Here are the opening paragraphs of yet another gruesome story about a vulnerable woman who lost her life to someone who had no right to be in America. And, once again, it raises the question: How the hell did he get in?
From Frontpage Magazine yesterday (Hat tip: Ann):
Pakistani “Pee Guy” Rohail Sarwar Gets Life Sentence for Murder
Pakistani convicted murderer Rohail Sarwar, 28, will spend the rest of his life in prison, without possibility of parole, under a sentence handed down Thursday in Woodland, California, near Sacramento. Yolo County Judge Paul Richardson described the murder as one of the “most vicious criminal acts” he had seen, particular the stab wounds to the victim’s face, head and abdomen.
In late July, Sarwar was convicted of first-degree murder for the fatal stabbing of massage worker Junying Lu in the Cottonwood Massage last August 21. When previously refused sex in the establishment, Sarwar urinated on the table. This time the “pee guy,” as employees called him, inflicted 14 stab wounds to the victim’s head and torso, then left her body in the hall and fled.
Sarwar was 27 and been in the United States less than one year.
His American victim Junying Lu was 51. On Thursday the victim’s husband called Sarwar a “bastard” and wished he would get the death penalty. The victim’s daughter’s testified of their mother’s kindness and dedication, and at one point three family members had to be restrained from going after the convicted murderer.
“What a monster he was,” victim’s daughter Amy testified, telling Sarwar “you think you are in your own country. This is the United States, where we have human rights.”
On that theme, the trial provided insight into the role of women in Islamic societies such as Pakistan.
Continue reading to see that how women are treated in Islamic countries was very much a part of the trial.
BTW, where are the women’s rights organizations when American women are murdered by illegal alien thugs?
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