‘Predatory’ rapist gets 15 years in prison for Poole sexual assault



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A rapist who stalked his victim as she walked alone at night before sexually assaulting her has been considered a dangerous offender and has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Hasan Kyoybasha, 30 and of Ashley Road, Poole, was found guilty of rape and sexual assault following a trial at Bournemouth Crown Court.

The court heard that he “bullied, harassed and followed” the victim, despite making it clear that she was not interested and that he should leave.

Judge Jonathan Fuller QC said statements from the woman showed that the sexual assault in Branksome had had an “extreme impact” on her. He also said she was vulnerable when Kyoybasha carried out the violations.

He concluded that the accused posed a significant risk to members of the public of serious harm from further offenses and ordered an extended sentence.

Judge Fuller, QC, said: “He clearly went looking for sex that night and his actions show that his targets were single women and he, despite the victim’s rejections, remained in her company for the purpose, the hope, the expectation that he would have sex with her.

“His maneuvering on his bicycle shows that he was, as the prosecution says, stalking and his actions during that period, cunning and his planning.”

Kyoybasha was sentenced to 15 years in prison with an extended license period of four years.

The defendant was convicted by the Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday, April 8.

He is not eligible for parole board release until he has served two-thirds of his prison sentence.

The court learned at the hearing on April 8 that the victim was on a night out with a friend in the Triangle area of ​​Bournemouth when she left alone.

She was “worse with wear and tear”, with cameras showing her confused journey leading to her being in Westbourne when the friend’s house she was staying with was in Boscombe.

The defendant, who worked in a kebab shop, had been out alone in the early hours of Cameo in the center of Bournemouth on September 5 last year.

He left the club shortly before 4 a.m. and returned to his house on his bicycle.

After his apparent approach to another woman walking alone was rejected, he came across the victim by accident.

Judge Fuller said she made it “clear from the start” that she was not interested in his approaches.

Bournemouth Echo: CCTV played in court showed defendant following victim in Poole Road, BranksomeCCTV played in court showed suspect following victim in Poole Road, Branksome

The first woman he approached saw that the defendant was in contact with the victim and she was so concerned that she called the police, but that night the police took no action.

The judge praised this woman for her actions in calling the police during his sentencing comments.

Kyoybasha “exploited” the vulnerability of the victim, who was in his thirties, the judge concluded.

CCTV footage from police detectives showed that the defendant followed the victim for about an hour and 45 minutes that night.

“Towards the end of the journey I have followed her relentlessly and I am very pleased that you took the opportunity to pull or drag her in some way, either through a bear hug, which was suggested in an account that was given to the police. , off the road and out of sight,” Judge Fuller QC said.

The judge said the defendant then forcibly pushed the victim to the floor, took off her underwear and carried out the sexual assault.

During the rape, he grabbed her face and shouted words she couldn’t understand.

After Kyoybasha sexually assaulted the woman outside near Pottery Junction, Kyoybasha “just left her in the dirt on the floor in front of someone’s house”.

The assailant surrendered to police after police issued a public appeal including his effigy, which was seen by his boss, who accompanied him to the police station.

The judge said in the interview that the defendant had given a completely false account of what happened, making up a new story during the trial to try to explain DNA evidence obtained by the police and the CCTV evidence that contradicted it. with the statement he had made earlier.

Two personal statements from victims have been read by prosecutor Tom Horder.

“The man who did this to me took a part of me and I just can’t get it back,” the victim said.

“I just can’t find it and this makes me very sad.”

Horder told the court: “The prosecution alleges that it was a robbery attack by a stranger on a vulnerable woman who was walking alone at night.”

Richard Tutt, who represented Kyoybasha, said the defendant had no previous convictions and was of good character.

The court heard that the defendant still denied the crime and showed no remorse when questioned by the probation service after his conviction.

As reported, jurors found Kyoybasha guilty of both offenses after just two hours of deliberation following a seven-day trial in March.

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