Adding to this injustice is the unparalleled sentence Ajay received of 378 years, even though:
Ajay’s story is a tragedy; a family broken, two young sons growing up without their fathers’ love, encouragement and direction. Ajay was a productive tax-paying member of society, having his MS in Engineering, a Professional Engineer for the State of California, a humanitarian who believed in working to unite people around the world; a board member and volunteer for several national and international non-profit organizations (NAFCA, NAGC, ANA, DAC, EJC), most commonly known for raising funds to aid victims of floods and cyclones in Nepal and Bangladesh .
- Ajay volunteered to take a lie detector test right after the accuser filed her complaint and passed.
- No physical evidence.
- No DNA.
- No prior convictions or arrests of any kind – Ajay had a clean record. However, his accuser was convicted of passport fraud and perjury at the age of 22; and admittedly lied on immigration documents to gain immigration benefits.
- At sentencing the judge stated that he did not find Ajay a danger to the public.