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Rapist refugee gets 17 years

A sudanese refugee who embarked on a three-day rape spree and sliced an elderly woman's throat will serve at least the next 17 years in jail.
Hakeem Hakeem, 21, was yesterday sentenced to 24 years' jail, with a non-parole period of 17 years, for a string of depraved sexual attacks in Melbourne's southeast in March 2005.
The Supreme Court heard that, just one month after arriving in Australia, Hakeem set out on a drug and alcohol-fuelled campaign of terror on the streets of Dandenong.
After chroming and injecting amphetamines, Hakeem and an associate entered a derelict Scout hall on March 10, 2005, dragged a 16-year-old girl to a toilet and repeatedly raped her.
A day later, Hakeem broke into the home of a 63-year-old woman and punched her head and face repeatedly, before biting her and raping her at knifepoint.
As he fled the woman's house with cash and credit cards, Hakeem turned to his victim, who lay bleeding and temporarily blinded on the floor, and said: "Sorry, mum; sorry, mum."
The woman spent more than a week in hospital recovering from fractures to her eye socket, nose and cheek that she suffered in the savage beating.
Justice Murray Kellam said the attack was "beyond the comprehension of any decent person.
"The depravity of your sexual attack upon a woman to whom you had just inflicted serious injury is contemptible."
In his final attack, on March 12, Hakeem entered a building next to the Dandenong Scout hall and forced his way into a room where he confronted a girl and boy, both 16.
Hakeem punched both of them in the face before slicing the girl's clothes off with a razor blade.
He then forced the 16-year-old boy to take off his clothes and made the pair have sex.
Hakeem then raped the girl four times before the pair managed to flee through parkland.
Justice Kellam noted in his sentencing that Hakeem had endured a violent and unstable childhood in Sudan and Egypt and been forced to leave his girlfriend and infant son behind in Egypt.
"It does not explain why, having come to the safety of this county, you within weeks so defiled and abused innocent people who had done you no harm," Justice Kellam said.
"You found your victims in their own private spaces and imposed your sexual lust on them. The violent and debauched way in which you vilified and degraded your victims is reprehensible in the extreme."
Hakeem, who has already served 682 days in prison on remand, will remain behind bars for at least the next 15 years.


www.heraldsun.com.au (31-1-2007)
Brendan Roberts
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/rapist-refugee-gets-17-years/story-e6frf7kx-1111112915864




Man jailed for 24 years over 'frightening' rapes

A repeat rapist who subjected a 63-year-old woman and three teenagers to "violent and frightening attacks" has been jailed for 24 years.
Hakeem Hakeem, 21, the father of a two-year-old boy, showed no emotion when sentenced.
Justice Murray Kellam said in the Supreme Court that Hakeem's victims suffered violence and sexual depravity in three attacks over three days.
The woman, who was imprisoned, punched, slashed and raped in her home on March 11, 2005, spent 11 days in hospital.
One girl, 16, was raped by Hakeem and an unknown male on March 10.
On March 12, a teenage girl and boy were forced to have sex with each other after being subjected to threats and violence. Hakeem also raped the girl.
Justice Kellam fixed a 17-year minimum jail term for Hakeem. The Adult Parole Board would decide if Hakeem was eligible for conditional release when the non-parole period ended.
Hakeem was found guilty of raping and falsely imprisoning his first teenage victim.
He pleaded guilty to charges related to the assault of the woman. They included rape, attempted rape, intentionally causing serious injury, aggravated burglary, false imprisonment and armed robbery.
He also pleaded guilty to five rape charges and two of intentionally causing injury regarding the March 12 offences against the boy and girl, both 16 at the time.
Justice Kellam described the crimes as horrific, violent and debauched.
He said they took place about a month after Hakeem arrived in Australia as a refugee from Sudan.
He acknowledged Hakeem's youth and the violence that he, family members and a friend had suffered in Sudan and Egypt.
But he said Hakeem's background did not explain why "having come to the safety of this country, you within weeks so defiled innocent people who had done you no harm and wished you no ill".


www.theage.com.au (31-1-2007)
Peter Gregory
http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/man-jailed-for-24-years-over-frightening-rapes/2007/01/30/1169919337173.html




Rapist jailed for 24 years

A young rapist who attacked a 63-year-old woman and three teenagers in three days has been jailed for 24 years.
Hakeem Hakeem, 21, the father of a two-year-old boy, blinked, but showed no emotion when Justice Murray Kellam imposed sentence.
Justice Kellam said in the Supreme Court that Hakeem attacked his victims in violent and frightening circumstances.
One girl was raped by Hakeem and an unknown male assailant, and a teenage girl and boy were forced to have sex with each other after being subjected to threats and violence.
Hakeem also raped the girl in that incident.
The day before his last attack, Hakeem imprisoned, punched, slashed and raped the woman in her home, saying "Sorry Mum" to her before fleeing.
Justice Kellam fixed a 17-year minimum jail term for Hakeem, who would face a lifetime of reporting to authorities under the Sex Offenders Registration Act.
He said it would be up to the Adult Parole Board whether Hakeem was given conditional release after his minimum term ended. Hakeem has served about 22 months in pre-sentence detention.
Hakeem was found guilty of raping and falsely imprisoning a girl 16, who was attacked in a scout hall at Dandenong on March 10, 2005.
He pleaded guilty to charges related to the assault on the woman on March 11. They included rape, attempted rape, intentionally causing serious injury, aggravated burglary, false imprisonment and armed robbery.
He also pleaded guilty to five rape charges and two of intentionally causing injury regarding the March 12 offences against the boy and girl, both 16 at the time.
Justice Kellam said the crimes, which he described as horrific, violent and debauched, took place about a month after Hakeem arrived in Australia as a refugee from Sudan.
He acknowledged Hakeem's youth, and the violence that he, family members and a friend had suffered in Sudan and Egypt.
But he said Hakeem's background did not explain why "having come to the safety of this country, you within weeks so defiled innocent people who had done you no harm, and wished you no ill."
During pre-sentence submissions, Justice Kellam was told that scientific analysis of material from each of the three crime scenes matched Hakeem's DNA profile.
On March 10, the teenager was hit with cardboard tubing, bitten on the mouth, threatened with a piece of wood and was being choked.
Prosecutor Michele Williams, SC, said during the earlier hearing that the 63-year-old begged Hakeem repeatedly during the March 11 attack to take her to hospital. She said Hakeem hit the woman with a flurry of punches, bit her and eventually raped her, despite her struggles. He also slashed her throat twice with a knife he found in the premises.
The woman was in hospital for 11 days after the attack, and had injuries including a fractured eye socket, cheekbone and nose, multiple bruising, throat cuts and a stab wound to the back.
Ms Williams said Hakeem, in the March 12 offences, punched both teenagers, and used a razor blade to cut off the girl's clothing. Hakeem threatened both young people with the razor blade, and hit both with a half-brick.
He forced the girl to perform oral sex on the boy, then alternated between having sex with her, and forcing the boy to have sex with her. Ms Williams said the teenagers participated through fear.
Friends of the girl eventually came to the building and confronted Hakeem, allowing the two victims to escape.


www.theage.com.au (30-1-2007)
Peter Gregory
http://www.theage.com.au/news/national/debauched-rapist-jailed-for-24-years/2007/01/30/1169919325370.html






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