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West Yorkshire Police have released footage of Turtak being taken into a Leeds police station after he was brought back from his native Slovakia. He fled there after he attacked his victim in Leeds in March.
A Slovakian man who raped a vulnerable 18-year-old woman in Leeds after dragging her from a bus stop and battering her repeatedly with a stone has been jailed for 14 years.
Zdenko Turtak, 22, received the jail term at Leeds Crown Court as part of a 20-year extended sentence after attacking the woman in the Beeston area of the city in March.
His victim was left with severe injuries after she was dragged behind a hedge and battered 18 times with the rock.
A Slovakian man who raped and violently attacked a woman in Leeds is due in court today to be sentenced.
Zdenko Turtak , had pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent and rape, but denied attempted murder.
The 21-year-old was extradited from Slovakia to Britain by West Yorkshire Police. He fled the country after assaulting an 18-year-old woman at a bus stop in Beeston in March.
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The rape and attack of a young woman in the Beeston area of Leeds will have a 'profound' effect on the victim for the rest of her life.