Showing posts with label rape jihad. Show all posts
Showing posts with label rape jihad. Show all posts
Saturday, 21 December 2013

Regular readers will recall the recent incident in Sweden in which a Somali was caught raping a dead woman. (See posts here and here.) Contrary to expectations, the Swedish court decided to deport him, although apparently he'll be allowed to return after 10 years!
First of all prosecutor Daniel Jonsson did not want to insist on the deportation of the 34-year-old Somali Abdi Hakim Ali, who had raped a dying woman in the garage of the Sheraton hotel in Stockholm. But after Friatider articles about the incident, the 34-year-old has now been deported anyway.

Hakim Ali was sentenced to five years in prison for rape, theft, aggravated theft, attempted theft, shoplifting and violation of knife law. He was acquitted, however of violating the peace of the grave, with which he was also charged, as it is impossible to determine exactly when the woman he raped died.

The district court also decided to deport Hakim Ali, who is forbidden to return to Sweden in the next ten years.
Source: Friatider
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
Investigation officers of the Inca Guardia Civil arrested a 38-year-old Moroccan accused of raping a 19-year old girl in a pub in Inca.

Recently, a young girl who lives in the neighbourhood was in the Bar Studi having a few beers. Then she started to feel unwell. For that reason the owner of the establishment had her lie down on a couch that was in one of the adjacent rooms and went on serving drinks to the rest of the customers, while he kept watch on the girl regularly. Thinking it was just a faintness, he decided not to alert an ambulance.

The girl then lapsed into unconsciousness and remembers nothing of what happened, according to the Guardia Civil. At a certain moment, the owner of the bar noticed that there were six men in the bar, all of them of Moroccan nationality, and that around 3 in the morning, one of them had disappeared.

Quickly he went to the adjacent room and saw that the Moroccan, whom he did not know but had seen a few times in his bar, was on his knees with his trousers down, penetrating the girl, who was lying unconscious on the couch. So he grabbed the man and threw him out of the place. He then accompanied the victim home.

Hours later, the girl came to hospital and filed the appropriate complaint in the headquarters of the Guardia Civil.

From then the investigation section got involved and was able to find the possible perpetrator, who was a 38-year-old Moroccan with multiple previous offences.

At the moment of his arrest, the criminal tried to flee and it was necessary to use the force strictly required to subdue him and cut off his possible escape routes.

The investigation was very complicated because in Inca the secretiveness of the Moroccan population based in the city is very high. They do not want to cooperate with state security agencies and hide possible criminals.

Friday, 6 December 2013

Swedish police are alarmed about the growth of gang rapes among adolescents, some of them filmed or photographed, as a trial opens in Stockholm today. Three adolescents are accused of having raped a young girl, whose age has not been revealed, in a wood in the capital city.

The number of similar cases worries the inspector of police Moni Winsens. "It involves very young adolescents. They are 14, 15. One girl was only 12. It happens in front of their friends, who may even film it and take photos" with their mobile phones, she said. According to the policewoman, "the girl doesn't dare to say no" and can then be blackmailed by her attackers who threaten to disseminate the images.

Since the beginning of the year, Stockholm has seen almost 1,600 cases of sexual attacks involving minors, compared to 1,301 in 2012. The Swedish courts have judged 466 cases with a victim of between 15 and 17 in 2012, almost twice that of the previous year.
Source: Le Figaro Via:

Thursday, 28 November 2013
A 34-year-old man from Somalia accused of raping a dying woman in a garage in Stockholm. According to the prosecutor died the woman during the rape, but the man chose to continue the abuse. Prosecution has also been brought for breaching the peace of the grave.

It was early in the morning of 27 September. Police received an alarm that the two men were having intercourse with a woman who was completely unconscious on the floor of a parking garage under the Sheraton Hotel in Vasagatan in Stockholm.

When police arrived at the scene they found a 34 year old man from Somalia, who was in the midst of an anal intercourse with the woman. Police checked the woman's pulse and found that she was dead.

The man was arrested by police and detained two days later by the Stockholm District Court, on suspicion of aggravated rape. The prosecutor had asked for him to be arrested for murder, but the district court found that the evidence for the suspicion was not strong enough.

