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Thug who boasted he would get away with assaulting two police women because he’s black is released from jail

A Kenyan immigrant who attacked two policewomen and then boasted that he would get away with it because he was black has been released from jail. Yak Dut attacked the two officers in February 2017, roundhouse kicking one of the women in the face, head and shoulder, forcing her to have surgery. Following his arrest,…


A Kenyan immigrant who attacked two policewomen and then boasted that he would get away with it because he was black has been released from jail.

Yak Dut attacked the two officers in February 2017, roundhouse kicking one of the women in the face, head and shoulder, forcing her to have surgery.

Following his arrest, the 22-year-old reportedly threatened to find out who the “bunch of girls” were who arrested him, happily kick the “s—dogs in the head” and shoot them with their own guns.

Dut, who went on to boast that no magistrate would lock him up because he was black, was soon after charged with a string of other offences, including road rage, threatening to bash a worker at a supermarket, and driving while drunk.

The magistrate however, affirmed Dut’s prediction, handing him a community corrections order to complete 50 hours of unpaid work on top of the two-year correction order for bashing the police officers.

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