Gang rapist Mohammed Skaf has been released from prison 21 years after he was jailed for his role in shocking attacks, also involving his brother and 14 other men, on at least six Sydney schoolgirls.
Sydney gang rapist Mohammed Skaf has been released on parole from Long Bay after being jailed over his role in attacks on at least 6 schoolgirls in 2000.
Sydney serial rapist Mohammed Skaf granted parole after three prior rejections. Former crown prosecutor Margaret Cunneen SC says ‘releasing Skaf on parole is a safer option than waiting until his sentence finishes’.
What people are saying?
Kirsti Miller Releasing him into the community, subject to stringent conditions, is a far better way to protect community safety than to release him at the end of his sentence with no supervisory conditions. This is the best of two evils.
Darryl Ellis He won’t last long, I give him 6 months he will be back before the courts. I do home NSW police have him 24/7 under watch and a drone sits over his house.