Now the 34-year-old is charged with rape and crimes against the peace of the grave. According to the indictment, the woman was alive but helpless on the ground, such as from the influence of drugs and alcohol, when the man began anal intercourse with her. The prosecution alleges that the woman died during the sexual intercourse and the man then proceeded to have sex with the dead body.

The "[34 year old] has ... performed sexual acts after [the woman] had died and therefore certainly affronted the body of [the woman]," the prosecutor in that part of the description of the act relating to the crime of disturbing the peace of the grave.

The accused man denies that he was guilty of rape. According to him, there was voluntary sexual intercourse between him and the woman.

But that explanation does not hold, says the prosecutor who indicted the 34-year-old.

- She is dying and the influence of various products so I think that she cannot give consent to voluntary sexual intercourse. She is in a vulnerable situation that allows this to be classified as a rape, said prosecutor Daniel Jonsson to Fria Tider.

At the autopsy, it was found that the woman had alcohol, traces of cocaine and various prescription drugs in her body when she died. There were no signs of external violence, according to Daniel Jonsson, who explains that the cause of death is listed as an "abuse-related accident" in the autopsy report. The woman may have died from a combination of the influence of drugs and the fact that she was in generally poor physical condition.

The other man who witnesses saw at the site has been cleared of suspicion, because the prosecutor believes that there is not sufficient evidence to charge him with any crime.

The 34-year-old is also being prosecuted for another similar rape that allegedly occurred on 13 August. At that point, the man targeted a woman who, according to the prosecution, was in a vulnerable position because of "sleep and intoxication."
Source: Via: Avpixlat
Saturday, 9 November 2013
In only two nights a 22-year-old asylum-seeker in Bern attacked nine women. He attacked on of them while she was jogging and pushed her into the Aare [tn: a river]. Now the man is in front of the court.

He cannot remember. At least that's what he claims. "I don't know any more. I was drunk." The 22-year-old accused repeated this sentence whenever he had tied himself up in contradictions and these were pointed out by the presiding judge.

He cannot remember. But the nine women remember very clearly what the man, an asylum-seeker from Morocco, did to them in the early morning hours and in the nights of 12 and 13 May 2012. In the worst case the man forced his way into the residence of an unknown woman in Bern and forced his victim to perform oral sex. Initially he wanted to attack the daughter of the victim. Because the girl defended herself so vigorously, he assaulted the mother. The daughter had to watch it all. The man threatened both women with a pair of scissors. He forced himself into the residence, because "the door was open".

...Another woman had the misfortune to encounter the accused as she was jogging close to the Lorrainbad. She, too, was threatened by the man with a broken bottle. The woman ran away from him but he caught her. In the end the accused pushed her into the Aare [river]. According to the charge sheet, the water was 10 degrees cold. The presiding judge wanted to know why he had done this. "The woman insulted me," said the accused. The other women had also insulted or attacked him, he claimed.
Source: International Business Times Via: EuropeNews

Tuesday, 15 October 2013
"In our well-ordered country (Sweden), the police reported 6,203 cases of rape in 2012. That is 17 rapes a day. But scientists estimate that about 80 percent of rapes are not reported to the police. We thus have 50 rapes a day."
Source: GT
Wednesday, 11 September 2013
"Within 20 minutes the 21-year-old man tried to rape two women in Oslo. The young women were rescued by passers-by who disturbed him.

Now the man who came from Somalia to Norway in 2008 has been found guilty of two rape attempts. The man was previously sentenced to a year in prison for having assaulted and taken a stranglehold of three young women in various public places in the city center."
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
At least three raps in one year in the same town. The series of crimes in Noisy-le-Grand (Seine-Saint-Denis) seems to have been committed by members of the gang "Candy Shop", according to initial information gathered by the police. Put under surveillance by the intelligence services, this violent group frequents La Défense (Hauts-de-Seine) or the Gare du Nord (10th district).

The phenomenon, like that of "tournantes" [gang rapes], is not new. Most of the time, the crimes committed by the "jeunes" remain confined to incivilities, attacks on law enforcement, brawls, deals in housing estates or trafficking of any kind.

