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“Today you’re going to die”: Man’s chilling threats as he repeatedly strangled girlfriend

A man told his girlfriend ‘today you’re going to die’ as he repeatedly strangled her in a horrific attack. Hassan Hussain’s victim – his then-partner – was left unable to breathe and fearing for her life as he told her ‘this is the day I’m going to kill you’, Yorkshire Live reports. He attacked his victim over a two-hour period – then continued the horrific violence the following morning. He only stopped when police were called after a neighbour heard screaming. Bradford Crown Court heard how the woman had been in a relationship with Hussain for just nine months when started trying to control her through his barbaric use of violence. Join our WhatsApp Top Stories and Breaking News group by clicking this link. The 26-year-old first attacked his then-partner on May 9 last year, punching her to the face, grabbing her, throwing her onto a bed. He then strangled her for the first of a number of times. Prosecutor Benjamin Whittingham told the court on Monday (February 12) that on June 2, Hussain turned violent again when the woman ‘wouldn’t let him go through her phone’. Mr Whittingham said: “He strangled her to the point she couldn’t breathe and bashed her head into the wardrobe. “She fell to the floor and he picked her back up and threw her onto the bed. He strangled her again and said ‘this is what cheats get.’ He hit her to the head.” The court heard that the woman was injured and during a video call with friends, they screenshotted the conversation, showing the extent of them. On July 4, Hussain assaulted the woman over a two-hour long period – and continued his attack in the morning. Mr Whittingham said: “In the evening they had been drinking together. He drank a large amount of vodka and had smoked some cannabis and became angry when she refused to let him look through her phone. “He was paranoid about her having contact with an ex and strangled her. He repeatedly told her ‘this is the day I’m going to kill you and that’s what cheats deserve.’ He hit her and pinned her down. “She tried to leave and he came towards her so she went back into the bedroom and he strangled her and said ‘today’s the day you will be dead.’ She believed he wanted to kill her. It lasted until the early hours of the morning and they both fell asleep.” The attack continued in the morning, however, when the woman woke Hussain up so he could avoid a parking ticket, thinking he would be upset if he got one. Mr Whittingham said he then began to assault her. He said: “She thought he would kill her. He grabbed her and threw her to the floor, kicking her and pulling out some of her hair. He strangled her repeatedly and grabbed her neck until her eyes were bulging and she couldn’t breathe. “He would stop for a second and then start again. He said ‘this is your day. Today you’re going to die.’ “He was stopped because a neighbour heard screaming and the police were called and entered the flat.” Hussain was arrested and interviewed during which he answered only ‘no comment.’ It was said he pleaded guilty to controlling and coercive behaviour and two counts of intentional strangulation on the day of his trial. Mitigating, Celine Cart, said Hussain, of Northside Road in Bradford, had no previous convictions. She said: “He has reported to my self and to the probation service that he was heavily using – if not addicted – to cannabis. He has a close-knit family. “He has the support of his parents, grandparents and siblings. Prior to his remand in custody he did help care for his grandfather. “He has been remanded for seven months now. He has sought support and engaged in various programmes. “He is a trusted prisoner and has numerous appraisals and there are no reports of bad behaviour.” Judge Burn jailed Hussain for 42 months – less the time he has already spent on remand. He also made him the subject of a 20-year restraining order, prohibiting him from contacting the victim. Try MEN Premium for FREE by clicking here for no ads, fun puzzles and brilliant new features. Read more of today’s top stories here

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