The term “child rapist” normally describes an adult who engages in sexual activity with a child. When the Religion of Peace is involved, however, the phrase can take on an entirely different meaning, which is what happened earlier this year in the Australian town of Bendigo.
We reported almost a year ago about a culturally-enriched gang rape case in the state of Victoria. Seven suspects, three of them juveniles, were accused of raping a woman. The Mohammed Coefficient for the adults was 50%, but could not be calculated for the youngsters, since they remained unidentified in the press.
These three child rapists have now been convicted. According to ABC News:
Three boys found guilty of raping woman
Three boys have been found guilty of raping a 21-year-old woman in Bendigo in central Victoria.
The boys aged 14, 16 and 17 were charged with counts of rape and assault over the attack in the woman’s Flora Hill home in January.
They faced a hearing in the Children’s Court last month and today a magistrate ruled they were guilty of several offences.
They will be sentenced in February.
Four men charged over the same incident are due to face court in April.
It took almost a year to convict these little lads for their misdeeds, and the adults won’t even go to court until April. Why in the world does the process take so long? Australia is beginning to approach American standards of “justice delayed”.
By the way, just in case you were picturing these “boys” as normal high-spirited teenagers whose youthful capers got a bit out of hand, think again. Consider this description from last January in The Age:
The 16-year-old applied for bail in a children’s court. It was denied after the magistrate heard he had played a leading role in the alleged rape.
Detective Senior Constable Christopher Reed, of the sexual crimes squad, said the teenager had referred to himself as “gangster” throughout the incident and was alleged to have digitally raped the woman while she screamed for him to stop.
These “boys” aren’t just participants in crimes, they are leaders, and consider themselves gangsters.
And they’re good Muslims, too. They know the rule about what they can do with “cat meat” — Sheikh Hilaly explained the matter quite clearly a few years back.
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Hat tip: Salome.