But a particularly disturbing practice was detected by the specialised police services when monitoring the gangs. "With some of them, generally the most structured, we got back some information on the ground indicating their possible involvement in rapes, explains division commissioner Christian Hirsoil, sub-director of the general information service in the Central Directoratte of Public Security. "As it relates to an initiation rite, the "jeune" has to attack, catch and rape a young woman," he continues, without being able to link what is happening in Noisy-le-Grand with these practices.
Source: 20 Minutes

For those who don't know, Seine-Saint-Denis is a massively Muslim-colonised area. In fact, it is has the highest immigrant density of any area in France.
Saturday, 19 January 2013
The captors of Irene Ayllón, the young mentally handicapped woman kidnapped and sexually assaulted by the "okupas" of a building in the Malaga capital, took turns guarding her to prevent her from escaping. They did not even hesitate to resort to violence to keep her submissive and it has been determined that they had an "extensive policy history".

The investigations of the Homicide Group of the Malaga Provincial Police are continuing to clarify an investigation with extremely unpleasant elements. When reconstructing what occurred during the five days that elapsed between the disappearance of the young woman and her liberation, the agents were able to add a new piece to the puzzle. According to sources close to the case, the young woman was approached by the persons arrested around the Huelin park area, from where they took her "by force" to an "occupied" building located in Marqués de Valdeflores street in the capital of Malaga. One aspect of what they are working on now is to know when this happened because, despite the fact that the police think it took place last Thursday, the victim has problems of temporal perception and has not been able to be more specific about it.

Another aspect that the investigators have raised to the category of certainty is that Irene suffered repeated sexual assaults during her captivity. This has been demonstrated by a "solid" account in which she discussed unpleasant details of her captivity and which it is believed could not have been invented by someone with her handicap. This declaration has to be balanced against the contrary fact that the medical examination carried out did not find any obvious signs of rape, such as internal tears or other injuries. The sources mentioned make it clear that everything points to the fact that the young woman, 24, because of her mental handicap and the intimidation of her captors, did not resist.

The investigation is now trying to determine how many of the persons arrested participated in the sexual assaults and who approached her in the park. One fact that it has been possible to establish from the police database is that the people arrested - six men and one woman of North African origin - have an "extensive criminal record" for various crimes.

The key to the resolution of the kidnapping was an "okupa" of the building who, on passing through the flats where the persons arrested were living, thought he saw a woman who looked like Irene and who was being beaten.
Source: H/T: Maria José
Wednesday, 19 December 2012

This from sa Pobla in Mallorca, Spain.
The president of the Islamic Association Ibno Mazigh of sa Pobla, Bagdad Haddouti, yesterday morning filed a complaint with the local police related to the appearance of threatening graffiti that appeared on the local mosque.

The Muslim spokesman, in his statement to Ultima Hora [newspaper] demonstrated the concern of his community about the incidents that have occurred. "We are a peaceful people and the convivencia in sa Pobla has been as it should. Yesterday morning graffiti appeared and we are very worried. They drew an image of an explosive device and wrote the word 'bomb'. They also marked the entrance to the mosque with an 'x' on the ground," he concludes.
Source: Ultima Hora H/T: Maria José

The incident is a follow-on to this:
The decision of the presiding judge of Palma's Youth Court No. 1 to release the two minors, of Moroccan nationality, accused of raping an adolescent of the same age has turned Pobla into a powderkeg.

...The investigation was carried out by agents of the Judicial Police of the Guardia Civil and, according to sources close to the case, the report of the forensic scientist who explored the victim was devastating.

After a hearing lasting a few hours, the judge ordered the absolution of the two accused, despite the public prosecutor maintaining his request for condemnation in his written accusation statement.

There was not long to wait for the news and the reactions. A large group of fathers of the institution where the accused minors study publicly demonstrated its intention of no longer bringing its children to the educational centre if the two Moroccans come to class.

In fact, the local police in sa Pobla and the Guardia Civil have reinforced their presence and vigilance.

The victim, of German nationality, is now in Germany, but a large part of the pupils, parents and neighbours in the local area do not agree with the judicial decision.

Tension in the local area has increased since the news was known. Work on the ground at street level has been key to controlling feelings, which are running very high. In fact, the officers have had to intervene in the matter and protect the physical intergrity of those concerned.
For the moment is it is not known when the accused will return to their classes.

When they do so, they will have to be escorted by officers of the local police and Guardia Civil to avoid a possible lynching.

