Man charged over assaulting Rayleigh teen in her own home

Man charged over assaulting Rayleigh teen in her own home

Man charged over assaulting Rayleigh teen in her own home

First published in Local News

A man has been charged with wounding with intent and assault by beating following an assault on a teenager in Rayleigh on Saturday.

Halil Cetinkayali, 28, of Amersham Avenue, London was arrested on Saturday following the assault of a 19-year-old woman in the early hours of the morning in her own home on Grove Road.

Cetinkayali has been remanded in custody to appear before Southend Magistrates Court on Tuesday April 29.

The victim was taken to Southend Hospital for treatment to multiple injuries to her head and body but was later discharged.

 

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10:25am Tue 29 Apr 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 14

11:59am Tue 29 Apr 14

pembury53 says...

LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
that's 'south european', apparently.....
[quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]that's 'south european', apparently..... pembury53
  • Score: 3

12:41pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Gaz Michaels says...

LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)?

I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim.

PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
[quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish. Gaz Michaels
  • Score: -17

1:04pm Tue 29 Apr 14

pembury53 says...

Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
many people are concerned about where the perpetrator comes from, because if down to immigrants, it's a crime that otherwise wouldn't have happened..... we have enough scum of our own, without importing thousands more.....
[quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]many people are concerned about where the perpetrator comes from, because if down to immigrants, it's a crime that otherwise wouldn't have happened..... we have enough scum of our own, without importing thousands more..... pembury53
  • Score: 14

1:49pm Tue 29 Apr 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)?

I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim.

PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
Ahh ok so its Turkish..what a delight.

Ta.
[quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]Ahh ok so its Turkish..what a delight. Ta. DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 4

5:54pm Tue 29 Apr 14

niki-loo says...

Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)?

I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim.

PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
closet racism at its best......did you not realise that crime would dissappear if "these immigrants" went home........nope me neither.
[quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]closet racism at its best......did you not realise that crime would dissappear if "these immigrants" went home........nope me neither. niki-loo
  • Score: -3

6:16pm Tue 29 Apr 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

"racism", which race exactly is being discriminated against here? And in which way is race the factor of said discrimination. I eagerly await your clarification, i mean it can't simply be that you are simply a left-wing bigot now could it
"racism", which race exactly is being discriminated against here? And in which way is race the factor of said discrimination. I eagerly await your clarification, i mean it can't simply be that you are simply a left-wing bigot now could it LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 3

6:37pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Kim Gandy says...

pembury53 wrote:
Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
many people are concerned about where the perpetrator comes from, because if down to immigrants, it's a crime that otherwise wouldn't have happened..... we have enough scum of our own, without importing thousands more.....
Now that is a view I entirely concur with.

Now, cue resident self loather This Year...to take a break from advanced curtain twitching to come and give us all the usual predictable diatribe on racism.

Unless of course he is already here under yet another pseudonym.
[quote][p][bold]pembury53[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]many people are concerned about where the perpetrator comes from, because if down to immigrants, it's a crime that otherwise wouldn't have happened..... we have enough scum of our own, without importing thousands more.....[/p][/quote]Now that is a view I entirely concur with. Now, cue resident self loather This Year...to take a break from advanced curtain twitching to come and give us all the usual predictable diatribe on racism. Unless of course he is already here under yet another pseudonym. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 3

7:25pm Tue 29 Apr 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

Closet racism niki-loo? Well I'm sure that the Police collect crime statistics on a demographic/ ethnic basis a la census - what are the facts? I've no idea but certainly an impression.
Closet racism niki-loo? Well I'm sure that the Police collect crime statistics on a demographic/ ethnic basis a la census - what are the facts? I've no idea but certainly an impression. GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 2

8:11am Wed 30 Apr 14

pembury53 says...

niki-loo wrote:
Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
closet racism at its best......did you not realise that crime would dissappear if "these immigrants" went home........nope me neither.
what a stupid comment ! the crime they commit obviously would disappear wouldn't it...... do you not think the justice system has enough to do already ? do you think the that the nearly 20% of the prison population that are foreign is because the justice system is racist ?
[quote][p][bold]niki-loo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]closet racism at its best......did you not realise that crime would dissappear if "these immigrants" went home........nope me neither.[/p][/quote]what a stupid comment ! the crime they commit obviously would disappear wouldn't it...... do you not think the justice system has enough to do already ? do you think the that the nearly 20% of the prison population that are foreign is because the justice system is racist ? pembury53
  • Score: 1

8:51am Wed 30 Apr 14

JohnMatrix666 says...

Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)?

I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim.

PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
Yet another muslim attacking an English girl.
Wake up girls!
No matter what the left wing media tell you, we are not all the same
[quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]Yet another muslim attacking an English girl. Wake up girls! No matter what the left wing media tell you, we are not all the same JohnMatrix666
  • Score: -1

6:35pm Wed 30 Apr 14

BMNO6 says...

" out on bail" Well you will not see him again, off to Turkey to find another victim. Fact, hope the young lady makes a full recovery and learns a very serious lesson, they do not like us infadels, another fact.
" out on bail" Well you will not see him again, off to Turkey to find another victim. Fact, hope the young lady makes a full recovery and learns a very serious lesson, they do not like us infadels, another fact. BMNO6
  • Score: -1

10:36am Thu 1 May 14

mike.Ockhurtz says...

Let's hope they throw the book at him. Then again with our soft judges..
Let's hope they throw the book at him. Then again with our soft judges.. mike.Ockhurtz
  • Score: 1

1:08pm Thu 1 May 14

happypills says...

BMNO6 wrote:
" out on bail" Well you will not see him again, off to Turkey to find another victim. Fact, hope the young lady makes a full recovery and learns a very serious lesson, they do not like us infadels, another fact.
The **** is NOT 'out on bail'. What he did to her was appaling and hopefully he will be put away for a long time. She is part of my family and as I said previously on the other article there is no way she deserved this and with her small child next door it is horrendous to think what could have happened to her.
[quote][p][bold]BMNO6[/bold] wrote: " out on bail" Well you will not see him again, off to Turkey to find another victim. Fact, hope the young lady makes a full recovery and learns a very serious lesson, they do not like us infadels, another fact.[/p][/quote]The **** is NOT 'out on bail'. What he did to her was appaling and hopefully he will be put away for a long time. She is part of my family and as I said previously on the other article there is no way she deserved this and with her small child next door it is horrendous to think what could have happened to her. happypills
  • Score: 2

1:12pm Thu 1 May 14

happypills says...

Gaz Michaels wrote:
LinfordsLunchbox wrote:
I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story
"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)?

I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim.

PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.
Thank you Gaz Michaels, you are so right everyone does seem more concerned about where the hell this physco came from rather than his god awful crime or the girl.

Whether they knew each other or not bears no bloody relivance either. Look at the amount of british white women that get beaten by their british white husbands/boyfriends. She is a lovely girl and is a fantastic mum, he was a jealous, overbearing idiot who i hope gets locked up for a very long time!!
[quote][p][bold]Gaz Michaels[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]LinfordsLunchbox[/bold] wrote: I could guess the name would be a mish-mash of vowels & consonants before i even clicked the story[/p][/quote]"Could guess"? Would it not be more accurate to say you were hoping it was a foreign-sounding name so you could come on here and make some smug comment about the accused predictably being (of) foreign (descent)? I find it fascinating how some people seem to be much more concerned about where the perpetrator comes from rather than the crime or the poor flippin' victim. PS Think you'll find the "mish-mash of vowels and consonants" as you so ignorantly put it, is Turkish.[/p][/quote]Thank you Gaz Michaels, you are so right everyone does seem more concerned about where the hell this physco came from rather than his god awful crime or the girl. Whether they knew each other or not bears no bloody relivance either. Look at the amount of british white women that get beaten by their british white husbands/boyfriends. She is a lovely girl and is a fantastic mum, he was a jealous, overbearing idiot who i hope gets locked up for a very long time!! happypills
  • Score: 2

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