The infamous nonwhite invader child rapist-refugee who was jailed after raping a boy at an Austrian swimming pool in December 2015, after claiming that it was a “sexual emergency,” has had his sentence overturned because it was claimed that the court had not done enough to ascertain “whether or not the rapist had realized the child was saying no.”
The travesty of justice took place past week in a Vienna court, and saw the invader, who claims to be a 20-year-old Iraqi, Amir A., have his sentence of six years’ imprisonment lifted, and ordered to a “re-execution” of the proceedings.
The nonwhite criminal, who had been provided with a helper and translator who was supposedly teaching him how to “integrate” into life in Vienna, was arrested at the Theresienbad pool in December 2015.
At the pool, the invader dragged the schoolboy, aged ten, into the changing rooms where he locked the door and violently sexually assaulted him, leaving him in need of urgent treatment at a local children’s hospital. The boy is still plagued by massive post-traumatic stress disorder.
The ten-year-old had told a lifeguard he had been attacked, and he informed the police. After the rape, the invader went back to the swimming pool and was enjoying himself on the diving board when police turned up.
He confessed to the rape, saying he knew it was wrong but did it anyway because it was a “sexual emergency” as he had not had sex for four months “because his wife was still in Iraq.”
He was found guilty of serious sexual assault and rape of a minor and was sentenced to six years in jail.
As reported at the time, the police kept news of the shocking attack secret for fear of “inciting xenophobia” and were only forced to reveal news of the incident when the nonwhite appeared in court several weeks later.
In the latest twist, Supreme Court President Thomas Philipp said that while the verdict was “watertight” with regard to the serious sexual abuse of a juvenile, the first court should have ascertained whether the offender had thought that the victim agreed to the sexual act and whether Amir A. had the intention to act against the will of the boy.
The rape case therefore must go back before the regional court. According to Austrian law, the sentence was also lifted.
At the same time, the twisted “legal system” has seen an Austrian policeman sentenced to a nine-month suspended jail term because he allegedly jokingly greeted a car driver from Hungary at a police road block with the words “Heil Hitler.”
Although the policeman denied even uttering the words, the claim of a fellow police officer was accepted as the truth, and he was convicted of “re-engagement with National Socialism” which carries a ten-year jail sentence in that country.
Thus the liberal legal system in Austria: invader child-rapists can have their sentences overturned, while a native Austrian can be convicted for allegedly making a joke.