“Businessman accused of making an attempt to tear off a Muslim lady’s HIJAB on Tube has assault case thrown out after she and her two associates gave conflicting tales, court docket papers present,” by Jack Wright, Mailonline, January 2, 2021 (because of The Faith of Peace):
A Polish businessman who was accused of an anti-Islam hate crime had an assault case towards him thrown out by a decide after the Muslim lady’s key witnesses gave conflicting tales in court docket.
Aniso Abulkadir claimed that she and her associates Luxika Rajeswaran and Oyindamola Olatuyi have been assaulted at Baker Avenue Tube station by Pawel Uczciwek in a ‘racially abusive’ assault in July 2017.
The trio whipped up a social media frenzy by alleging that Mr Uczciwek had tried to tear off Ms Abulkadir’s hijab and had hit her. In addition they printed his residence tackle and referred to as for his employer to sack him.
On the time, Mr Uczciwek, now 31, denied trying to take away the hijab and mentioned he had been defending his black girlfriend Yolaine Mossimi from a ‘racist assault from three random females’.
Following a police probe, he was charged with religiously-aggravated widespread assault by beating – which might see offenders handed a doable two-year jail sentence.
However court docket papers present that the case was thrown out by a decide at Blackfriars Crown Court docket after the trio failed to determine if Mr Uczciwek had tried to take away the hijab throughout the altercation.
After witnesses Ms Rajeswaran and Ms Olatuyi didn’t attend the second day of the trial, the decide ordered the jury to problem a not responsible verdict and apologised to Mr Uczciwek for the ordeal.
Choose Rajeev Shetty referred to as the case a ‘colossal waste of time’ and referred to as the prosecution’s proof not ‘practically convincing sufficient for the felony commonplace of proof which is that it’s essential to make certain that that occurred earlier than the defendant could possibly be convicted of something’.
Talking to MailOnline, Mr Uczciwek has now opened up about how the ‘false accusations’ prompted him to endure ‘insomnia, stress and nervousness’.
He mentioned Ms Abulkadir had ‘falsified a hate crime story about her being attacked and he or she used her faith to stir-up racial hatred and paint me because the attacker’ with a purpose to ‘perpetuate their agenda’.
Mr Uczciwek revealed the allegations had resulted in social media assaults on him and his household, whereas he obtained ‘numerous abusive, racist and life-threatening telephone calls, texts and on-line messages from numerous unknown individuals’.
On the time, the trio shared a photograph of Mr Uczciwek on-line, and described how he had tried to take away her scarf earlier than hitting her.
Ms Rajeswaran mentioned: ‘The person mentioned, ‘Present me your hair!’ and tried to drag it off. Aniso [Abulkadir] has by no means had a racial encounter like this earlier than and has been left so upset by it. It’s the worst factor that might occur to have it eliminated, she chooses to put on it and it’s for her personal causes. It’s stripping her of her dignity to do this.’
However court docket papers now present that Ms Rajeswaran and Ms Olatuyi contradicted one another on primary particulars throughout proceedings at Blackfriars Crown Court docket….