According to the court documents, the 20-year-old defendant, Zohari, was charged with ra-ing an underage girl. The defendant probably thought he had a “get out of jail free” card and while he was sitting in front of an American judge, facing the charges of se-ually and physically assaulting a 17-year-old girl, his lawyer told the court that his client did not understand the culture of this country when it came to adults having se* with children. To add insult to injury, Zohari was released on bail for the charges related to his abuses of the 17-year-old victim. While he was a free man on bail, he got two other underage girls drunk and se-ually assaulted them. These victims were ages thirteen and fourteen, making them well under the legal age of consent.
At first, he told the justice system that he came from Morocco but later changed his story, claiming to hail from Syria. “He perhaps did not understand the culture of this country,” argued his attorney Pegg, who defended him in court. Fortunately, Judge Lockhart did not accept such an excuse for someone committing se* crimes against children. The judge made it very clear through his statement to Pegg and Zohari that the se-ual predator would not be able to get away with claiming ignorance of American culture and customs because attacking little girls is a crime all over the world.
“Behavior of this nature is abhorred in virtually every civilized country on this earth,” said Judge Lockhart. “I am driven to conclude you are dangerous,” Lockhart added while sentencing Zohari to prison and ordering him to register as a se* offender for the rest of his life. “I can see no end to the danger you pose.” As a result of his se* crimes, Zohari will be spending the next twelve years and nine months of his life behind bars. Most people who heard about his punishment were glad that he was facing serious prison time for what he did to the little girls.
“Why does he have to register as a se* offender for life?” wrote one Daily Mail reader. “Surely, he is not going to remain here after he has served his sentence. In fact, what is he doing here now? It is high time we had a reciprocal deportation law with all other countries. If people living here commit crimes, they should be sentenced and then returned to their country of origin to serve their sentence and vice versa.” “Home Office say they will consider deportation give me strength!” wrote another. “This should be automatic – the vile specimen of a member of the human race has by his voluntary actions taken himself beyond the protection and for the safety of everyone else must be deported – no ifs or buts. I see an asylum claim being lodged…and at our expense.” Dear readers, we are republishing this story amid recent reports that suggest many US states are recording record highs in se-ual assault incidents.