The following two articles translated by Gary Fouse describe legal action taken against culture-enrichers in Sweden and France. The crimes committed by the various “youths” share some similarities, and the punishments imposed on the perpetrators in both cases are roughly the same.
By European standards, the courts threw the book at the offenders. By American standards, the mischievous youngsters got off with a slap on the wrist.
Prison for torture of Swedish boys in a cemetery
January 7, 2021
[Photo caption: Mohamed Amin El Hani, 18 and Ali Janai Asl, 21 get mild punishment]
Over the course of a night, two immigrant men beat, threatened, raped and tortured two young Swedish boys in a cemetery. The boys’ injuries were extensive and their tormenters’ sadism stands out, even among the increasing number of “humiliation robberies” that are directed at ethnic Swedes. Now the two men, Mohamed Amin El Hani, 18, and Ali Jahani Asl, 21, have been sentenced to prison for 5½ years and 9 years respectively for a long list of charges.
The second article is from the French regional daily Paris-Normandie. The perpetrator’s name is not mentioned, so I can’t give you a Mohammed Coefficient for this one:
Sentenced to eight years in prison for the rape of a young man in Rouen
January 7, 2021
A man has been sentenced by the criminal court of Seine-Maritime for raping a young man in an apartment in Rouen.
At the beginning of the week, a man of Afghan origin was sentenced by the criminal court of Seine-Maritime to eight years in prison for raping a young man, aged 19 at the time of the crime, in June 2019 in Rouen. The court also imposed a definitive ban from French territory against him. The prosecutor had requested twelve years’ imprisonment with sex crime registration.
He denies the facts
The complainant had passed the accused on the street when the accused invited him to his home for a drink. The accused then locked him in against his will for several hours before raping him in his room. From the window of the room where he was being held, the victim cried for help. The man finally freed him. The perpetrator of the crime denied the acts during two days of hearings that were conducted behind closed doors. He claimed that the sexual contact was consensual.
“This act has had important psychological consequences for my client,” the civil lawyer for the victim, Clemence Rousselet, commented soberly.