...The events go back to the night of Halloween, when the two 15-year-old minors took the girl to an area of waste ground, leapt on her, tied her up and raped her. The involvement of a third party and the passive role of a fourth person is also being investigated.
Source: Ultima Hora H/T: Maria José
Friday, 12 October 2012

I posted about this incident before here. Most of the suspects were acquitted and those who weren't received derisory punishments. Of course this Guardian report leaves out the fact that the victims were European indigenes while the perpetrators were, shall we say, unlikely to have any Asterix genes in their DNA.
Ten French men have been acquitted and four have received short sentences over the gang-rape of teenage girls in a trial described by one of the victims' lawyers as a "judicial shipwreck".

In a case that has shocked France and cast a light on a culture of youth sexual violence, two women now in their twenties said that as teenagers they had endured months of almost daily gang-rapes by scores of men in Fontenay-sous-Bois outside Paris. The case was seen as the tip of the iceberg of a wider problem of gang-rapes by youths on poor estates.

After a four-week trial, four of the accused were found guilty of taking part in gang-rapes but 10 were acquitted. Those found guilty were handed sentences that ranged from three years' suspended sentence to one year in prison. Because of time already served on remand, only one man was returned to prison after the verdict.

The sentences were far lighter than those recommended by the state prosecutor, who had called for prison sentences of five to seven years for eight of the men – which was already seen as slight. The court found one of the woman, identified as Nina, was raped, but did not uphold rape allegations against the second, identified as Stephanie.

Clothilde Lepetit, one of the women's lawyers, described the verdicts and sentencing as "a judicial shipwreck" for the women. She denounced what she called the extremely poor handling of the investigation and the judicial failings of the trial.

Another lawyer for the women, Laure Heinich, asked: "What sentence makes sense when one hears that gang-rapists are given a three years suspended sentence?"

The case, which has gripped the country, has highlighted the problems in historic rape investigations where material evidence is lacking and much rests on the women's word. Lawyers for the women said they felt the women's testimony had not been respected during the trial.

Amid surprise at the verdict in France, the justice minister, Christiane Taubira, said there could be grounds to appeal. "Personally, I'm shocked by gang-rapes, by every form of aggression against women and I think we have to create conditions so that the facts are established and those guilty can be effectively identified."

The women's minister, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, said the case had shown that better education on sex and sexuality was needed in schools.

The alleged Fontenay-sous-Bois attacks took place between 1999 and 2001. One night returning from a cinema, aged 16, Nina, described as a tomboy who was good at school, said she was grabbed by a local group of youths, taken to basement cellars in the flats, raped and subjected to a series of brutal sex attacks by scores of local boys. The extremely violent, prolonged sex attacks by large groups of boys continued daily, in car-parks, stairwells, apartments, cellars and the empty playground of a local nursery school. She said there would be "at least 25" youths present during attacks in which she screamed, protested, cried and vomited. One witness described 50 boys "queuing" to attack her.

Threatened that her flat would be burned down if she spoke out, she was afraid to tell her mother, who noticed she was washing eight to 10 times a day.

The women kept quiet for years about the attacks until 2005, when Nina was left unconscious by one final brutal beating following years of abuse and finally told a female police officer. Psychiatric experts had agreed that both women were the victims of rape. Nina has put on 70kg (11 stone) since the attacks, describing the weight-gain as a "shell" behind which to hide. Stephanie attempted to kill herself a few days into the trial, which was held behind closed doors because the defendants were minors at the time of the rapes.

The women were hailed by their lawyers for their bravery in speaking out against a "culture of silence" surrounding sexual violence against girls on estates.

Some of the acquitted men spoke anonymously to French media to say they were relieved at the verdicts.
Source: Guardian
Monday, 24 September 2012
Police files reveal vast child protection scandal
By Andrew Norfolk

Confidential police reports and intelligence files that reveal a hidden truth about the sale and extensive use of English children for sex are exposed today.

They show that for more than a decade organised groups of men were able to groom, pimp and traffic girls across the country with virtual impunity. Offenders were identified to police but not prosecuted.

A child welfare expert, speaking under condition of anonymity, said that agencies’ reluctance to tackle such street-grooming networks was “the biggest child protection scandal of our time”.

The Times has published several articles about a pattern of crimes across northern England and the Midlands involving groups of men, largely of Pakistani heritage, and the sexual abuse of white girls aged from 12 to 16.

