Calgary Courts Files in Calgary on Monday, November 26, 2018. Darren Makowichuk / Postmedia
To force Calgary's teenage girl to have sex with three men to ride home on a cold winter night, a city man was hit by a sexually-aggressive condemnation.
Judge John McCarthy said on Tuesday that there was no "real reality" on the defense proposal that Abdifatah Ibrahim (23) believed the girl was unanimous.
The victim, who was on the attack on February 9, 2015, 16 years old, testified in December, was forced to have sex with Ibrahim and two other men when she and her friend were stranded in what the judge called "the deformed acts ". "All three.
She and her friend, seventeen, were the last night in the home of another friend and they took the CTrain Center to move to the Coventry Hills bus to spend the night in the home of the other girl's parents.
But when they came to the city center, the bus they needed was no longer running, McCarthy warned.
They managed to get to the shops in Beddington, but they were still waiting for up to three hours to get to another girl's house.
The friend then called a male acquaintance known as Vamba, and agreed to have sex to pay for their ride.
But the victim did not want sex, a friend testified.
When she arrived with two men, the girls were taken to the parking lot of John G. Diefenbaker High School, where the victim was forced to have sex in the back of the car with all three men.
Then they were taken to Whitehorn instead of a friend's home, and on this journey Ibrahim forced both women to do oral sex, decided McCarthy.
There, the other two forced the victim to get sex again, the attacks that the judge found out that Ibrahim was a party.
Advocate Lori MacKay argued that McCarthy could have found that there was evidence that Ibrahim mistakenly believed that the victim had consented, partly because he gave his name and number to the phone when the teenagers finally brought home.
However, the judge ruled that the conduct was equally consistent with the "stupid disregard of the complainant by the person without any repentance."
At the request of MacKaya, McCarthy commissioned a psychiatric and psychological assessment of the risk to his client.
Crown prosecutor Jason Wuttunee requested that the case be suspended for January 18 to determine the date of sentencing, likely in May.
Ibrahim remains in custody until he is convicted.
The other suspect is expected to be present later this year, while Crown has charged the third.
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