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    Quote Originally Posted by velvet View Post
    Goes as planned...

    Here "resettlement" is openly admitted:
    IOM Ethiopia

    It happened!��
    In FIRST EVER @UNmigration international chartered flight from #Ethiopia, 154 #refugees departed from Addis Ababa to Kassel #Germany under the German #Resettlement program. A second flight is scheduled to depart mid-November with another 220 refugees.
    But when rightists say it, it's a conspiracy theory.

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    Man (30s) jailed for eight years for 'violent, forceful rape' of woman in Limerick, IRELAND.

    A CONGOLESE MAN has been jailed for eight years for the “violent forceful rape” of a woman.

    Erick Mukoko (32) committed the offence after the woman refused a kiss from him at a flat where she had been socialising with a friend after a night out. Mukoko, formerly of Thomas Street, Limerick, pleaded guilty at the Central Criminal Court to rape at a location in the city in May 2017. He has no previous convictions.

    Mr Justice Michael White described the offence as a “very serious violent forceful rape” and noted the impact on the victim had been devastating. He said the woman had been a “social visitor” to the flat with nothing of any sexual nature involved.

    He took into account in mitigation Mukoko’s guilty plea. Mr Justice White imposed eight years imprisonment. He said he did not feel it was appropriate to suspend any portion but ordered two years post release supervision if he remains in Ireland.

    The woman outlined to the court in her victim impact statement that she suffers anxiety, depression and panic attacks on a daily basis and had tried to take her own life following the rape. She said she had also taken alcohol to black out what happened. She finds it hard to trust people or socialise. “I am not going to allow what he did to control my life any more,” she said, describing how she had the support of her family and hoped to get back to the person she had been before the attack.

    Garda Aoibheann Prenderville told Ann Marie Lawlor SC, prosecuting, that Mukoko was not known to the woman. She had been out socialising with others with whom she had gone to a flat in the city. During the evening the woman ended up alone in the sitting room with Mukoko and this is where the rape occurred. The woman said she was shouting, saying no and fighting to close her legs. She said she was bleeding afterwards and went to wake up her friend in a state of high distress.

    Gardaí identified Mukoko as a suspect and he denied the allegations or knowing the woman during interview. The woman informally identified Mukoko as the perpetrator to gardai after he declined a formal identification process.

    A swab of semen taken from the woman matched a DNA profile from Mukoko.

    Gda Prenderville agreed with defence counsel that there had been “great fun and laughing” at the apartment prior to the rape. The garda agreed with counsel that Mukoko had asked the woman for a kiss and when she said no, then “the non-consensual and disgraceful sexual act” occurred.

    She agreed Mukoko was then asked to leave the apartment, that he apologised before he left and later made Facebook communication with the woman to say he should not have done what he did.

    Defence counsel submitted to the court there had been alcohol taken and there may have been a “misreading of signals.” Counsel said Mukoko’s father had died under unexplained circumstances in prison in Congo and the family had to move.

    Mukoko had been in Ireland for eight months at the time of the offence, having come to Ireland through his brother’s visa and asking leave to remain on the basis of reunifying families. Counsel asked the court to take into account his client’s acknowledgement of guilt which saved the woman from having to given evidence during a trial.

    Merely collateral damage for those making a fortune from the asylum racket

    Rape should involve an automatic deportation upon release

    So unbelievable, really can’t say here what I think of this country now, but as our leader said before, they are a benefit to us all.

    I’ll not be too surprised if this gentleman is allowed to stay after his 5 or 6 years in jail…

    Man (30s) jailed for eight years for 'violent, forceful rape' of woman in Limerick

    21 X 2019.

    This article says little about the offender’s nationality or how he is contributing to 'enrich' society.

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