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Wednesday, 25 August 2010

The terrifying moment when a Nigerian immigrant rapist dragged his English victim off the street

Left: Nigerian immigrant Samson Bello, 23 drags off his victim in London.

It is open season on white British people nowadays in Britain.

Whether it is schools kids getting beaten up by packs of Muslims, or young British women getting raped by immigrants from Africa, it is scary out there.

Who will stand up?

The Daily Mail reports - Gripping his intended victim so she has no chance of escape, a would-be rapist forces the woman off the street with terrifying strength.

The 18-year-old had been out with friends when she was seized by the powerfully built man and dragged along 'like an animal'.

She was pulled into a side street and forced to the ground - but thankfully a passer-by heard her cries and came to the rescue.

Her attacker, schizophrenic Samson Bello, 23, committed two other sex attacks on women within hours of this.

The Nigerian-born predator, who came to Britain ten years ago, was sentenced this week at Southwark Crown Court in London. He will be detained indefinitely under the Mental Health Act.

He pleaded guilty to four charges - three attempted rapes and one count of kidnapping with intent to commit a sexual offence.

The harrowing images of the attack, which took place near King's Cross in Central London, were released yesterday as it emerged that detectives tracked Bello to his home using CCTV.

Yard chiefs say the case proves the value of surveillance cameras.

The court heard Bello pounced on his first victim on March 29 and attacked another three - including this woman - two days later.

He lurked in darkened alleys waiting for them to approach. Read more

Trail of images: Bello on a 149 night bus after the attack on the 18-year-old near King's Cross


Wolfblood 26 August 2010 at 12:17  

Never forget. Never forgive ....

Anonymous 28 August 2010 at 14:41  

Thanks for commenting

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