Two men of African descent were sentenced in Sweden for a November 2016 incident that included rape and aggravated assault at a party they were invited to by their victims.
Liberian migrant Richelieu Jarara, 21, and Kenyan migrant Fayed Mwangi, 19, received three and two-and-a-half years, respectively, even though both had prior convictions of various crimes. Only Mwangi will be deported upon serving his sentence but can return to Sweden after a period of 10 years.
The evening began innocent enough when three females and a male were having a party at an apartment in Kista. One of the females knew Jarara and contacted him to join them. He arrived in the company of Mwangi and after a short period of time, both began sexually harassing the women. Their male friend intervened and the two Africans sprayed him in the face with pepper spray.
They then began to punch and kick the Swedish male, later identified as Buddy Guy, and continued the assault even after he had fallen to the ground and was rendered unconscious. Jarara even went as far as posting on Snapchat while covered in blood, “I’ve killed a guy.” Guy suffered severe injuries, including cerebral hemorrhages, bone fractures, bruising, swelling and permanent brain damage as a result.
The Africans then began to assault two of the women, who were able to flee to an adjoining apartment. The female remaining at the location was then grabbed by the hair by Mwangi, dragged into a bedroom and raped. The attack ended when the two male neighbors who had been alerted by the women entered the apartment.
Jarara will not be deported after serving his three-year sentence, even though he has a record that includes serious bodily injury, resisting arrest and theft. Mwangi, who has a prior rape conviction from May 2016, will be free to return to Sweden after 12-and-a-half years, counting the decade he must stay away after deportation.
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