South Australian man Mohammed Tasleem Tahir jailed for cutting off girlfriend’s tongue

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Adelaide Now:

A SOUTH Australian man who cut off of his ex-girlfriend’s tongue in a jealous rage on the Gold Coast has been jailed for 8-and-a-half years.

Mohammed Tasleem Tahir, 23, pleaded guilty in the Southport District Court to causing grievous bodily harm to his 20-year-old former partner.

Judge Katherine McGinness condemned his attack as “persistent and devastating”.

But due to his youth and lack of violent criminal history she set him parole eligibility from September next year.

Tahir admitted he followed his ex-partner from Adelaide to the Gold Coast in 2010 and confronted her in her apartment on November 13 claiming he wanted to ‘repair’ the relationship.

When she resisted he bashed her with an large, empty Bundaberg Rum bottle and used a knife to cut slits in the corners of her lips and to sever part of her tongue. He then strangled her in the bedroom and only stopped when she played dead.

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6 Replies to “South Australian man Mohammed Tasleem Tahir jailed for cutting off girlfriend’s tongue”

  1. “Barrister Michael Byrne QC said Tahir regretted his actions and had begun attending Muslim prayer sessions five times a day in jail”…..Barrister Byrne is a total dickhead if he thinks attending muslim prayer sessions will make Mad Mohammad a better individual. Didn’t the 9/11 muslim satanic terrorists pray 5x times a day?

  2. Don’t these morons get off lightly?….’because of his youth(23?) Duh! Our Judges are getting stupider and weaker……….nearly all favour the criminal element up before them.

  3. “Judge McGinness rejected an application by the Crown to declare Tahir a serious violent offender.” Judge McGinness is one DISGUSTING piece of trash.

  4. Here is something for you all to contemplate. The Attorney General Jarrod Bleijie, is seeking advise on the sentencing of this matter. If we are all serious with our opinions then we should inbox his office, show that this does not reflect our community’s expectation of what is appropriate. The pen (or in this case email) is mightier than the sword.

    Something to think about.

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