An Iraqi asylum seeker rapist used 7 different aliases to stay in Britain
Khatan Ali Omar, 28, twice raped the 58-year-old at knifepoint after bursting into her Leicester home. He put the blade to her throat, bound and gagged her, Leicester Crown Court heard.
He was given an indeterminate sentence and must serve at least five years. A judge recommended he be deported when released.
He was jailed for three months in 2003 for lying to immigration chiefs then stayed on in Britain using different identities.
His victim said the ordeal had tainted her view of immigrants. She said: “He’s betrayed the hospitality of my country.”
Jobless Omar, from Leicester, who said his relatives were killed in Iraq, was found guilty of rape and aggravated burglary.
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