Black sexual predator raped British teen trapped in Peterborough home
The young woman told Embalo to stop but he overpowered her
Towards the end of 2019, Black male, Demba Embalo, 21, raped a British teenage girl he had trapped in his Peterborough home. Despite the girl repeatedly saying no Embalo overpowered and raped her, leaving DNA evidence on the victim’s person later used by police to identify the rapist-of-color.
On Nov 5th Embalo, was arrested suspected of the rape. His DNA was taken by police and found to match that found on the victim.
Initially the young Black man pleaded innocent, calling the DNA evidence a form of witchcraft. In 2021, October 18 he changed his plea to guilty and in January 2023 was sentenced at Huntingdon Law Courts to 3 years 8 months jail and 10 year Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SOPO). A SOPO is an order that can be requested by the police, or court when there is a specific concern about an individual, to prevent them from engaging in a particular activity.
Commending the young British woman for coming forward to report the rape and assist with Police prosecution the judge commented on her maturity and how impressed he was with how she handled it.
‘Embalo was a predator who saw an opportunity in a vulnerable girl.
‘I am pleased he will no longer be a threat.’
Embalo is a surname common to West Africa, particularly Guinea-Bissau.
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