A gang of 5 Muslim invaders brutally raped a wheelchair-bound woman for hours, forcing their handicapped victim to suffer through the most debauched torture imaginable. Just days after police arrested the rapists, however, they were released without any charges for one unbelievable reason: She didn’t fight back hard enough or try to run.
Speisa (h/t MadWorldNews) The five men suspected of a gang rape against a wheelchair-bound woman have been released. The prosecutor’s decision is based on a legal technicality which basically is about that the wheelchair-bound woman has not shown enough resistance, something that has been difficult, if not impossible, as she has to use a wheelchair.
Thanks to legislation pushed by leftists to prevent the media from publishing the identities of vile criminals like these men, Swedish newspapers have only been allowed to circulate blurred images and nondescript details.
Sweden was shocked when national headlines revealed that a handicapped woman in her 30s was overtaken by a group of at least 5 men who had forced their way into her house over the weekend in Visby. Aftonbladet reports that the woman shared a taxi with one of the men on a ride home from the pub before the suspect asked to use her restroom. It was after she let him in that his friends burst into the home and took turns raping her for several hours.
Her version is supported by one of the men, the prosecution says to Aftonbladet. He admits that he had sexual intercourse with the woman, but he claims that, despite the circumstances, it had been voluntary. At a toilet. With unknown men. And further, Aftonbladet writes that the investigation strongly suggests that some of the other men had intercourse with the woman.
She says that she said no before each new assault. But since the men deny that they committed any crime, it is a “word against word” situation. The prosecutor has to prove that she really did not want to have sex right there and then, with five unknown men at a toilet somewhere in Visby.
This means that the woman’s disability, that she did not have the physical ability to do more resistance, is a contributory factor to the men now being released. Prosecutor Mats Wihlborg, who took the decision to release the men, said to Aftonbladet:
“The act is not based on violence or threats but having exploited her special situation. The woman’s story is not so robust that it can be the basis for an arrest. It differs too much from the suspects’ story. Overall, I decided that it does not hold up for the arrest, he told the newspaper.”
The woman has completely broken down after the rape and is now receiving professional help. Under Sharia law, rape victims have to provide four witnesses to the rape, or the victim risks being accused of adultery. This decision, in Sweden, is not far behind.