This is definitely not the guy you want as a roommate in your Iowa dormitory...

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Allegedly, this piece of trash told police after he was apprehended that the only reason he stole the victim's earrings is because he thought she was dead. Prosecutors want the court to seize his IDs ad passports as they believe he will likely try to flee the country if he makes bail.

I don't want to be accused of victim blaming here, but what student in their right mind would wear $20,000 earrings around campus?


https://www.1630kcjj.com/2022/05/13...urder-for-april-choking-and-robbery-incident/

A University of Iowa student who was charged with robbery and burglary after allegedly choking a woman to unconsciousness and stealing an expensive pair of earrings now is being charged with attempted murder.

The Daily Iowan also reports that 18-year-old Ali Younes had a history of multiple harassment and assault complaints before the April incident. UI Police documents show the student was accused of stalking, sexual assault and sexual harassment on four separate occasions.

One student claimed that he pressured her into having non-consensual sex with him after he repeatedly asked her to come to his Slater Hall dorm room while she was doing laundry. Younes, a first-year student, was first reported to UI police on October 4th by a different female student who said he sexually harassed her.

The DI reports that Younes’ first roommate, Al Zukowski, reported him to University Housing for assaulting him because he didn’t want to move their fridge to the other side of the room at the time because he was going out with friends. Zukowski told the DI that quite a few of his friends called campus security on him, adding that his whole floor “was pretty scared of him” and “knew that he was dangerous.” Younes reportedly moved to Burge Hall in October.

The incident that landed Younes in jail occurred April 25th. University of Iowa Police received a call about an unconscious female outside Art Building West that night. Younes and the victim were seen on video walking opposite directions from each other on the IMU footbridge. The video allegedly showed Younes turning around and following the woman. Younes is accused of grabbing the woman from behind and tackling her to the ground. He then is seen turning her over and using both hands to strangle her to unconsciousness. While in that state, Younes allegedly removed the woman’s earrings, which are valued at $20,000.

Witnesses interrupted Younes, who claimed that the victim was walking and then passed out. He fled and was arrested at his girlfriend’s house the next day in possession of the stolen earrings.

With the attempted murder charge, Younes faces up to sixty years in prison if convicted on all counts. He remains in the Johnson County Jail on a $350,000 bond.
 

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Wood knot.


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Allegedly, this piece of trash told police after he was apprehended that the only reason he stole the victim's earrings is because he thought she was dead. Prosecutors want the court to seize his IDs ad passports as they believe he will likely try to flee the country if he makes bail.

I don't want to be accused of victim blaming here, but what student in their right mind would wear $20,000 earrings around campus?


https://www.1630kcjj.com/2022/05/13...urder-for-april-choking-and-robbery-incident/

A University of Iowa student who was charged with robbery and burglary after allegedly choking a woman to unconsciousness and stealing an expensive pair of earrings now is being charged with attempted murder.

The Daily Iowan also reports that 18-year-old Ali Younes had a history of multiple harassment and assault complaints before the April incident. UI Police documents show the student was accused of stalking, sexual assault and sexual harassment on four separate occasions.

One student claimed that he pressured her into having non-consensual sex with him after he repeatedly asked her to come to his Slater Hall dorm room while she was doing laundry. Younes, a first-year student, was first reported to UI police on October 4th by a different female student who said he sexually harassed her.

The DI reports that Younes’ first roommate, Al Zukowski, reported him to University Housing for assaulting him because he didn’t want to move their fridge to the other side of the room at the time because he was going out with friends. Zukowski told the DI that quite a few of his friends called campus security on him, adding that his whole floor “was pretty scared of him” and “knew that he was dangerous.” Younes reportedly moved to Burge Hall in October.

The incident that landed Younes in jail occurred April 25th. University of Iowa Police received a call about an unconscious female outside Art Building West that night. Younes and the victim were seen on video walking opposite directions from each other on the IMU footbridge. The video allegedly showed Younes turning around and following the woman. Younes is accused of grabbing the woman from behind and tackling her to the ground. He then is seen turning her over and using both hands to strangle her to unconsciousness. While in that state, Younes allegedly removed the woman’s earrings, which are valued at $20,000.

Witnesses interrupted Younes, who claimed that the victim was walking and then passed out. He fled and was arrested at his girlfriend’s house the next day in possession of the stolen earrings.

With the attempted murder charge, Younes faces up to sixty years in prison if convicted on all counts. He remains in the Johnson County Jail on a $350,000 bond.
Gotta admit he gave a real excuse.

“I only took them because I thought she was dead after I tried to murder her.”
 

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He's pretty much screwed - almost all of it is on surveillance video; witnesses came on the scene as it was happening; he admits most of it; and the victim will testify. No plea bargains here - he'll spend 30 plus years in prison.
 
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I am just getting up to speed on this. How did this psychopath make it through up to this point without someone realizing he was a psycho? Were his parents or school teachers just that lazy they didn't notice that they were realizing an dangerous person into the real world and university environment??

Northwest Iowa's finest for you all. Lock him up and throw away the keys. But if they don't, send him back to the garbage hole he came from
 
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He's pretty much screwed - almost all of it is on surveillance video; witnesses came on the scene as it was happening; he admits most of it; and the victim will testify. No plea bargains here - he'll spend 30 plus years in prison.
Unless he's connected in Jordan. Then I'm sure there will be some sort of prisoner swap to let him go home.
 
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How the hell was he still in school on April 25 after multiple complaints filed starting practically as soon as he stepped on campus.
It is odd considering at one point in time, the university was so worried about its image that anyone that cried "sexual assault" usually meant suspension at the very least for the accused, regardless of what really happened..............
 

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