Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Man Accused of Raping Woman on Steps of Church

By R.C.
Wed, Oct 14, 2020 10:58 p.m.

Man Accused of Raping Woman on Steps of Church

R.C.: Just doin’ the job that Americans won’t do.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Let's make this the latest installment of "black/muslim Rape Theater"

About 9:30 p.m. Sept. 26, Greeley police responded to a report of a rape that just occurred on the steps of a church in the downtown Greeley area. Police found a woman holding down Mohamed Abdi Ahmed, 33, and detained him as they spoke with two women at the scene.

The victim said she went to lie down on the steps of the church to sleep when Ahmed came up behind her and pressed his groin against her butt, according to an affidavit for Ahmed’s arrest.

Ahmed:"Praise Allah,I ask for virgin and here on steps waiting is virgin."

He began pulling down the victim’s pants and fondling her, even as she repeatedly told him to stop, according to records.

Ahmed:"All virgin women who sleep here must do what I want.This is MY step."
Woman:"I'm not a virgin,camel breath--leave me alone."
Ahmed:"If you've never had sex with ME--you're a virgin."

He penetrated her despite repeated commands to stop,the victim told police.
Ahmed:"In about 10 minutes I will.Allah is great--and so are you baby."

When he stopped, he stood up over the victim, who began to cry. That’s when her friend came over and restrained Ahmed as she called police. The friend told police she saw Ahmed with his pants down.

Friend(sitting on Ahmed):"His pants were down,officer."

Ahmed:"Allah's not so great after all--he send virgin,but also 300 lb woman to sit on my neck--I can't breathe."

Ahmed referred to the victim as his girlfriend, even though they had never met, according to records. He denied engaging in sexual relations with her.

Ahmed:"No sex--it's magic--make the salami disappear.I am Ahmed the Great."

Ahmed was booked into the Weld County Jail on suspicion of first-degree sexual assault. He remains in the jail as of Thursday afternoon. He has a disposition hearing in this case 9 a.m. Nov. 25 in Weld District Court.

His magic act saved the best for last--vanishing from the Church steps,and re-appearing at the Weld County Jail.