Zim Man Serving 25-year Prison Term In Britain Gets 1 Year More

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Zim Man Serving 25-year Prison Term  In Britain Gets 1 Year More

A man originally from Zimbabwe, who threatened a woman via mobile phone from prison has had another year added to his 25-year sentence.

36-year old Farai Kambarami was originally sentenced to 25 years in prison for attempted murder. He then called the victim of the initial sentence from prison and threatened to kill her.

The one year sentence will run concurrently to the 25-year sentence he is currently serving.

Investigating officer Detective Sergeant Vince Higgins, of Milton Keynes Force CID, had this to say:

This offence was extremely distressing for the victim in the case as she had already gone through the original harrowing ordeal.

I am so glad that she again had the strength to pursue this complaint and we were able to convict Kambarani for these further offences.

We have pursued this offence to show that even if people do go to prison for a very long time the law will still apply to you and we will prosecute those who continue to commit offences.

We hope that this outcome helps to give the victim as much comfort and support as possible.




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