A ‘dangerous’ Lithuanian rapist who subjected a woman to a brutal sex attack was allowed into the UK despite having a conviction for raping a seven-year-old girl.
Victor Akulic served eight years for the sex attack on the young girl, but was not flagged up to police and went on to brutally beat and rape a woman last year just months after entering Britain.
Today a senior judge hearing the Lithuanian’s appeal against his life sentence following the brutal sex attack in Sheppey in August 2010, demanded to know why Akulic was able to walk into the country in the first place.
Lady Justice Hallett asked: ‘Do we let in just anyone, even if they have a serious conviction?’
Lady Justice Hallett…
The prosecution rests M’laud…