Belal Hajeid, member of the Skaf rape gang, served over 14 years in prison following attacks on two teenage girls in 2000. In June 2002, Hajeid was sentenced for 10 offenses in relation to the attacks and was released on parole in 2016.
Hajeid was ordered to pay his victim $100,000 in compensation, but a tribunal later dropped that figure to $6,000.
Channel 9’s A Current Affair tracked down Hajeid, now a council worker, and asked if he would apologise to the woman he raped.
“Mate, what am I sorry about?” Hajeid replied. “I’ve done my time.”
You can watch the full report below.
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