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The Brisbane District Court was told the majority of the offences occurred in just a few hours on February 26, while the women were catching trains in Brisbane's north.
Prosecutor David Meredith said Bago approached and harassed women who were waiting on the station platform, trying to hug them and asking for drugs.
The court was told Bago had been addicted to alcohol and cannabis at the time, and had also been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder from when he was living in war-torn Sudan. The court heard since these offences he has been living in Toowoomba, where he has been receiving assistance to rehabilitate.
He was sentenced to six months' jail, after which he will be released on probation for two years.
The former student is suing the Government, claiming it was negligent in its duty of care to protect him and failed to carry out adequate checks on Baine's background.
The man also alleges the school failed to investigate suspicious behaviour by Baine which included covering windows and door panels with paper.
Baine, who NZ police believe molested more than 100 young boys after they found a "thesis" he penned about his exploits, taught at two Melbourne schools in the 1960s and 1980s. Pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography (more than 9000 images) with intent to sell or supply and Supplying images. Member of International child pornography ring (********).
News (9-11-2009)- A Sudanese refugee was drunk and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder when he assaulted and groped seven young women who were catching public transport or walking home from work, a court has been told.
Emmanuel Augustino Bago, 26, pleaded guilty today to eight charges including four of sexual assault and one of unlawful stalking.
He would then grope their breasts or crotch before moving on to his next victim.
Mr Meredith said Bago also assaulted one woman on the train, and followed others outside the station as they walked to their cars, or walked home from work.
A writ lodged with the County Court in Melbourne this month states the former student has suffered post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, panic attacks and loss of intimacy in relationships and cannot work because of the abuse.