Sex attacker jailed after attacking woman in own bed


A MAN who subjected a woman to a serious sexual assault in West Lothian has been jailed for five years.

Kazeem Kadiri was sentenced today at the High Court in Edinburgh.

The 38-year-old carried out the attack on his 27-year-old victim while she slept in her bed within a property in Raeburn Rigg, Livingston on  November 6, 2010.

Kadiri showed no remorse for his crime

Officers from the Federal Unit, West Lothian’s sex crimes enquiry team, carried out a robust investigation following this incident and as a result of their enquiries, Kadiri was identified and arrested.

Detective Chief Inspector Phil Gachagan welcomed today’s sentence.

DCI Gachagan said: “Kazeem Kadiri is a callous and predatory individual who attacked a defenceless woman, whom he didn’t know, as she slept in her bed.

“At no point has he shown any remorse for his actions and by allowing this case to go to trial, his victim has been subjected to further anguish.

“Officers from the Federal Unit left no stone unturned during their investigation to find the man responsible and built a compelling case against Kadiri, which subsequently led to his conviction.

“I would like to thank the young woman for her co-operation during the investigation and for her courage at seeing the proceedings through to their conclusion.

“I sincerely hope that following today’s sentencing, she can begin to move on with her life and draw a line under this traumatic ordeal.”

Previous articleIndie bands to help raise finds for homelessness charity
Next articleAppeal after East Lothian knifepoint robbery