We can now reveal evidence from more than 200 restricted-access documents, which show that, in one area, police and child protection agencies have held extensive knowledge of this crime model for ten years, yet have never publicly acknowledged its existence.

The internal police and social services correspondence, research papers, intelligence reports and case files are a detailed history of alleged child sexual exploitation in South Yorkshire since 2000, focusing on Rotherham. They include a confidential 2010 report by the police intelligence bureau warning that thousands of such crimes were committed in the county each year.

It contains explosive details about the men responsible for the most serious, co-ordinated abuse. “Possibly the most shocking threat is the existence of substantial and organised offender networks that groom and exploit victims on a worrying scale,” the report says. “Practitioners throughout the force state there is a problem with networks of Asian offenders both locally and nationally. This was particularly stressed in Sheffield and even more so in Rotherham, where there appears to be a significant problem with networks of Asian males exploiting young white females.” Such groups are said to have trafficked South Yorkshire child victims “to many other cities, including Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Bradford and Dover”.

Another confidential 2010 report. for the Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board, noted that such crimes had “cultural characteristics . . . which are locally sensitive in terms of diversity”.

It said: “There are sensitivities of ethnicity with potential to endanger the harmony of community relationships. Great care will be taken in drafting . . . this report to ensure that its findings embrace Rotherham’s qualities of diversity. It is imperative that suggestions of a wider cultural phenomenon are avoided.”

Alleged crimes for which no one was prosecuted include:

Fifty-four Rotherham children were linked to sexual exploitation by three brothers from one British Pakistani family, 18 identifying one brother as their “boyfriend” and several allegedly made pregnant by him;

A 14-year-old girl from a loving, supportive family was allegedly held in a flat and forced to perform sex acts on five men, four of them Pakistani, plus a 32-year-old Iraqi Kurd asylum seeker. She gave a filmed police interview and identified her abusers;

One girl, 15, spent days in hospital after a broken bottle was allegedly forced inside her by two young British Pakistani men in a park, causing her to bleed extensively;

A 13-year-old girl was found at 3am with disrupted clothing in a house with a large group of Asian men who had fed her vodka. A neighbour reported the girl’s screams.

Police arrested the child for being drunk and disorderly but did not question the men;
A specialist project’s intelligence report for police identified 61 girls — 59 white, two Asian — linked to sexual exploitation by three brothers from another British Pakistani family. It named 41 associates of the brothers who allegedly used girls for sex.

The confidential documents revealed today suggest a failure by police and social services to protect teenagers and bring charges against their abusers, even when agencies held detailed intelligence about the men and their victims.

They also reveal that one young white girl, known by social services to have been sexually abused by Asian men from the age of 12, was offered language lessons in Urdu and Punjabi by Rotherham council. The aim was “to engage” her in education.

Denis MacShane, MP for Rotherham, said he was appalled that in several meetings with senior South Yorkshire police officers to discuss internal trafficking, “no one has ever revealed or even hinted at the important allegations made by The Times”.

He added: “There’s a culture here of denial and cover-up and a refusal to accept the reality that we have men living in the Rotherham community who treat young girls as objects for their sexual pleasure. It’s time to tell the truth. We must root out this evil.”

In 2002, the confidential report of a Home Office-funded research project considered a series of Rotherham case studies. It criticised police for “in all cases” treating young victims “as deviant and promiscuous” while “the men they were found with were never questioned or investigated”.

There have only been two group prosecutions in South Yorkshire since 1996, when concerns were first raised about grooming networks. Several Iraqi Kurds were charged in Sheffield in 2007 and eight British Pakistanis went on trial in Rotherham in 2010.

Throughout this period, Rotherham council has failed to accept the role of ethnicity and culture in such group offending. Earlier this year, this newspaper revealed how the town’s safeguarding children board censored a report into the murder of a 17-year-old girl to conceal the ethnicity of the British Pakistani men suspected of using her for sex from the age of 11.
Source: The Times (£)
Wednesday, 19 September 2012
Mahamadou Doucouré

For several months, Nina and Stéphanie, aged 15 and 16, were the victims of gang rapes in the cellars of the Fontenay-sous-Bois estate. (…)

Nina was 16 the first time she was raped. She was coming back from the cinema when she was accosted by some boys, barely older than she was: they started hitting her then abusing her. This horror would become her day-to-day experience: for six months, Nina was beaten, raped by several "jeunes" from the estate at the same time, every day. Others watched. They threatened her: if she speaks, they will burn her apartment and attack her little brother.

