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Sex attacker who raped schoolgirl then ordered her to say 'thank you', in appeal bid

Birmingham has so many Muslims that it is highly notable how few convictions there are for grooming gangs.

A sex attacker who raped a schoolgirl and then asked her to “say thank you” has failed in a bid to clear his name.

Fesal Aidarus, 19, was handed a six-year jail term at Birmingham Crown Court after jurors convicted him of rape last November.

His victim was a 14-year-old he viciously raped after he and a friend picked her up in 2015.

The pair drove her to an alleyway where Aidarus demanded sex, Lord Justice Davis told London's Appeal Court.
When the weeping girl refused, Aidarus grabbed her arm and pushed her over a car bonnet, raping her.

Later on, prosecutors said Aidarus asked the girl: “Aren’t you going to say thank you”.

Aidarus, of Hill Meads Road, Kings Norton, challenged both his conviction and the length of his sentence today.

His legal team argued the trial judge should have allowed the girl to be questioned about her previous sexual experience.

During his trial, Aidarus claimed he believed the girl was 16 and that the sex was consensual.

“He said she didn’t resist or say no,” said Lord Justice Davis, but it was Aidarus the jury disbelieved.

The trial judge’s decision to bar evidence about the victim’s sexual history was "justified", he ruled.

Also dismissing the sentence challenge, the appeal judge pointed to Aidarus' lack of remorse.

Although he was just 17 at the time, the attack involved an “element of planning and targeting of this victim”, he added.

“This was a squalid and unpleasant case. Six years was maybe severe, but we are not able to say that it was excessive.

“We refuse the appeal,” concluded Lord Justice Davis, who was sitting with two other judges.

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