UNLICENSED MUSLIM DRIVER charged over the death of a schoolboy already had been serving a community service sentence before he ran down the student. Rabieh Abdul Rahman, 36, claims he “lost control of his car” and hit a 12-year-old boy outside Hurstville Public School in Sydney’s south.
Daily Mail Rahman has been charged with manslaughter, dangerous driving causing death and driving unlicensed. His Muslim lawyer, Mohamed Said, did not make an application for bail and it was officially refused.
The accused killer will remain behind bars until he reappears at Sutherland Local Court on November 4. Following the crash, Abdlul Rahman was spotted smoking a cigarette and later sticking up both his middle fingers to camera crews after his arrest.
Details of his past have since emerged revealing he had been serving a one-year intensive corrections order since October 4 last year, the Daily Telegraph reported.
- Rahman had previously been convicted for assaulting a police officer
- He was also convicted for driving under influence of drugs and carrying weapon