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Lako Eludas Rasas, 26, stood in front of the Brisbane District Court on Monday (photo) and pleaded guilty of serious bodily injury, obstructed the police and was a public nuisance

Sudanese refugee who was granted asylum in Australia so that he could start a new life is found guilty of repeatedly bashing the locals and attacking a teenager with a machete

  • Lako Eludas Rasas, 26, approached a man in Brisbane and broke his thigh
  • Rasas was only two weeks out of jail when he committed the crime
  • The Sudanese man had previously been imprisoned because he had attacked a teenager with a machete
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A refugee who was granted asylum in Australia so that he could start a new life was found guilty of repeatedly attacking the local population.

Lako Eludas Rasas, 26, stood in front of the Brisbane District Court on Monday and pleaded guilty of serious bodily injury, impeded police and public nuisance.

The court heard how he had approached a man outside of Roma Street Station in Brisbane and pushed him so hard that he broke his thigh, NT News reported.

The victim was operated on to repair his leg and hip, but spent two more weeks in the hospital due to complications.

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Rasas was only released for two weeks when he committed the crime.

Lako Eludas Rasas, 26, stood in front of the Brisbane District Court on Monday (photo) and pleaded guilty of serious bodily injury, obstructed the police and was a public nuisance

Lako Eludas Rasas, 26, stood in front of the Brisbane District Court on Monday (photo) and pleaded guilty of serious bodily injury, obstructed the police and was a public nuisance

Judge Julie Ryrie sentenced Rasas to 2.5 years in prison and told him to get his life under control.

& # 39; You continue to go to jail if you do not take control of your life, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; You did not provoke the victim of your attack.

& # 39; Yet you were persistent when he tried not to get along with you – he turned away from you, but you chose to push him to the ground. & # 39;

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Rasas moved from Sudan to Queensland 17 years ago after witnessing extreme acts of violence in his home country and in a refugee camp where his brother and sister died.

He was constantly in trouble with the law in Darwin and Brisbane after repeatedly becoming bashen residents and basic nuisance.

Rasas was previously imprisoned in Darwin in 2017 for bashing and robbing the president of the Congolese community organization of Territory and attacking a teenager with a machete (stock image)

Rasas was previously imprisoned in Darwin in 2017 for bashing and robbing the president of the Congolese community organization of Territory and attacking a teenager with a machete (stock image)

Rasas was previously imprisoned in Darwin in 2017 for bashing and robbing the president of the Congolese community organization of Territory and attacking a teenager with a machete (stock image)

Rasas was imprisoned in Darwin in 2017 for bashing and robbing the president of the Congolese community organization of Territory and attacking a teenager with a machete.

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Judge Ryrie acknowledged the man's experiences as a child, but said he had to learn to control himself as an adult.

Rasas pleaded guilty to serious physical injury, impeded police and public nuisance.

He is eligible for conditional release in November.

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