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“Rapist who attacked the kidnapped schoolgirl (16)” begs for mercy when prisoners force him to strip

“You violate ME”: “Rapist who attacked the kidnapped 16-year-old girl” begs for mercy if prisoners force him to strip, then hit him and bump his head into dirty cell-loo in horrible phone video

  • The man said he was a convicted rapist who begged for mercy when he was afflicted
  • The leaked video showed the man who was crying when he took off his clothes
  • Last week he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl with two other men

A shocking video has appeared of what it says as a convicted rapist who is stripped, beaten, beaten and then pushes his head into a filthy toilet with a prison cell.

The man begged for mercy when he was beaten him in his prison cell while being caught on a forbidden cell phone.

The leaked video – allegedly filmed in HMP Pentonville, North London – showed the man, wearing a blue shirt and gray jogging bottoms, crying when he was forced to take off his clothes and repeatedly lashed through the openings with a cable.

Last week he was found guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl with two other men in an apartment in Enfield, north London, in August 2016 – after an accomplice held a machete down her throat and imprisoned her.

The perpetrator begged for mercy when he was bothered in his prison cell while being caught on a banned cell phone

The perpetrator begged for mercy when he was bothered in his prison cell while being caught on a banned cell phone

The perpetrator begged for mercy when he was bothered in his prison cell while being caught on a banned cell phone

The man begged for mercy when he was beaten him in his prison cell while being caught on a forbidden cell phone

All three defendants in the case must be sentenced to the same court on March 19.

Graphic images circulating on social media show the man surrounded by angry delays in his cell while ordering him to take off his clothes.

He is led to the bathroom and told by a prisoner: “Take off your clothes before I hit you in the head, man.”

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

He is then forced to turn around and repeatedly beaten over the back with a cable.

The prisoners have him take off his pants, while he pleads: “I can’t do it anymore. Bro, come on, bro. “

But the man who’s filming says, “Put his head in the toilet.”

He tries to leave the bathroom, but is pushed back inside and complains: “That’s too much.” You are violating me now. “

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

Reluctantly, he takes off his sweater before another prisoner tears his shirt and hits him.

Prisoners respond by beating him and kicking him in the trunk while he bends against a wall.

A second clip makes him scream ‘oh my days’ while the delays force his head into the toilet bowl and repeatedly hit and kick him.

A viewer on social media said: ‘Don’t you like being in a scary position? It should not affect others. “A third added,” Justice in prison is wild. “

A jury was told that the victim had traveled from Bristol to London on 13 August 2016, where one of the men held a machete to her throat and robbed her while the other defendants watched.

One of the men then improperly imprisoned her in a residential block in Enfield and she was forced to have oral sex with each of the men.

Detective Sergeant Charlotte Carter of the Metropolitan Police said: ‘The victim and her family have shown tremendous strength and patience in supporting a prosecution. I would like to express their courage, especially in the confrontation with the defendants in court.

“It is because of their strength that three dangerous people have been sentenced.

“I hope the sentence reflects the seriousness of these crimes and the trauma of the victim.”

The Ministry of Justice has been approached for comment.

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