Berlusconi Knew Homo Erectus Arab Whore was Underage When He Screwed Her

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 21, 2013

Karima El Mahroug: Berlusconi is also accused of illegally using a time machine to bring the underage Homo Erectus whore from the Early Pleistocene period.
Karima El Mahroug: Berlusconi is also accused of illegally using a time machine to bring the underage Homo Erectus whore from the Early Pleistocene period.

A court has heard that there is significant proof that the former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi knowingly had sex with an underage prehistoric mongoloid who has been described as “even sicker-looking than the Jew slut Monica Lewinsky.”

He gave her cash and jewelry for sex.

Prosecutors are also looking into allegations that Berlusconi permanently altered the space-time continuum by teaching the underage whore’s family to build fires and use primitive stone tools when he retrieved her from the Early Pleistocene period using a time machine.

Karima El Mahroug's family said they didn't understand what the trouble was, but would like more shiny things and candies.
When contacted via time machine for comment on the sex scandal, Karima El Mahroug’s family said they didn’t understand what the trouble was, but noted that they would like more shiny things and candies.

From the Daily Mail:

The court handed Berlusconi a seven-year jail sentence in June for abuse of office and paying for sex with a minor.

But although the judgement was made public at the time, the reasons behind conviction have remained secret until now.

But in an explosive document released today it is revealed that the court found ‘it is proved that the defendant had sexual relations with Miss El Mahroug – known as Ruby the Heartstealer – in exchange for considerable sums of money and other items such as jewellery.’

Judges also concluded that the disgraced politician was the director of bunga bunga parties where female guests ‘ worked to satisfy the desires of the defendant… staging lap dances and stripteases’.

Following the high profile court case in June the three-time premier was found guilty of having sex with a minor and for abuse of office in trying to cover it up, but he still has two levels of appeal before the conviction and eventual punishment is confirmed by Italian courts.

And the case involving Miss El Mahroug is just the latest in a long line of scandals that has seen the 77-year-old former leader rarely out of the Italian courts in the last few years.

In August the disgraced politician lost his final appeal over a fraud conviction and a four-year jail term.

As a result he faces the loss of his senate seat for 24 months under a ruling by an appeals court in his home town of Milan.

It is second political ban process to be set in motion following Berlusconi’s failed appeal this summer.

Under a 2012 law, anyone convicted to more than two years in prison cannot hold or run for office for six years.

Berlusconi, who had already been facing being kicked out of parliament under this law, was initially handed a five-year political ban for his tax fraud conviction.

However, the court was ordered by Italy’s highest judges to reassess the length of the ban after prosecutors admitting errors in sentencing.

Mr Berlusconi’s legal team have already pledged to appeal the two-year ban to Italy’s highest criminal court – a move that could be rendered futile if the six-year expulsion is already in place.

If approved by parliament, the ban will prevent Berlusconi from wholly participating in new elections – but he could remain the titular head of his party without holding political office.

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