Akinwale Arobieke : biography
Akinwale Arobieke (born July 1961), known locally in North West England as Purple Aki apparently due to being "so black that he is purple",http://www.sevenstreets.com/15470/akinwale-arobieke-purple-aki/or Akie, pronounced either Ackey or Ay-key is a convicted criminal from Liverpool, United Kingdom. Arobieke is a tall bodybuilder who weighs . His criminal activities are sexually motivated, a fact which was recognised in 2006 by Liverpool Magistrates' Court, when Merseyside Police successfully applied to them for a Sexual Offences Prevention Order.
Muscle touching ban
Arobieke was released on licence from prison on 26 October 2006. Unusually, Merseyside police applied to Liverpool Magistrates' Court for an interim Sexual Offences Prevention Order against him, although he was never convicted of a sex offence. Under the terms of the order, Arobieke was banned from touching, feeling or measuring muscles, asking people to do squat exercises in public, entering the towns of St Helens, Warrington or Widnes, without police permission and loitering near schools, gyms or sports clubs. The ban was later overturned as "draconian" but remained in force after a successful appeal by police.
On 25 May 2007 Arobieke approached a man in a shopping centre in Preston and commented upon the size of his biceps before "touching them without permission". He was arrested shortly afterward on suspicion of breaching his Sexual Offences Prevention Order, and remanded in custody.
He was later convicted of breaching this order and jailed for a further 15 months, with the muscle touching ban being made permanent.
In late 2008 Arobieke approached a 17-year-old in Birkenhead and asked to feel his biceps. By doing so he was in breach of the Sexual Offences Prevention Order (SOPO) which specifically prohibited him from approaching young men and touching their muscles; he was arrested and convicted for this breach of the SOPO, receiving a sentence of 18 months.
In June 2012, Merseyside Police issued a statement denying rumours that Arobieke had died, stating that he remained in prison.
In June of 2012, Arobieke was released from prison after serving his two and a half years sentence he received in the June of 2010.
Early criminal history and now
On Sunday 15 June 1986, a 16-year-old Birkenhead teenager named Gary Kelly was electrocuted at New Brighton railway station, allegedly whilst running away from Arobieke. Arobieke was convicted of his manslaughter, but successfully appealed the conviction on the grounds that he had not acted unlawfully by 'standing on the platform and looking into trains'.R v Arobieke , CA In addition, Arobieke was awarded £35,000 compensation due to alleged racial overtones in the prosecution case. The People, 16 March 1997
He appeared in court on 22 November 2001, pleading not guilty to fifty counts of indecent assault and harassment against fourteen teenage boys between February 1995 and September 2000. He was convicted of threatening behaviour and was jailed for thirty months.Liverpool Daily Post, 23rd November 2001.
Released in 2003, Arobieke resumed his activities and was quickly arrested and charged with fifteen counts of harassment and sexual assault. During the course of the trial 123 people were interviewed by police, including one family who were forced into the Witness Protection Programme as a result of threats from Arobieke. This led to Arobieke being additionally charged with witness intimidation. On 15 December 2003 he was jailed for six years by Preston Crown Court, pleading guilty to the charges. When sentencing Arobieke, Judge Slinger said: "You are a danger to young men and your behaviour is both strange and obsessive". After the case, Detective Superintendent Mike Dale commented as follows: "Over the years Akinwale Arobieke has been persistent in his pursuit and harassment of a number of young men, instilling fear into them. We are pleased with the sentencing. Most importantly it's to the credit of the witnesses, who despite their fears and apprehensions, have remained steadfast and determined to see justice done and this man prosecuted to stop him from making other people's lives a misery."
Muscle touching ban appeal
In July 2008 Arobieke was unsuccessful in trying to overturn the 'muscle touching ban' at one point 'behaving erratically' just before court. During the court case, details of Arobieke's "stalker’s manual" were disclosed; a book Arobieke had compiled that was "full of details about victims' body measurements, contact numbers and families." It was alleged that Arobieke would "do research into his victim, confronting them with such details as their father's car registration number or sibling's place of education.
During the court case DC Andrew Rowlings told how "Arobieke became sexually aroused while forcing terrified young men to perform "inverted piggybacks" – ordering them to squat so he could lean over their backs with his face by their buttocks and his genitalia on their necks, while squeezing their quad muscles". During the court case Arobieke made an apology to his victims and admitted that he was "infamous, notorious, everything from a bogeyman to whatever."
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