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Drifter jailed for murder is the THIRD Lativian to strike in the same area in 11 years

A DRIFTER was yesterday jailed for the sex murder of a mum — the third such killing by a Latvian in the same area in 11 years.

Vadims Ruskuls, 25, pounced on hotel housekeeper Pardeep Kaur, 30, as she walked her usual 40 minute commute to work last October.

Vadims Ruskuls
Vadims Ruskuls was handed a 30-year sentence for murdering mum-of-one Pardeep Kuar
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He attacked her under a motorway bridge in Hayes, West London — where homeless Ruskuls slept with his mother — then left her body on wasteland.

Ruskuls, who had convictions in his homeland for burglary and criminal damage, was caged for at least 30 years at the Old Bailey.

Pardeep Kuar
Pardeep Kuar, 30, was attacked under a motorway bridge in Hayes, west London last October
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Scotland Yard detective Sergeant Nick Miller said afterwards of the “terrifying” case: “Thankfully, stranger killings are incredibly rare in this country.”

But it was the third similar vile attack in an west London ‘triangle’ by a beast from Latvia – population less than 2 million, with 100,0000 nationals living in the UK – since the state joined the European Union in 2004.

Pardeep Kuar
CCTV picked up Pardeep making her usual 40 minute commute to work when she was murdered
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Arnis Zalkalns
In 2014 Latvian convicted killer Arnis Zalkalns murdered schoolgirl Alice Goss
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Alice Goss
14-year-old Alice’s body was found in a river near Hayes
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The murder scene is five miles from where Viktors Dembovskis, 42, raped and stabbed to death A-level student Jeshma Raithatha, 17, in 2005.

In 2014 Arnis Zolkalns, 41, abducted Alice Gross, 14, whose body was found in a river near Hayes.

Viktors Dembovskis
Five miles away, Viktors Dembovskis, 42, raped and stabbed to death A-level student Jeshma Raithatha in 2005
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Andrejs Ritins, whose dad set up London’s Latvian Cultural Centre, said: “I can offer no explanation why these crimes should be in a the same area.

“The Latvian community in those parts is divided into smaller communities, and then there is the loner type who don’t hang about with anyone because they don’t have the personality or something is wrong with them.

“They are scum – they make me cringe.”


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Conservative MP David Davies claimed the three murders should spark an investigation
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Tory MP David Davies said: “It is difficult to know why there have been these three horrendous murders committed by nationals of the same country in a small area.

“It does seem to be more than coincidence. It needs to be investigated.

“The bigger picture is once we have left the European Union there will be no room for serious offenders from outside the EU.”