A violent sex attacker pursued his victim from Poland to England, traced her to her new Northampton home where she was beaten up and raped in the presence of a young child before being stabbed with a pair of scissors.
Krystian Kepinski, aged 26, was serving a prison sentence in his native Poland when his victim took the opportunity to flee to England. But he managed to trace her to Northampton where he subjected her to a violent assault and then raped her.
Northampton Crown Court heard the victim’s young children had been in the property at the time, and one of them was asleep in the same room when Kepinski attacked her.
She was punched and kicked in the head up to 20 times, raped and then stabbed in the leg with a pair of nail scissors.
He was jailed for seven years at Northampton Crown Court having been convicted by a jury last month. It was the second trial he had faced as a jury failed to reach verdicts after an initial trial in February.
His victim, who cannot be named, had known Kepinski in Poland but fled to the UK while he was serving a three-year prison sentence for drug dealing, robbery, assault and extortion. But he was able to trace her and launched the violent attack on June 20 last year.
Kepinski, who served a year in prison on remand, was jailed for seven years, will be on the sex offenders’ register for life and will be deported back to Poland upon his release, although he would be free to re-enter the UK as an EU national !!.
National Front 2010