Mohamed Bakari Shei, a 20-year-old Somali Muslim who raped 2 little girls, ages 9 and 5, in Rochester, Minnesota, gets less than a year in prison and will NOT be required to register as a sex offender.
Frontpage Mag – Daniel Greenfield (h/t Marvin W) A female juvenile reported to a Rochester police investigator in April 2020 that Shei first raped her on Mother’s Day in 2018 at a Rochester residence. The juvenile would have been around 9 years old on that date. Shei would have been around 16 years old. He told her that he would give her money for a book fair at school or buy her toys, the juvenile told police.
A different juvenile told an RPD investigator in June 2021 that Shei had raped them several times at the same residence during the same time period.
The 20-year-old Rochester man will serve 180 days in jail and up to 30 years of probation in a case involving the rape of two juveniles girls in Olmsted County. With good behavior, Shei will serve, at most, 116 days in the Olmsted County Adult Detention Center. If Shei completes his probation, all charges against him will be dismissed and will not be on his criminal record.
A family member described one of the juvenile survivors as a bubbly girl who loved to share with others, but following Shei’s multiple sexual assaults, the juvenile became withdrawn and more reclusive.
Under Islam, 7-year-olds are considered fair game, but 4-5 year olds might be a bit much, even for Mohammed, the original one, even though one account describes the paedophile warlord marrying a little girl who played with dolls, still Mohamed, this one, has a Somali name and Somalia is the country with the tenth highest child marriage rate.
The decision to import large numbers of Somalis means we end up playing by their rules.
A new bill tabled in Somalia last month would allow children to marry once they have reached puberty which could leave children as young as 10 years old at risk of being forced into marriage.
The new Sexual Intercourse Related Crimes Bill has sparked outrage amongst members of parliament in the country as it seeks to replace a 2018 bill aimed at preventing child marriage and protecting women and girls from sexual offenses.