He’d raped another 12-year-old back in 2018, and was rewarded with 21 months in a Swedish prison-hotel for doing so.
So why not repeat the offense and get the same thing again?
A Somali migrant man, 40, was charged yesterday with raping a 12-year-old girl on Wednesday — the second time he has been charged with assaulting young girls.
The Somali has been in Sweden since 2005 and was granted Swedish citizenship in 2014, and court records indicate that he is a translator, according to a report by Nyheter Idag.
On June 25, 2018, the same man had been convicted of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl. In April 2017, he met the girl at a bus stop and asked her to help him find a lost key. When the girl declined, he threatened her with a knife and brought her into a basement, telling her he would kill her if she didn’t keep quiet and taking her mobile phone, which he then destroyed. The Somali then forced the girl to undress and molested her while wearing plastic gloves.
The Somali was sentenced to one year and nine months’ in prison for that offence, and had only recently been released.