(LONDON) Harrow Crown Court Report: A man has been sentenced to 13 years in jail after he was found guilty of rape of a child during 1996 – 1999 #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.29: The court heard that between 1996 and 1999, Lakidi raped the child victim multiple times. The offences took place at residential addresses in Enfield and Barnet.

#HistoricRape Case: UPDATED: Man jailed after conviction for raping child: Eric Lakidi, 43 (23.11.1977) of Epsom, Surrey was sentenced at Harrow Crown Court, on Friday, 25 June and he will be placed on the sex offenders register for life.

Jailed: Eric Lakidi

CASE NOTES: The court heard that between 1996 and 1999, Lakidi raped the child victim multiple times. The offences took place at residential addresses in Enfield and Barnet: She was able to give a detailed account of the incidents that occurred, at times with family members present in the same address: On 1 June 2021, he was found guilty of three counts of rape against a child by a unanimous jury after a trial in May:

Acting Detective Sergeant Virginia Condren, the investigating officer, said: “Lakidi took advantage of the trust of a vulnerable child to commit and hide his odious crimes. The tenacity and bravery shown by the young woman in this case can only be described as admirable. Her drive to achieve justice for herself has never faltered. Despite the daunting steps she has gone through to reach this result she has only ever shown strength and determination to see this through: I can only hope that today is a significant step in her closing the door on the fear and trauma she has experienced, and that her courage in coming forward serves as encouragement to others who have also suffered abuse of any kind, current or historic, to have confidence in the police, CPS and the courts to bring these offenders to justice. I would also like to commend and thank her siblings for their unwavering support of her through this entire process.”

+ If you have been a victim of sexual assault or rape or you have information about an offender, contact police on 101 or 999 in an emergency – there are specially trained officers who will listen and investigate where needed.

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#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Jun.29: 2021:

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