Monsor Kazi Sentenced to 13 Years for Rape and Assault of Underage Girl

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Monsor Kazi Sentenced to 13 Years for Rape and Assault of Underage Girl

Monsor Kazi, aged 54, was sentenced to 13 years and six months’ imprisonment by Snaresbrook Crown Court after being found guilty of seven counts of rape and assault against an underage girl known to him. The case, which involved meticulous investigative work by the Metropolitan Police, highlights the importance of reporting abuse and the tireless efforts of the Met Police.

Monsor Kazi Sentenced To 13 Years For Rape And Assault Of Underage Girl

Victim’s Courage and Witnesses’ Support

The victim’s father reported the abuse to the Metropolitan Police on February 12, 2022. Local officers swiftly responded, and specially trained investigators tracked down Kazi, arresting him on the same day. Detective Constable Chloe James, who led the investigation based at Romford Police Station, praised the victim’s courage in coming forward and the witnesses who supported the case.

Collaborative Efforts

Working closely with colleagues from the Crown Prosecution Service, the police built a robust case against Kazi. Their relentless efforts ensured that he would spend years behind bars. Upon his release, Kazi will be required to sign the Sex Offenders Register for life.

Forensic Evidence and Statements

Officers seized various items from a property in Dagenham, including the victim’s clothing and bedding. Forensics teams rapidly analysed this evidence. Neighbourhood officers also conducted inquiries and collected statements from the victim and key witnesses.

Timeline of Abuse

The sexual abuse of the child began in May or June 2021 and continued for approximately six months. Despite Kazi’s initial denials, the strength of evidence presented by the police led to his conviction.

Legal Proceedings

Kazi was charged on February 13, 2022, and subsequently convicted at Snaresbrook Crown Court on October 25, 2022.

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