A Gambian migrant has been imprisoned forcing his way into an 11-year-old girl’s bedroom and subjecting her to a “horrifying” rape in Bradford, England.
“He made her promise not to tell anyone and if she did, he would kill her,” prosecutor Christine Egerton told the court — but, after the attack was over, she was able to escape the rapist by leaping out of a first-floor window and calling police.
Addressing her attacker directtly in Bradford Crown Court, the girl read out the following victim impact statement:
Kaloga only received a 13-year sentence for his crime, however, and while his defence lawyer said it is “likely” he will be deported after his term — which may not be served in full — the Home Office has a very poor record on executing deportation orders, or even keeping track of migrants, including ex-prisoners, who have been given one.
UK ‘Loses’ 56,000 Migrants Due for Deportation, Including Over 700 Ex-Cons https://t.co/WOHRVImLCE — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) November 3, 2017