BBC documentary uses Argus coverage of Milad Rouf’s acid attack

A DOCUMENTATION about an acid attack, reported by The Argus, has been spotted.

The BBC show, titled Frontline Fightback, follows the story of Milad Rouf, a medical student who, disguised as a woman, poured sulfuric acid on his former girlfriend in Brighton.

Rouf attacked Rym Alaoui with sulfuric acid after she opened the door of their home in Steine ​​Gardens on May 20 – six weeks after the couple split.

The 25-year-old was sentenced to 11 years in prison while Rym, who is in her 20s, suffered life-changing injuries.

The Argus: Rouf dumped his disguise in trash cans across town before buying new clothes from PrimarkRouf disposed of his disguise in trash cans across the city before buying new clothes from Primark

Connor Stringer, a former reporter at The Argus, stars in the 45-minute show, which tells the stories of how Rouf disguised himself as a woman to try and get away with the attack.

The show also details how Rouf dumped his disguise in bins across the city before buying new clothes in Primark and fleeing to his home in Wales.

Meanwhile, the program also showed images of a shopping list detailing his disguise, found during a search of his home.

https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20265554.bbc-documentary-uses-argus-coverage-milad-rouf-acid-attack/?ref=rss BBC documentary uses Argus coverage of Milad Rouf’s acid attack

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