Sudanese UN employee who 'groped a woman's breasts and butt before fleeing police' is freed because of his diplomatic immunity

Mail Online | 10/9/2017 | Ariel Zilber For Dailymail.com
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A Sudanese man who fled police after he allegedly groped a woman in a Manhattan bar early Sunday morning will not face charges because he enjoys diplomatic immunity, it was learned on Monday.

Hassan Salih, 36, is reported to have grabbed a 23-year-old woman’s breasts and buttocks while cavorting at Bar None on Third Avenue, according to the New York Post.

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When the alleged victim complained, the bar’s bouncer grabbed hold of Salih until police could arrive.

During questioning, Salih began running. Officers eventually caught up to him, arrested him, and put him in a police cruiser.

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Salih then produced a diplomatic immunity card.

After investigators confirmed that he was an employee for the United Nations, they had no choice but to let him go free.

Salih - Website - Mission - UN - Officer

Salih is listed on the website of the Sudanese Mission to the UN as a ‘second officer’ –...
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