Zsolt Suhaj is a 25-year old Hungary national, who has been described by a judge as ‘every woman’s worst nightmare.’ Suhaj went around targeting women who were vulnerable in their own homes.
He was deported from Canada after his string of sexual assaults, and was jailed in Britain for a minimum of 11 years for doing the same in the UK, where he targeted seven new victims. His oldest victim in the UK was 84 years old!
He was first arrested in Toronto after breaking and entering in order to sexually assault a 34-year old woman, which was an escalation from his previous crimes of ‘peeping‘ and following.
He was then deported back to Hungary, but some how, he managed to get himself admission into England. This brings their border security into question.
Suhaj thought he would get away with it once again in England, as he was seen laughing and joking throughout his entire trial, but the smirk was wiped right off of his face one the jury unanimously declared him to be guilty of all the crimes he committed. He was found guilty of rape, sexual assault, and five counts of trespassing with intent to commit a sexual offense.
At that point, be became erratic and angry. He made such a scene that he had to be removed from the court room. He was probably expecting to be sent right back to Hungary, where he could sneak in somewhere else and continue his string of dirty deeds.
From Heat Street:
Judge Sara Dodd said of Suhaj: ‘You are every woman’s worst nightmare.
Given the nature of these offences you are clearly dangerous. You targeted properties where you thought women were on their own, asleep in bed. You have no insight into your own deviant sexual behavior. Until this changes you will continue to pose a significant risk of harm to women.’
Suhaj was sentenced to life for rape and must serve at least 11 years before he can be considered for release. He received concurrent terms for the other offenses. No deportation order was made.
Currently, passports of EU nationals arriving in Britain are checked against a border agency ‘watchlist’. Unless a criminal is high-profile, the system is unlikely to pick up on their convictions. In recent years this has led to a string of attacks by foreign nationals in the UK similar to those carried out by Suhaj.