herd, didn’t he know that that the kuffar are free game, ripe for the picking and plunder?
How will he fare in prison with all the other head-bangers locked up? Raping a Muslim is a capital offence the last time I heard. He won’t last long in a cell laden with other sons of the desert. He should have used the ‘I didn’t know’ excuse, it worked before!
Blackmailer who raped Muslim woman and stole her £10,000 savings after threatening to publish lingerie photos of her is jailed for 17 years
- Daood Hussain, 28, threatened to advertise the woman as a prostitute
- Judge said he treated the victim ‘in a demeaning and degrading fashion’
- Hussain was found guilty of blackmail and 12 charges of rape
By ROB COOPER
PUBLISHED: 15:09 GMT, 16 January 2014 | UPDATED: 15:51 GMT, 16 January 2014
Blackmailer: Daood Hussain, 28, who demanded £10,000 and sex in return for not publishing the lingerie photos
A blackmailer who repeatedly raped a Muslim woman and pocketed her life savings after threatening to publish lingerie photos of her has been jailed for 17 years.
Unemployed electrical engineer Daood Hussain demanded £10,000 from the woman or he would publish the pictures and advertise her as a prostitute.
The 28-year-old was described at Birmingham Crown Court as a man who wanted control and would not take no for an answer.
Judge Peter Carr told Hussain: ‘You treated her, on the evidence that I have heard, in a demeaning and degrading fashion and with complete contempt.
‘The prosecution were right in their submission to the jury in that you were a man who wanted control and you were not going to take no for an answer from her.
‘You also made a demand for £10,000 which she paid.’
The judge said the effects of releasing the photos would be ‘potentially devastating’ on the victim and her family.
Following a trial, Bordesley, Birmingham, was found guilty of blackmail and 12 charges of rape.
As well as the long prison sentence, he was ordered to register as a sex offender for an indefinite period and was banned from contacting the woman or her family on his release.