Rapist banned from contacting EVERY woman in the country to challenge order

A man jailed for life after raping a 23-year-old is set to challenge a ban from contacting every woman in the country – because it will leave him ‘frustrated’.


by Jack White |
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George Clark, 54, was jailed for life in 1996, after abducting his victim on the streets of Aberdeen, before drugging and assaulting her.

Now he’s set to be released from Castle Huntley open jail, under the condition he has no direct or indirect contact with women.

As well as this, George – who changed him name to Yousef Ansari, after reportedly converting to Islam in 2001 – is banned from shops and will have to keep police updated on his whereabouts at all time.

George is preparing for his release from prison [stock images used throughout]
George is preparing for his release from prison [stock images used throughout]

But, according to the Daily Record, George is attempting to overturn the orders, on the grounds they will ‘frustrate’ him.

Shockingly, George allegedly also wants to review the supervision he will have after the release, as he’s concerned about the impact it will have on his rehabilitation.

However judge Lord Glennie dismissed George’s claims at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.

He wrote: “The local authority has no role in the detention or release of the prisoner. Its only role is to provide assistance in some parts of the rehabilitation process.”

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