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Sudanese Migrant Jailed for Murder of Woman


A Sudanese man who arrived in the country as an asylum seeker four years ago was jailed for murdering a young English woman because she refused to have sex with him.

Karar Ali Karar, 29, was sentenced to life imprisonment on Thursday after pleading guilty to murdering 21-year-old Jodi Miller in Harehills, Leeds, in February, after she had refused to have sex him. He stabbed Jodi 15 times, and so violently that the knife was broken into three pieces, according to the Metro.

Prosecutor Jason Pitter QC had told Leeds Crown Court that Karar was “so enraged and frustrated by her rejection that he decided, in his mind, to teach her a lesson. To confront her and ultimately kill her,” only pausing in his assault to kick his victim and call her a “prostitute”.

The murder, who took place in the home of a friend of Jodi’s, was witnessed by two others in the room, including a 15-year-old boy, who tried to stop the attack, but Karar threatened to kill them, as well.

The judge ordered he serve a life sentence, serving a minimum of 25 years in prison.

Karar had come to the UK from Sudan in 2015 seeking political asylum, arriving in Newcastle before moving to Leeds.

The court had heard how Jodi’s murder had been “extremely savage”, with the judge describing that it had been carried out “in an explosive rage because she did not want to have sex with him”.

Judge Rodney Jameson QC continued: “The attack lasted approximately three minutes, you kicked her and called her a prostitute.

“There is a bitter irony of attacking her because she was not prepared to act in that way.

“Her death was not immediate and she was able to say she knew she was dying. Her suffering and terror can only be imagined.”

This is a classic case of "invite the Third World, become the Third World!"