Sex Abuser jailed for Rape and Assault of Girl under 13 years-old

Ansar Mahmood, a sex abuser, has been sentenced to 15 years in jail after a court found him guilty of rape and sexual assault against a girl under the age of 13-year-old.

Sex Abuser jailed for Rape and Assault of Girl under 13 years-old

“When boys speak to me it makes me feel that all they want is sex’’

Sex abuser, Ansar Mahmood appeared at Bradford Crown Court on Wednesday 7th March 2018 and was sentenced to 15 years in prison, after he was found guilty of multiple counts of rape and sexual assault against a girl under the age of 13.

The judge revealed that the 37-year-old man, had, in fact, forced himself on the girl in the back seat of his car and offered the young girl money to keep her silent.

The victim bravely spoke out in court, she said: “I have found it hard to make new friends. It has had an impact on my learning.’’

“When boys speak to me it makes me feel that all they want is sex. I think no one will ever really care for me, I don’t have any confidence. I’m trying to get back all the things he has taken away from me.’’

She told the court that the assault left her feeling angry and her life has now completely changed. She added:

“I think of him walking around without a care while I am trapped in my thoughts, trapped in my memories.’’

Recorder, Anthony Hawks described the young girl as a remarkable person, for her bravery to speak out on her horrific ordeal.

It was revealed that, Mahmood had no previous convictions and was deemed a “hard worker’’

The court expressed to Mahmood, through a Punjabi interpreter:

“You sought to secure her silence with offers of money. When you were arrested you denied the offences, as you did throughout your trial and you have continued to allege that she lied about you. You have shown no remorse or acceptance of your behaviour.’’

Although the judge sentenced sex abuser Mahmood to 15 years in prison, he is eligible for parole after 10 years and once released, he will be deported.

According to Telegraph & Argus: Detective Constable Emma Cheshire, of the Bradford District Safeguarding Unit, thanked the victim for her “courage.” She said:

“I also hope it will encourage other victims who have not yet come forward to engage with our officers. They will investigate every report sensitively and thoroughly to identify perpetrators and bring them to justice.”

A spokesperson for NSPCC said: “As the court heard from the victim’s incredibly brave testimony, Mahmood subjected her to years of horrific abuse.’’

“It is only through her courage in disclosing the sex abusers depraved actions and giving evidence at trial that he has been brought to justice and is now behind bars.’’

Child abuse leaves devastating and long-lasting effects on survivors’ lives. It is essential that in this case, the victim receives the support she needs, while we hope that Mahmood’s conviction will encourage other survivors of sex abuse to come forward.

Mehrunnisa is a politics and media graduate. She loves to be creative and unique. She is always open to learning new things. Her motto is: "Chase the dream, not the competition."


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