He wasn't just one of the leaders of the tournantes [gang rapes] "organised" in the Fontenay-sous-Bois estate, but without doubt the most violent. Mahamadou Doucouré, also suspected of murdering his ex-girlfriend and kidnapping her son, is one of the central figures in this trial.

13 years after the facts, Nina and Stéphanie are going to face their torturers. The latter admit having had sexual relations with them, but deny their forced character. For them, the two women were consenting.

...Between 5000 and 7000 gang rapes are said to be committed each year in France. According to the associations, if these crimes are often associated with the banlieue, in reality they are committed in all milieus.
Source: L'Express Via: Défrancisation

At 16, Nina was a "very pretty girl", slim, with long black hair, brown, almond-shaped eyes, almost slanting. She can't say how many men raped her. The justice system has found 18 of them, 15 of whom will face judgement in the Créteil Court of Assizes for Minors starting on Tuesday. Nina recalls that on some evenings, in the cellars or stair cages in the Fontenay-sous-Bois estate (Val-de-Marne), there were "at least 25". Witnesses saw "about 50" boys "forming a queue"...
Source: Libération
Thursday, 23 August 2012
A 28-year-old man has been arrested after kidnapping a mentally handicapped 63-year-old woman in Bordeaux in south-western France in order to force her to marry him and obtain a residence

The sexegenarian's ordeal began in August 2011 a few months after the man arrived illegally from Tunisia, according to a report in the local Sud Ouest daily.

The man moved into the woman's apartment in the Grand-Parc area of the city and remained in her apartment for the proceeding two months. According to the report, the 28-year-old made the woman's life hell, doling out regular beatings while he attempted to forcibly marry her in order to regularize his situation his France.

The woman was finally able to flee by taking refuge with a neighbour, who alerted the police.

A medical examination of the woman revealed a catalogue of bruises and physical abuse.

The man meanwhile suspected that he had been exposed and immediately fled ending up in Italy. He however returned to Bordeaux at some point and was identified by the police.

A police unit tracked the man to an apartment in Cenon, the home of a young girl who was also mentally handicapped and currently in hospital. The man had changed the locks on her apartment and had once again disappeared by the time the police had arrived.

The police were however able to locate and detain the man in central Bordeaux on Monday with the help of clues found in the apartment.
Source: The Local

According to this article in Le Sudouest, the police are trying to determine whether there were other victims besides the two already known.

Extract from another article about it:
The victim's medical examination was devastating. She had traces of blows all over her body and had lost 25 kilos. Her torturer had fashioned a sort of cudgel. He forced the woman he wanted to make his wife to write his name, his date of birth and his address in a notebook every day.

If the woman in her 60s, who was only able to write with difficulty, did well, he would put a grade, 20/20 or 18/20. If she made mistakes, which happened regularly, he would strike her with the cudgel. He also wrote or engraved his name in large letters on the furniture and walls of the living room and bedroom.
Source: Le SudOuest

Monday, 9 April 2012

Defending Sikh girls from Pakistani sexual predation

This is a fascinating video from the 80s that shows the Paki grooming gangs were at it even back then. It describes a Sikh group that was formed in Birmingham to prevent Pakistani sexual predation on underage Sikh girls. Note the claims of kidnapping, rape and forced prostitution. At the time, this would have sounded utterly fantastical. But we now know with certainty that this is exactly what the Pakis get up to. Although some of the members of the Sikh group are allowed to speak, the programme contrives to give the impression that they are just a bunch of prejudiced fantasists.

This is from the BNP website, where you can find more information.

Source: BNP

Thursday, 22 March 2012

Several of them got off with this because the prosecution offered no evidence.
A “sweet, polite” schoolgirl was an academic high-flyer until she suffered a night of sexual violence during which a group of men laughed, joked and sang as they filmed the sobbing, naked teenager on their mobile phones, a court heard.

The 15-year-old Asian girl, a virgin who looked young for her age, was plied with alcohol at an address in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, before suffering the first of a series of humiliating sex attacks in three separate houses.

