Polish-born pianist is found guilty of rape

May 25, 2018 by norman lebrecht


A jury at Manchester Crown Court has found Jace Serafin guilty of raping a woman at the Royal Northern College of Music. The verdict was unanimous. Serafin will be sentenced today.

UPDATE: He received 14 years.

The court was told that Serafin had fled to France ahead of the trial and has not been traced.

Report here.

Comments (4)

  1. Caravaggio says:

    Roman Polanski redux

    1. Gonout Backson says:

      Please, talk about things you know something about.

      1. Bo says:

        What? He is spot on. Please elaborate.

        1. Gonout Backson says:

          No, he’s not. Polanski has been judged, condemned, and he went to prison. He fled when he, his lawyer and the DA discovered that the judge was about to break the deal he had imposed on the parties. As we know now (and as no one knew then), the judge was in league with another DA who dictated him his moves, which makes the whole procedure illegal. To make a very long story (the longest in the history of the Californian justice system) short : four independent jurisdictions, one Swiss and three Polish (including the Supreme Court), rejected the American demand for extradition, as unfounded.

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