12-09-2005, 06:55 PM #1Registered User
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Gang rapist claims right to assault
THE eldest of four Pakistani gang rapist brothers has admitted lying at trial and apologised to his victims but said he thought he had a right to rape the "promiscuous" teenage girls.
MSK, 27, told the NSW Supreme Court yesterday that this was because the girls did not wear headscarves, were drinking alcohol and were unaccompanied when they went to his Ashfield home. MSK also blamed his intoxication, "cultural beliefs" and an undiagnosed mental disorder.
He and his brothers MAK, 25, MRK, 21, and MMK, 19 - who cannot be named for legal reasons - are serving between 10 and 22 years for raping two girls in 2002. All except MRK are yet to be sentenced for several other rapes.
Yesterday evidence was being heard on a sentence for MSK for the rapes of two more girls, TW, then 14, and CH, then 13. He admitted that some of the evidence he had given at an earlier trial was fabricated, particularly that he had had consensual sex with TW and that she had coaxed him.
"It was a pretty big untruth when you said that it was consensual sex, wasn't it?" asked the Crown prosecutor, Ken McKay.
"Yes," he replied.
You chose to lie about that, correct? - Yes.
unfrickenbelievable the POS
12-09-2005, 10:32 PM #2Former Member
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Yeah, but where he comes from, they really do believe a lot of that BS. Sick, sick culture. No excuse, but what a sick culture. They're just barely starting to come out of that dark age where women are either property or free for the taking if they don't wear all the marks of property.
12-09-2005, 10:40 PM #3Registered User
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I think you hear a lot of the same excuses from rapists in the US actually. "She was asking for it by being out late at night, or by getting drunk, or because of the way she dressed etc."
(And don't forget, in this country women have only been able to vote for their own government representatives for about 85 years and didn't fully break free of coverture till the 1970's.)
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