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Afghan Refugee Arrested For Allegedly Kidnapping, Sexually Assaulting 6-Year Old Boy on a Bike and Attempting to Rape Second Boy

Breaking News: Osmani Haji Gul, a 34-year-old Afghan refugee, was arrested in July for kidnapping a 6-year-old boy who had been riding his bike and sexually assaulting him behind a dumpster in St. Louis City.

According to court documents, the man had also been connected to another attempted child snatching that occurred earlier in the month in the same city.

Gul was apprehended after security camera footage from the scene of the crime identified him as the suspect. Shortly afterward, a coworker identified him and called police to report it. This resulted in Gul’s arrest on July 22nd and subsequent charges filed against him on July 29th.

This incident has raised serious questions about public safety throughout St. Louis City and its surrounding areas. It also raises many questions about how this individual managed to evade detection for so long given his criminal history and prior attempts at abduction of children within such close proximity of one another.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

A 34-year-old man was arrested in July for kidnapping a 6year-old boy on his bike and sexually assaulting him behind a dumpster in St. Louis City. The man was later identified from security camera footage in the area. This

Osmani Haji Gul was charged in court in late July after his arrest the day earlier.

A coworker identified the man and called police.

The man was connected to another attempted child snatching earlier in the month in St. Louis.

Additionally, it brings into focus issues regarding background checks for refugees coming into the US from other countries – why weren’t these previously known?

The case is still under investigation by local law enforcement officials at this time and details are still emerging as they continue their probe into Gul’s past activities and potential connections with others involved in similar acts of violence against children or minors across Missouri or possibly beyond state lines as well.

These new developments have sparked conversations among citizens all over about what needs to be done to ensure that such incidents do not occur again – whether it be increased awareness campaigns or more stringent laws governing those who choose to immigrate here from abroad with potentially dangerous records of criminal behavior like Mr. Gul’s own past actions suggest he may possess himself even before coming here legally or illegally as some reports indicate he may have done so.

KTVI reported:

Osmani Haji Gul is accused of attacking a 6-year-old boy in St. Louis Hills. His first court appearance was postponed from last week to allow the court to find a translator who speaks the Pashto language.

Gul is an Afghan refugee. He’s reportedly married and has three small children. Investigators took him into custody for allegedly sexually assaulting a 6-year-old boy.

Police said that the crime happened Sunday, July, 23. The victim was riding his bicycle when investigators explained that Gul snatched him off the bike, took him to a vacant home, and assaulted him.

The investigation revealed another crime happened a week earlier July 16, at Francis Park involving a 12-year-old victim a day after police released surveillance. They shared that they received 100 tips from the public and were able to arrest Gul as a result.

The Circuit Attorney’s Office charged him with statutory sodomy and sexual misconduct involving the 6-year-old. He faces charges of attempted statutory sodomy and 4th-degree assault in the case involving the 12-year-old.

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7 Responses

    1. Yes, one of those “allies” of ours who rendered so many “invaluable” services in the fight against the Taliban!

  1. This was all planned to harm and murder millions of Americans all in the name of vote Democrats. Hey all you Communist voting Democrats is this what you want by destroying America.
    FJB and every Communist Democrat voter.

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