Monday, August 14, 2006

Another Triumph For The Probation 'Service'

He held teenagers captive and drugged them before forcing them to work in his brothel.

He was convicted on 15 charges including indecent assault, abduction, false imprisonment, supplying drugs and procuring.

15 years.

I appeal !

OK, 12 years. Released after eight.

He was released early from his 12-year sentence a month ago, but disappeared six days ago from the address where he was required to live.

South Wales Police say Musleh as "dangerous" and are warning the public he should not be approached.

Huzzah for British justice !

And huzzah for the BBCs reporting !

Farhan Musleh is described as of dark European origin, 5ft 9in (1.7m) tall, of medium build, with brown eyes and black receding hair. He has several gold crowns on his teeth.

Gold crowns ? Not stereotyping, are you ?

The sex offender is originally from the Gabalfa area of Cardiff.

Must be some new definition of the word 'original'.

Over at the weblog of the National Association of Probation Officers, they're concentrating on more important things, like the Middle East crisis.


AntiCitizenOne said...

"Gabalfa area of Cardiff" an area of largely benefit addicts.

Anonymous said...

I just can't believe someone can get such a low sentence for such an horrific crime as forcing under age girls into sex slavery.

I would have give him 40 years minium.

Tim said...

He served 8 years out of a 12 year sentence. This means that he did not get parole but was released at the last possible moment. The Probation Service had nothing to do with when this man was released; it is set down in law.

I'm not arguing with the idea that the sentence wasn't long enough, but please get your facts straight.