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Migrant who admitted raping a 10-year-old boy at an Austrian swimming pool because of a 'sexual emergency' has his sentence cut and will soon be free

The migrant who raped a young boy in a swimming pool because he 'had not had sex for four months' has had his sentence reduced and will soon be free.

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The horrific attack happened at Vienna's Theresienbad pool in December last year, where the rapist was taken as part of his integration programme

The Senate of the Supreme Court of Austria has ruled that the sentence of 20-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker, known only as Amir A, will be reduced from seven to four years after he raped a ten-year-old boy who suffered horrific injuries as a result.

The perpetrator has already served a significant part of his sentence.

Senate president Thomas Philipp said: 'Four years are appropriate here.'

Amir A's lawyers had sought a retrial after successfully arguing that the original trial had not done enough to discover if he knew for certain that his victim was saying no.

The appeal had shocked legal experts because as a 10-year-old minor, the victim could never have given his consent to sex. 

Now judges at Austria's Supreme Court have found the asylum seeker guilty for a second time - and jailed him for seven years.

The rapist had been taken to the Austrian capital's Theresienbad pool in December last year as part of his integration programme.

But he dragged his victim into a changing room where he locked the door and subjected him to a sickening sexual assault.

The court heard that the schoolboy needed urgent medical treatment for agonising injuries sustained in the attack.

The terrified youngster told a lifeguard what had happened, and the staff member called police.

After the rape, the accused calmly returned to the pool and was using the diving board when officers arrived to arrest him.

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The terrified youngster told a lifeguard what had happened, and the staff member called police

He first confessed to the rape, saying he knew it was wrong but did it anyway because it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex for four months.

His lawyers later changed his story claiming there were doubts over whether he knew the victim had denied consent.

He was found guilty of serious sexual assault and rape of a minor.

The boy, named only as Goran, was awarded 5,000 Euros (£4,190) for his pain and suffering.

Source: dailymail.co.uk

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