Monday, 29 October 2012

Sikh "Holy Men" Rapists In Scotland.

TWO Sikh holy men raped a prostitute after she ignored their demands for sex.
Gurnam Singh, 30, and Sukhdev Singh, 36, stalked their 26-year-old victim before pouncing on her in a doorway close to the Arches nightclub in Glasgow city centre.
The vice girl was saved by a cyclist who spotted the men dragging her by the wrists after her ordeal.
The Singhs had only been in Scotland a few days, having moved to a Sikh temple in the city’s Pollokshields in April.
They denied the attack during a trial at the High Court in Glasgow, but they were convicted by a jury and face lengthy jail terms.
Their victim recalled how she was approached by the pair near the Clydeside.
She said they tried to kiss her but she insisted she was not “working” before walking off.
As she waited at a nearby bus stop, they returned to pester her. She told the jury: “I kept saying
I was still not interested and just to leave me alone. I was annoyed and scared.”
She decided to head towards Glasgow Central train station, hoping police would be there.
But the pair– described as priests in court – pursued her and finally trapped her in Midland Street.
She said: “They tried to talk to me and kiss me. I said ‘no’ again. They were getting more annoyed. They were then pushing me into a doorway where no one could see.
“I knew what was going to happen. I was crying and saying, ‘Stop, just let me go’.
“I was struggling and trying to get away. The River Clyde was down the way I was being taken and I thought I was going to be thrown in.”
Both men denied the rape allegation. Gurnham claimed the woman had stolen money from them after agreeing to have sex.
Married Sukhdev said he was not aware what was happening in the doorway as he had his back turned.
The duo – originally from India – had come to Scotland to work as priests in the Sikh temple at
St Andrews Drive, Glasgow.
They had briefly stayed in England after arriving in the UK, before moving north just days before the attack.
Sukhdev was residing in the country illegally as his visa expired last year.
Lord Pentland remanded the pair and will sentence them next month.
He told them: “Due to the gravity of these crimes, it is inevitable that I will impose a substantial period of imprisonment on you both.”
Victim's double ordeal
THE rapists’ victim was forced to relive her ordeal twice in court – due to a bungling interpreter.
The original trial at the High Court in Glasgow had to be halted after several days when a Punjabi-speaking juror raised concerns about a translator.
Evidence was not being relayed correctly, forcing the case to be abandoned.
It meant the woman – who had already testified – had to return to the witness box.
One source: “The interpreter had been hired to do a job, but failed. It was fortunate that there was a juror who spoke the language and realised what was happening.”


She is a victim of multiculturalism. Had she joined the edl or bfp or bnp she would not have been a prostitute and would have been safe. White men of Scotland, protect your Women!

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