After meeting a teen girl through mutual friends, 3 guys took turns raping her and brutally punched her repeatedly in the face when she tried to fight back. However, as soon as they were done with the severely battered girl, they each uttered one horrifying word she’ll never forget.
Fria Tider reports that after severely beating and repeatedly raping a 16-year-old girl, 3 Afghan migrants took turns mocking their sobbing, bleeding victim by saying, “sorry.” The teen was attending an apartment party with a group of friends in Härnösand over Easter weekend when she suddenly realized she had left her cell phone at the complex. After stepping inside to grab her phone, the girl was seized by Bashir, Jafari, and Noor, all of whom claim to refugee “children,” and forced into a bedroom.
The victim testified that because she fought back by hitting, kicking, and screaming for help, the migrants punched her in her face, causing the skin on her forehead to split open. Noor reportedly pulled down the girl’s pants while Bashir and Jafari tore off her shirt. They screamed,
“Shut up or we will kill you!” as they then took turns raping her.
Afterward, the trio handed back her ripped clothing and taunted her by repeating, “Sorry,” as she cried. Under her breath, the girl vowed to report them to the authorities, an action which rarely results in justice for Swedish victims. Fortunately, the judge gave a surprising ruling against these fake refugees.
Bashir was convicted of aggravated rape and minor drug offenses, earning him 2 years in prison. Jafari was convicted of aggravated rape and sentenced to 10 months in juvenile detention. Likewise, Noor was sentenced to 1 year in youth custody for aggravated rape. Although the sentences are undeniably paltry, the judge ordered all 3 rapists to be deported to Afghanistan immediately following their prison stay. According to Sveriges Radio, each migrant must also pay the victim over $17,600 in damages, although it’s unlikely that she’ll ever receive any payment.
Like many criminals in Sweden, these asylum seekers claimed to be “unaccompanied minors” in order to escape justice. All 3 told the court that they were born in 1999, ensuring that they would be tried as minors, which almost always results in milder sentencing. Luckily, the judge at least saw through Bashir’s claims, taking the Swedish Migration Board’s proof that the migrant was actually an adult.