Raped three times, she became “an object to use and abuse” for men who showed no mercy when she begged to be allowed to go home. They laughed as they slapped her, urging each other to further sexual excess. After they ended in one house, the girl was flung over the shoulder of one man and carried to the next destination.

The teenager was found by police the next morning, “pale, tired, dishevelled and shivering”. For six weeks, she was so ashamed that she would not tell anyone what happened.

The third day of a trial at Leeds Crown Court heard that her night of horror in May 2010 began when she and a 15-year-old white schoolgirl went to the home of Mohammed Ali Rehman, 26. Her friend was hoping to buy cannabis.

The Times understands that Rehman was already suspected of having inappropriate contact with several underage white girls in the Dewsbury area. He orchestrated much of the mysogynistic brutality that ensued, taking pleasure in subjecting his victim, who was so drunk that she was barely able to walk, to hours of sustained sexual, physical and verbal degradation.

When he was first arrested, he told police it was absurd to suggest that he would touch a girl who “looks like a little kid”. He said: “None of the lads would do that; they’re not that disgusting. We’re known people in the community. We wouldn’t do something sick like that.”

Rehman admitted three charges of rape and one of attempted rape after changing his plea yesterday. He was one of six men accused.

Larasab Hussain, 45, a taxi driver, changed his plea to admit sexual assault and Faisar Younas, 23, unemployed, admitted sexual activity with a child. His plea of not guilty to attempted rape was accepted by the prosecution.

Their admissions of guilt came after the jury watched a series of graphic film clips recovered from Hussain’s phone.

Jurors were discharged from reaching verdicts on sex charges faced by Hasan Rehman, 18, Wahid Hussain, 19, and Saqib Hussain, 31.

The prosecution’s decision to offer no evidence against the three men was questioned by Judge Scott Wolstenholme, who said there was “clear evidence of attempted rape” by Hasan Rehman and Wahid Hussain.

Sharon Beattie, for the prosecution, said the decision not to proceed, which spared the girl the ordeal of undergoing cross-examination, was taken after consultation with the teenager.
Ali Rehman, Younas and Larasab Hussain were remanded in custody and will be sentenced on a date yet to be fixed.

Detective Inspector Andy Leonard, who led the investigation, said the girl was receiving strong support from her family and the wider Asian community in Dewsbury, which was outraged by her treatment.

“These men had no compassion, no empathy and a total disregard for their victim. She was a very sweet, polite, well brought-up girl. What happened to her was appalling.”
Source: The Times (£)

Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Note they describe the victim in this case as "Asian". My surmise would be that she was Sikh or Hindu, but they don't give us that level of detail, instead keeping up their absurd, racist obsession with "Asia". Also note the Dewsbury location.
A drunken, sobbing Asian schoolgirl became “an object to use and abuse” for men who subjected the naked child to a series of rapes and sexual assaults as they filmed their crimes on a mobile phone, a court heard yesterday.

The 15-year-old, who pleaded to be freed, was allegedly carried between houses over the course of one night as six men aged from 18 to 45 took turns to use her for sex.

She is said to have fallen into their hands after going to a house in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, with a schoolfriend of a similar age. The girls had been drinking vodka and were hoping to buy cannabis.

Sharon Beattie, for the prosecution, told Leeds Crown Court that after the girls were given more alcohol her friend left the house, taking with her the teenager’s mobile phone. The girl, barely able to walk, was taken upstairs by Mohammed Ali Rehman, 26, who placed her on a mattress and left the room after telling another man, Saqib Hussain, 31, that he “had ten minutes” with the child.

The jury was shown several clips of video footage recovered from a mobile phone, said to show the girl being sexually attacked.

The girl lived with her uncle, who reported her missing that evening. She was rescued by police from Mr Ali Rehman’s house the following morning, “pale, tired, dishevelled and shivering”.

Mr Ali Rehman denies three rapes and attempted rape. Hasan Rehman, 18, and Wahid Hussain, 19, each deny attempted rape. Faisar Younis, 23, denies rape and both Larasab Hussain, 45, and Saqib Hussain deny sexual assault. The case continues.
Source: The Times (£)

Friday, 9 March 2012

Alerta Digital has a story about what it claims is a French journalist who worked for the Guardian newspaper being raped to death by Libyan rebels. The website claims this happened on 2 February and has been covered up by the western media. It says the rape lasted all night long and that the woman died in the course of it. The rebels supposedly filmed it and uploaded it to a website, from which Alerta Digital claims it recovered it.

