Haider Ali, who fled to Pakistan midway through the 2017 trial,...

Haider Ali, who fled to Pakistan midway through the 2017 trial,...
Haider Ali, who fled to Pakistan midway through the 2017 trial,...

A former ACT officer who fled to Pakistan in the middle of his first trial was convicted of three sexual offenses, including rape. The 38-year-old Haider Ali faced four charges in 2017 – a count of sexual intercourse without consent and three acts of indecency. The day he was due to take a stand and testify in his trial, he boarded a flight to before traveling on to Pakistan. After two years on the run, he was extradited back to Australia from the UK in October 2019 and denied bail in ACT Magistrates Court last November. Defense attorney Richard Thomas told the court that Ali returned to Pakistan during the trial because his father was seriously ill and later died. But he admitted there was no question that Ali had made the wrong choice to go in the middle of the process. In Ali’s absence, the 2017 jury acquitted him of an act of indecency, but they could not agree on a verdict on the other three charges. Ali pleaded guilty to failing to appear in court. His second trial began last Tuesday when the court heard the charges stemmed from a run-in with Ali’s former colleague on October 9, 2016. The coworker gave evidence that she met Ali in Mooseheads one night in Canberra.She and a friend later agreed that he could share their Uber to take to his friend’s house. READ MORE: The woman said her friend told Ali to sleep on the couch in her Spence house, but later that morning she woke up to Ali with her tongue lowered [her] Neck “in a guest room. She said he squeezed her chest despite her protests, entered her digitally and tried to pull her pants down before talking to a friend on the phone and leaving the house shortly after. “I just kept saying,” No, ‘he always said again, ‘nobody has to know,’ “the woman told the police.” I just panicked and had to get out of there. “Ali denied the two acts of indecency and the number of rapes. In Mr. Thomas’ opening speech, he told the jury, “In short, Mr. Ali proves nothing happened.” “You could think about the level of poisoning, if anything could have happened,” said Mr. Thomas. On Monday the jury Ali was found guilty. Judge David Mossop said he would instruct the registrar to list Ali for conviction in the coming months.

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October 12, 2020 – 2.45 p.m.

A former ACT officer who fled to Pakistan in the middle of his first trial was convicted of three sexual offenses, including rape.

38-year-old Haider Ali faced four charges in 2017 – one count of sexual intercourse without consent and three indecency.

The day he was due to take a stand and testify in his trial, he boarded a flight to Dubai before traveling on to Pakistan.

Defense attorney Richard Thomas told the court that Ali returned to Pakistan during the trial because his father was seriously ill and later died.

But he admitted there was no question that Ali had made the wrong choice to go in the middle of the process.

In Ali’s absence, the 2017 jury acquitted him of an act of indecency, but they could not agree on a verdict on the other three charges.

Ali pleaded guilty to failing to appear in court.

The colleague gave evidence that she had met with Ali in Mooseheads one night in Canberra, and she and a friend later agreed that he could share their Uber to leave with his friend.

The woman said her friend told Ali to sleep on the couch in her Spence house, but later that morning she woke up to Ali with her tongue lowered [her] Neck “in a guest room.

She said he squeezed her chest despite her protests, entered her digitally and tried to pull her pants down before calling a friend and walking out shortly afterwards.

“I kept saying ‘no’, he kept saying ‘nobody has to know,'” the woman told the police.

“I just panicked and had to get out of there.”

Ali denied the two acts of indecency and the number of rapes.

In Mr. Thomas’ opening speeches, he said to the jury: “In short, Mr. Ali proves that nothing has happened.”

“You could think about the level of poisoning, whether something could have happened,” said Mr. Thomas.

On Monday, the jury found Ali guilty.

Judge David Mossop said he would instruct the registrar to list Ali for conviction in the coming months.

Haider Ali was found guilty of rape and two indecency charges in the ACT Supreme Court on Monday. Image: Karleen Minney

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