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Man found guilty of sexual interference with a 15-year-old
A convicted killer and drug dealer who once stabbed a man to death using seven different knives has been found guilty of sexually interfering with a 15-year-old girl.
A jury returned their verdict against Sabri Louati on Saturday after three days of deliberations.
Louati was acquitted of charges of sexual assault and invitation to sexual touching.
The now 16-year-old testified Louati drove her to a secluded parking lot on Elmira Drive in the middle of the night last July and had sex with her. She was 15 at the time.
Louati’s lawyer, Joe Addelman, argued during the trial that the teen was infatuated with the 33-year-old Louati and making the story up to impress her friends.
“Clearly the jury rejected a large portion of the 16-year-old’s testimony given the fact that he was acquitted on the sexual assault and sexual touching,” Addelman said Monday.
The Tunisian-born Louati was sentenced to seven years in prison in 1995 after stabbing another teenager 30 times with seven different knives because he was called a “Paki.”
Louati, who was 19 at the time, was originally charged with second-degree murder, but convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter after a Windsor jury heard how he was provoked by a three-month campaign of racial slurs. One of the knives was plunged into Randy Dufour so forcefully one of the blades broke off in his body, which was so badly mangled none of his organs could be donated for transplant. Court heard that in addition to the racial slurs, Dufour had also ridiculed Louati for allegedly masturbating in a washroom during a party.
A date for the sentencing hearing is expected to be set April 8.