Oxford Child Rape Gang Will Serve as Low as 5.6 Years in Prison Each

8 Men who drugged & raped girls as young as 13 years old over a 7 year period from 1998 and 2005 have received a combined sentence of 90 years, with the lowest sentence passed of 7.5 years.  In Britain, sentences being served are automatically reduced to 50% with the rest of the sentence being served on parole.

Early release is only avoidable when the judge imposes a minimum that must be served on the sentence which has been pass, which was only applied to one man on this particular case.  On average, the men combined received 11.25 years each, with parole likely to be granted automatically at on average 5.6 years each.

This is not acceptable for the type of crime!

Kamran Khan, aged 36, of Kersington Crescent, was sentenced to a total of eight years’ imprisonment.

Raheem Ahmed, aged 40, of Starwort Path, was sentenced to 12 years in jail.

Assad Hussain, aged 37, of Morrell Avenue, was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum of 12 years’ to be served.

Khalid Hussain, aged 38, of Ashurst Way, was sentenced to a total of 12 years’ imprisonment.

Kameer Iqbal, aged 39, of Dashwood Avenue, was sentenced to a total of 12 years’ imprisonment

Iqbal was found guilty by unanimous verdict on 27 February of two counts of rape

Haji Khan, aged 38, of the Willows, was sentenced to a total of ten years’ imprisonment.

Alladitta Yousaf, aged 48, of Bodley Road, was sentenced to a total of seven and a half years’ imprisonment.

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