Rapists, That Is What They Are!! – 17 Year Old Girl Raped On Video Tape

Ahhhhhh, why don’t we call it for what it is, RAPE!!!!!!

These are rapists and the law must deal with them accordingly.  Have you not heard of child killers, natural born killers?  Also exists, teenage rapists.  They ALL must be put away for 15 years and if they can be reformed so be it, if not which is a possibility, face it.  We live in a society where evil prevails, and we must stop treating or commenting on these heinous acts by teenage deviants as if it is an act they can give up just like that.  There are usually signs but many fail to take heed in the family home.  I notice no mention has been made with reference to the guardians or parents of these deviants.

This was not sex for money; it was rape being video taped.  What next?  Murder for social media?  What if it was your daughter?  What kind of punishment would be acceptable to you if it were your child?  I would like our people to start personalising each atrocity, and then honestly speak on what course of action would be acceptable to them by Law Enforcement.  Way too often our speech differs until it reaches our door steps.  I say don’t wait for it to get there, act now, callous as it be sound.


 

UPDATE: 5 in police custody after 17-y-o sexually assaulted on camera

(Jamaica Observer) Monday, July 20, 2015 | 7:38 PM       

 
 TRELAWNY, Jamaica — Five males are now in police custody in relation to the incident in which a 17-year-old girl was videoed being sexually assaulted in bushes in Trelawny.

Head of the Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Superintendent Enid Ross-Stewart told OBSERVER ONLINE a short while ago that of the five males, all but one, are younger than 18 years old.

She appealed to men to leave young girls alone, adding that preying on young women is “unacceptable”. The superintendent said, if it continues, the future will be filled with several traumatised women.

“We are coming after them,” Superintendent Ross-Stewart charged.

Following the incident, which saw the video being circulated on social media, the teen was placed in residential care by the Child Development Agency.

The CDA has also been facilitating care and protection as well as medical and psycho-social support to aid in the child’s recovery.

 

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