I referred to the case of Ismahil Akinade the other day and promised to write about it in more detail.
This case is shocking for a number of reasons but I’ll get to that in due course, for now let’s look at what we know.
You should note that the only information we have on this case comes via archived pages as there seems to have been a concerted effort to remove this case from the public eye.
“A Bray Wanderers footballer was one of three young Kildare residents to have received suspended sentences for the sexual abuse of a teenage girl, a court has heard. Judge Mary Ellen Ring in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court today apologised to the female victim, who was 14 years old at the time, for the four-year delay in getting the case completed.
She said she was considering this delay when sentencing Leixlip men Edgar Ojo (aged 20), Olajafar Adetoro (aged 21) and Bray Wanderers player Ismaheel Akinade (aged 20) to two years suspended for three years.Judge Ring criticised the time issue, saying: “These matters should not take four years to get through the prosecution process. All parties should endeavour to deal with the case.”
Ojo, of Lough Na Mona Park, pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting the girl in the downstairs toilet of his home on March 25, 2010.He also admitted attempting to defile the girl in his kitchen and defiling her in a forest clearing, also on March 25, 2010.
Adetoro, of Easton Close, admitted defiling the girl in Leixlip locations on 27 February, 2010 and again on March 25, 2010.
Akinade, of Rinawade Vale, pleaded guilty to sexual assault and attempted defilement at Ojo’s home on March 15, 2010.He also pleaded guilty to attempted defilement on March 25, 2010 at the same premises.
None of the men have any previous convictions.
Judge Ring said: “It is not acceptable that the injured party has had it hanging over her for four long years.”The judge acknowledged the case delay has added to the victim’s distress and also affected the three men’s lives.
She commented that three others accused of similar offences against the injured party had been dealt with before another circuit court
The judge further noted that the three men will carry a sexual offence conviction with them, which may “cause them not to get employment, or to lose employment.”
She said this was punishment in itself and was likely to come back against them in many years to come.
At the sentence hearing in July, the court heard the offences all took place with several people present.The three men, who were 16-years-old at the time, on one occasion took turns to have sex with the girl in a forest clearing.
The young woman read her Victim Impact Statement in court, describing how friends called her “a slut and a whore”. She said she was still on anti-depressants, has had suicidal ideation and is constantly discussed on social media. She revealed her family relationships have broken down due to attitudes about pre-marital sex.
The woman said though she feels isolated and depressed, she didn’t want people to feel sorry for her.
Garda Paul Carney told Roisin Lacey BL, prosecuting, that one of the men had sex with the girl three times in a friends’ sitting room while a number of others were present. On March 25, the girl told gardaí that the three accused took it in turns to pin her to the ground and forcefully have sex with her. Some days later the girl made a statement to gardaí and the men were arrested.
DNA from their semen was found on her clothing, and on two condoms found in the forest clearing.
Counsel for Ojo, Caroline Biggs SC, submitted to Judge Ring at the sentence hearing that her client had studied Sports Management at Ballyfermot College. She said he trains three nights a week, doesn’t drink or smoke and is very remorseful.
Tara Burns SC, for Akinade, submitted that her client had been taking a business studies course in Tallaght IT and also does not drink or take drugs. Counsel said Akinade contacted gardai wishing to apologise to the victim.
Bernard Condon, for Adetoro, said his client was hard working and had been an apprentice plumber.
Mr Condon asked the judge to take into consideration Adetoro’s apology to the victim and the fact he was also a child at the time of offending.”
The link to this article is an archived page from irishexaminer.com and is no longer available on the site. Further searches online will reveal the same lack of any media attention or interest. A rape and sadly even a gang rape is not necessarily front page news in multicultural Ireland, what does stand out about this case though is the deliberate shielding of the scum who raped this child.
We are talking about a sequence of rapes and not simply one instance, a protracted case of the vilest sexual depredation upon a child that removes any possibility these men felt guilt or reservations about their actions. As you can see from the victim impact statement, this girl’s life is irrevocably changed for the worse thanks to these filthy simians.
But have they been punished? Have they fuck!
“The judge further noted that the three men will carry a sexual offence conviction with them, which may “cause them not to get employment, or to lose employment.”
She said this was punishment in itself and was likely to come back against them in many years to come.”
This judge, even knowing that three other rapists had been involved in the brutalisation of this child (three men whom I challenge you to find any word of online or what their sentences were) somehow worries more about the prospects of these dogs after their crimes? It leaves little reason for you to think the judiciary in this country have any interest in the victims of Blacks and Muslims, of which Akinade at least is both.
In fact this case has been of little impediment to the lives of these apes going forward, with the collusion of the state and media their despicable act has been effectively promoted as an acceptable one, if you’re of the right demographic.
Irish men and women cheer from the stands for the filth Akinade down at Bohemians F.C and those that know, couldn’t care less.
That tweet is part of a thread where a few twitter users raised a bit of a stink about Akinade after his signing to Bohs back in November, soon afterwards Bohs released word that he was moving club, most likely over to Sligo Rovers.
This lead to a die off in interest online but some months later Akinade is still at Bohs. Further proof of the establishment working to wash Akinade of his crimes, a deliberate bait and switch to get rid of the bad press of hiring a prolific child molester.
No such luck if you happen to be a white footballer though, guilty or not!
Nothing can be found out about Adetoro since this case and we can only assume he’s kept his powder dry.
Not the case with our friend Edgar Ojo though.
You will recall the placations made on behalf of Ojo during the rape case-
“Counsel for Ojo, Caroline Biggs SC, submitted to Judge Ring at the sentence hearing that her client had studied Sports Management at Ballyfermot College.
She said he trains three nights a week, doesn’t drink or smoke and is very remorseful.”
Now take in the poor-mouth BS at his hearing over the iPhone scam-
“Defence lawyer Jennifer Jackson said the incident happened at a “very low point” for Ojo, who had no income at the time.
Ms Jackson said the defendant’s mother is a single mother, Ojo is the eldest of her children and he was under a lot of financial pressure at home.
She said Ojo is working part-time and hopes to go to college later this year to complete a fitness course.”
My poor bleeding heart!
This has to be the most Nigerian thing I’ve ever heard in my life! And worse the saps being taken in by it, though let’s be honest they know well what a pox he is, they’re just happy enough to weaponise the rotten fuck against the natives.
What you have here is a case of collusion amongst the judiciary, media and establishment to get a six man child rape gang off scot-free. They have papered over the heinous and protracted abuse of a child and given these animals all the help they could hope for.
They have sent out the message to every other mud skinned subversive on this island that the barbarism meted out to English girls over the past few decades will be enabled here as well and with relish.
We need to be under no illusion here, our state apparatus is against us.
Our children are at risk of every kind of evil and we have no advocacy.
So what are you going to do about it?