The video can be viewed online here. WARNING: it is extremely graphic. Alerta Digital suggests that the men may have gone on raping the woman even after she was dead.

I'm not sure how true any of this is. The video is clearly disturbing and does indeed appear to show a barely conscious and perhaps completely unconscious woman being used sexually by various Arab men. Alerta Digital does not specify the name of this journalist. I found a website listing the names of journalists who had been killed in Libya here. All of them are men. And while I know the Guardian likes its Muslims, I find it hard to believe that it would deliberately conceal the rape and murder of one of its reporters just to help the Muslim cause.

It may be that whoever uploaded the video themselves claimed that it showed the rape of a western journalist and Alerta Digital is simply repeating that claim without having verified it. There is a reference to this video on an Algerian website on 23 February here.

The story on the Algerian website says the video was "broadcast by the Darna communcation centre (Pro CNT) showing rebels from the "Himayat Benghazi" batallion of Benghazi, raping a woman of European origin". This Algerian story says she was presented as a "western journalist" but does not say that the woman was killed.

CNT I think is the National Council of Transition, which was the main anti-Gaddafi grouping. Who these rebels would be, in that case, I am not sure about.

Alerta Digital is a news website, not an established newspaper. It is right-wing, sensationalist and politically incorrect. That said, I've never known it to just make stuff up. It has at least a backbone of seriousness and does original interviews with politicians and so forth, so it is not just some fly-by-night operation.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

I posted before about the negro rapist who targeted blonde, blue-eyed women and girls in Paris, and asked their religion and nationality before raping them. He has now been caught. In fact he was already in prison for another offence, of theft this time, in Belgium. The French authorities are arranging for him to be extradited to face trial in France. His fingerprints led to his detection.

The first attack that is known about goes back to 23 December, close to the porte d'Orléans (XIVe arrondissement). A young blonde with blue eyes - like all the other known victims of this psychopath - saw him come out of nowhere at around 1.30 in the morning when she opened the door. He followed her into the apartement, took money from her and raped her in her own home while her family was sleeping in the rooms to the side. Then he forced her to go to the bank to take out a bit more money.

In the second attack, on the same day, around 8.30 in the morning, the man attacked another woman, in the XVe arrondissement, close to the Convention metro station. He took her credit card and pin code. This time the victim fought back. He stabbed her 19 times before abusing her, leaving her for dead.

The third attack that is known about took place on 28 December, in an estate in Étampes (Essonne). His prey was an adolescent of 15 years. He forced her, by threatening her with a knife, to take him to her home. But the girl did not let him do it and forced her away. He then stabbed her twice and tried to strangle her, before raping her with extreme brutality. There, too, he stole money from her.
Source: Le Figaro Via:

Wednesday, 15 February 2012
Two teenage girls ‘taken to flat and raped by gang who thought they could do as they pleased’

Two teenage girls were lured from their home town to a dingy Birmingham flat where they were subjected to a degrading weekend of sexual attacks by a group of men who “believed they could do with them as they pleased”, a court was told yesterday.

The girls, aged 15 and 16, were driven from Telford, Shropshire, to the flat by two men who used them for sex before “offering them up to their friends”.

The men said that they were part of a violent gang and “used their strength in numbers” to persuade the girls that “resistance or escape was hopeless”.

Alex Chalk, prosecuting, told a jury at Birmingham Crown Court that the six men in the dock had “not a shred of respect” for their victims, who were targeted because they had “rough edges” and came from difficult backgrounds. “These men made an assessment . . . that if they ever did complain, their backgrounds and demeanour meant they would attract little sympathy,” he said.

What ensued was a weekend of “sustained degradation and humiliation” during which the teenagers, at times sobbing and begging to be left alone, effectively became the sexual toys of their assailants. Shamrez Rashid, 20, Amar Hussain, 21, Jahbar Rafiq, 28, Adil Saleem, 21, Aqueel Rahman, 20, and Amer Islam Choudhrey, 20, each deny child abduction in relation to the 15-year-old girl, who was reported missing by her mother.

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