Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Austria: Child rapist who tried to overturn his conviction sees sentence increased

(Wien) Last November, Amir, a 20-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker on a trip to the local swimming pool, decided to rape a 10-year-old boy because he was suffering from a sexual emergency due to the fact he hadn't had sex for 4 months. Due to his penchant for raping little boys, Amir received a 6-year prison sentence.

Well, being the low life that he is (and no doubt supported by ethical latte drinking liberals), he felt he had been treated unjustly, and thus he put in an appeal this October on the basis that he didn't know that the child was saying 'No' when he raped him. (Really?)

It appears that Amir, being a child rapist that he is, didn't get the result he wanted when his 6-year term was extended by a year by the court today. His lawyer asked for a period of 3 days in which to allow Amir to put in another appeal.

And we wonder why so many asylum seekers come to the West where their intolerant behaviour is defended by the laws of the land.