Dog chases off sex attacker.

Posted: March 16, 2010 in Law & Disorder

A dog chased off illegal immigrant who was indecently assaulting woman in a park.

IlieTwo-year-old Rottweiler Jake was on his usual evening walk with owner Liz Maxted-Bluck, 49, when he heard screaming from a dense woodland and ran to investigate. He found Esmahil Adhami, 18, molesting a woman he had dragged into the undergrowth.

The dog lunged at the illegal immigrant and chased him away, then circled the victim ‘like a guard dog’ until the police arrived. Jake, a former rescue dog, has now been commended for his actions by a judge who jailed Iranian-born Adhami for four years after he was convicted of sexual assault.

Sentencing at Warwick Crown Court, Judge Christopher Hodson said: ‘I have not the slightest doubt that if that dog had not come bounding up, worse would have happened to that lady.’

The court heard how Jake and Mrs Maxted-Bluck were enjoying an evening walk on Hearsall Common, Coventry, West Midlands, at 6pm on July 1 last year when his ears suddenly pricked up.

Eight months before this sex attacker was brought to court, unbelievable!

Just minutes earlier Adhami had chosen his victim, a woman aged in her 20s, while cycling through the park. He dropped his bike and flashed at her before dragging her into the bushes.

Rhona Campbell, prosecuting, said: ‘The woman saw Adhemi cycling towards her and carried on walking after they passed.
‘She turned round and saw that Adhami had dismounted his bike and exposed himself. ‘Not thinking there would be a problem because he looked so young, she kept walking. ‘But he chased after her, grabbed her and sexually assaulted her.’

Police caught Adhami hours later and discovered he was in the country illegally after a failed asylum application.

The court heard that just weeks before the attack in the park, Adhami had been arrested by police after he groped a 13-year-old girl, but was released on bail. How come he wasn’t identified and detained as a failed asylum seeker on that occasion?

He was jailed for four years when he was sentenced for both attacks on Friday.

Judge Hodson said: ‘You had made unwanted approaches to a girl aged 13 in a public place. ‘You went on to commit a very serious offence indeed. It was a bad sexual assault as one can imagine.’ If it was just the incident in the park, the court may have been minded to impose a community sentence, but the Hearsall Common one was a different category.’

Adhami was also placed on the sex offenders register for life, banned from having contact with girls under 16 and told he was likely to be deported upon his release from prison. Deported, don’t make me laugh! If the present trend of police arresting people who defend themselves and their property against criminals is anything to go by I’m surprised Jake wasn’t put down under the Dangerous Dog Act!

  1. Deported..? probably against the Human Rights Act……….what sort of a sick joke set up we have in this country!

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