Dewsbury’s wife drummer blamed fictional gang of men for bloody attack
A woman who attacked his wife and made up a story that a gang of white men attacked her while she was visiting the store has been jailed.
Mir Hussain’s bloodied and battered wife was found by medics and police on the floor at the couple’s home in Dewsbury on December 5, 2020.
The lie concocted to cover up the 46-year-old’s violent attack on his wife was also advanced by his son and his own victim, Leeds Crown Court has learned.
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However, it quickly became apparent that the assault had taken place indoors due to the lack of blood outside the property.
A blood soaked sweater was found in the washing machine and Hussain was also wearing two pairs of pants, including a bloodstained jogging bottoms.
During a 999 call to the ambulance service, it was suspected that Hussain’s wife had broken bones, but luckily, this was not the case.
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However, she suffered injuries to her neck, wrists, back and face.
The court heard that she was taken to hospital by ambulance, she begged the medics not to hit her, indicating what had happened in the house that evening.
She was found to have pain and swelling in her jaw and cheek as well as a cut on her upper lip.
When Hussain was arrested, he threatened his neighbors who then told police about an argument that had taken place before the assault.
Hussain’s wife would be vulnerable as her citizenship in the UK depended heavily on her husband and she was loyal to him.
She also took care of him as he struggled with mental health issues.
Hussain, of Vulcan Close, admitted one count of assault causing actual bodily harm and was sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Judge Mushtaq Khokar told him, “You are 46 years old. It’s time for you to learn to behave and treat your partner. What example do you give your son?
“Make sure you don’t behave that way again. Next time it will be a longer sentence.
A restraining order was also imposed prohibiting Hussain from contacting some of his neighbors.
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