A simpering coward to the end, evil predator Mohammed Skaf, his head bowed, is led away in handcuffs as the gang rape trials that shocked Sydney were finally laid to rest yesterday.
With Mohammed and his brother Bilal sentenced for the last in a string of brutal attacks, The Daily Telegraph can reveal for the first time how 12 dedicated police officers put the vile attackers behind bars.
While the rest of the nation celebrated the jailing of the Skaf brothers yesterday friend and spokesman, former terror suspect Zeky Mallah, claimed the evil sex predators “should be honoured”.
Ranting outside the Supreme Court, Mallah said: “Bilal Skaf and Mohammed Skaf should be more honoured and respected for the crimes they committed, if they did, because at least these two have not killed any of the victims like the American soldiers have (in Iraq).”
Sheik Taj Al Hilali once said of Mallah, who spent two years in jail for threatening to kill Commonwealth officers: “What happened to Zak I believe will happen to many more people in Australian society. When you sow love, you’ll reap love, but when you sow hatred … what you’ll reap is violence.” Way to sow the love, Zak.
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