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Gambian migrant sentenced to just 13 years for the savage rape of an 11-year-old girl

A military-aged migrant man from Gambia has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for forcing his way into an 11-year-old girl’s room and subjecting her to a savage rape in Bradford, England.

According to a report by the Telegraph and Argus, 31-year-old Haji Kologa put hands around the little girl’s neck and said, “Who’s the man?” before he threw her to the ground, dragged her into another room, and carried out what judge Andrew Haslam QC described as a “quite horrifying sexual assault”. 

“He made her promise not to tell anyone and if she did, he would kill her,” prosecutor Christine Egerton said. 

After the prolonged rape, the little girl was able to escape the rapist by jumping out of a first-floor window.

At first, the victim was too frightened to get into the police vehicle, but after she was taken to the station she told officers what Kaloga had done to her, and DNA evidence which linked him to the rape was collected.

 

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