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10yrs for man who raped daughter of woman he was going to marry
PETALING JAYA: He was all set to marry the woman but 10 days before the wedding, he raped her 15-year-old daughter.

Former Taman Aman Umno branch secretary Hamdan Ahadluddin, 49, was jailed 10 years and ordered to be whipped six times after he was found guilty of raping the teenager at her home in Lembah Subang on Jan 21, 2005.

The widower, who was a machine operator, was also sentenced to another six years in jail for attempted rape at the same house in November 2004.

His jail terms are to run concurrently from the date of his arrest on Feb 7, 2005. Sessions Judge Rozina Ayob also rejected Hamdan’s application for a stay of execution pending appeal.

The girl lodged a complaint after her 45-year-old mother, an Umno executive secretary, found out about the rape. The wedding was promptly called off.

Hamdan would have been the third husband to the woman, a widow. It is understood that the girl, now 19, is a child from her first marriage.

Hamdan and the woman met after they worked at the same office and when they started going out, he visited her home several times and met the girl.

At the court Friday, DPP Shah Rizal Abdul Manan pressed for a deterrent sentence, saying that Hamdan’s actions had traumatised the girl and ruined her life.

“She will remember this for the rest of her life,” he said, adding that the court should send a clear message to society.

Pleading for leniency, Hamdan, who represented himself, urged the court to consider the fact that he was a first offender, a diabetic and was remorseful of his actions.

In sentencing Hamdan, Rozina said she found that the defence had failed to raise any reasonable doubt in the prosecution’s case.

Rozina ruled that the defence was an “afterthought and mere denial.”

She also held that Hamdan had failed to established his alibi although he said he was at his workplace during the time of the offences.

There was no evidence to support his contention on his alibi, the judge ruled.