Officials say that an Islamic Sexual Predator who was previously kicked out of Canada has been jailed for a minimum of 11 years in Britain after committing a string of sex crimes in the UK. Police said that Hungarian immigrant, Zsolt Suhaj, age 25 and has been described by a judge as ‘every woman’s worst nightmare’ received the sentence after he committed a string of new offenses after he was deported from Canada. A circumstance that Suhaj was not going to let slow him down.
Despite being deported from Canada several years ago, the sexual predator was able to enter the UK with no questions asked, yet again exposing serious holes in its border security. Once free in his new home he again started preying on unsuspecting women, which ranged in age from 22 to 84. Court records show that in 2012, Suhaj was arrested in Toronto after breaking into a house and sexually assaulting a 34-year-old woman. Canadian police said his behavior was ‘escalating’ after he was seen ‘peeping’ into five homes and following a female.
At that time he was convicted of breaking and entering to commit sexual assault and then deported to Hungary. Shortly after his arrival there, he was found guilty of theft. It is unknown what if any punishment was handed down in relation to that conviction. But in January 2016 he took advantage of EU freedom of movement rules and returned to Lancashire, northern England.
Authorities said that within months Suhaj was back to breaking into homes and attacking women, many of whom awoke to find him standing over them – sometimes while brandishing a knife. Like the true scum that he is, Suhaj was seen throughout his trial laughing and joking. But when the jury returned a guilty verdict on one count of rape, one of sexual assault and five counts of trespassing with intent to commit a sexual offense, the smile quickly went away and he turned angry and had to be physically removed from the court.
Yesterday, Judge Sara Dodd said of Suhaj, who was not allowed back in court: ‘You are every woman’s worst nightmare. Given the nature of these offenses you are clearly dangerous. You targeted properties where you thought women were on their own, asleep in bed. You have no insight into your own deviant sexual behavior. Until this changes you will continue to pose a significant risk of harm to women.’
Then his sentence was announced, Suhaj was sentenced to life for rape and must serve at least 11 years before he can be considered for release. He also received concurrent terms for the additional offenses, but amazingly, no deportation order was made. Officials admit that although passports of EU nationals arriving in Britain are checked against a border agency ‘watchlist’, unless they are guilty of a high-profile crime, the system is unlikely to pick up on their convictions. Because of this problem, there has been a string of attacks by foreign nationals in the UK similar to those carried out by Suhaj in recent years.