Police said that one of the victims was forced in the course of one night to have sex with 20 men. Police also said that the suspects intended to record the sexual encounter and publish the encounter on the internet. The suspects were brought before a Jerusalem Court judge this week and they were released on bail. Two men were identified as resident of Binyamin Regional Council, while the third suspect is a resident of Hadera.
The investigation into the sexual assault began in the beginning of the year, after one of the women filed a complaint against a resident of the Binyamin Regional Council, a father of five children, who drugged her in order to rape her at his home and at different guest houses.
At one point the man introduced the victim to another man, also from the Binyamin Regional Council, and convinced her to accompany them to certain social event. When the victim arrives, the victim discovered that she was at a swinger’s club. She said that she was then forced to have sex with dozens of men in the presence of the suspects, while taking payments from the men who had non-consensual sex with her. Moreover, the author said the suspects raped her in his car after they left the club.
On another occasion, one suspect took her and another woman who was given drugs, to an apartment in Hadera, where the third suspect lived. She said that the man fed them chocolate laced with drugs and then raped them.
Police also said that one suspect rented an apartment in order to turn it into a massage center where they would record adult movies.
“These suspects are evil gangsters who showed no pity on young innocent women. I am glad that they are now off the street and the Israeli community is now a safer place,” Ruben Berry, 37, of Brooklyn, New York told YourJewishNews.com after learning about the charges.
3 men were arrested and charged with rape related charges after a group of 20 men gang raped a woman during the course of one night, according to court proceedings in Jerusalem, Israel.
Police arrested the three men on charges of raping, extorting, pimping and drugging two 20-year-old women.
Miss America 2014 Candidate a Product of Rape: 'I Believe God Put Me Here for a Reason,' Valerie Gatto Says Valerie Gatto, 24, is representing the state of Pennsylvania in the Miss USA 2014 pageant has opened up about the fact that she is a product of rape. Gatto said that she believes God has a purpose for her life and is using her newfound fame to help bring people hope.
"I believe God put me here for a reason," Gatto told Today.com. "To give people hope that everything is possible and you can't let your circumstances define your life. I hope to show others how to be proactive, what to do, to be present, to be aware of your surroundings. It's so awesome to see their responses. They say it changes their life."
Gatto's website states that she did not learn the truth about her conception until she was 10 years old; her mother revealed that she had been raped at gunpoint when she was just 19. She considered putting the baby up for adoption, but her grandmother gave her the inspiration and hope to raise Valerie.
"Valerie's mom told her family about her adoption plans, but Valerie's great-grandmother said, 'God doesn't give you more than you can handle.' Her mother listened and decided to raise Valerie with the help of God and her family," her website states.
Gatto is thrilled to represent the state of Pennsylvania in the upcoming Miss USA pageant and plans to use the platform to bring education to those who have misconceptions about rape and sexual assault. She credits her family and Christian upbringing with helping her cope with her mother's rape and brought her to this point in her life.
"I've always been a positive person, and I went to church all the time when I was little," Gatto told the TribLive. "I think it was more about having religion and Christianity a lot of my life. So, I knew that God put me here for a reason and, although circumstances weren't the same as a traditional family with the perfect white-picket fence, he gave me to my family and my mother for a reason. I want to do him proud and my family proud. He put me here to do great things, and I'm not going to let that stop me."
An American woman was gang-raped in the northern Indian resort town of Manali, police said.Three men in a truck picked up the 30-year-old woman as she was hitchhiking to her guest house after visiting a friend, police officer Sher Singh said.
The men drove to a secluded spot and raped her, he said. She went to police and they filed a rape case.
Authorities issued an alert for the three men and set up roadblocks to check any trucks leaving the town, he said. No arrests had been made as of Tuesday afternoon, Singh said.
The rape came after a Swiss tourist was gang-raped in March while on a cycling trip through rural India. Six men were arrested in that attack. The same month, a British woman traveling elsewhere in northern India jumped from a third-floor window fearing a sexual attack after the hotel's owner tried to force his way into her room.
Concern about sexual assaults in India has heightened since the fatal gang-rape of a woman in New Delhi in December sparked public protests demanding better protection for women.
In response, the government passed a law increasing prison terms for rape and providing for the death penalty in cases of rape that result in death or leave the victim in a coma. It also made voyeurism, stalking, acid attacks and the trafficking of women punishable under criminal law.
An American woman was gang raped and beaten aboard a public transport van while her French boyfriend was shackled, hit with a crowbar and forced to watch the attacks after the pair boarded the vehicle in Rio de Janeiro's showcase Copacabana beach neighborhood, police said.A third man, aged 21, was arrested for the attacks, which took place over six hours starting shortly after midnight on Saturday, police said in a Tuesday statement. Two men aged 20 and 22 had already been taken into custody for the attacks, police said. and a young Brazilian woman has come forward to say that she, too, was raped by the same men in the van on March 23.
"The victims described everything in great detail, mostly the sexual violence," police officer Rodrigo Brant told the Globo TV network. "Just how they described the facts was shocking — the violence and brutality. It surprised even us, who work in security and are used to hearing such things. Their report shocked us."
The incidents raise new questions about security in Rio, which has cracked down on once-endemic drug violence in preparation for hosting next year's football World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic games. The city will also be playing host to World Youth Day, a Roman Catholic pilgrimage that will be attended by Pope Francis and is expected to draw some 2 million people in late July.
Officials from the local Olympic and World Cup organizing committees didn't immediately respond to requests for comment.
The attack also drew comparisons with the fatal December beating and gang rape of a young woman on a New Delhi bus. Six men beset a 23-year-old university student and male friend after they boarded a private bus, touching off a wave of protests across India demanding stronger protection for women. Officials there say tourism has dropped in the country following the attacks.
In the Brazil case, a police statement said the suspects forced other passengers to get out of the van and then raped the female tourist inside the vehicle, which was one of a fleet of vans that serve bus routes and seat about a dozen people.
Such van services are often linked to organized crime in Rio, particularly the militias largely comprised of former police and firemen that control large swaths of the city's slums and run clandestine services such as transportation and sell cooking fuel and illegal cable TV hookups. In general, tourists avoid the vans and opt for regular buses or taxis.
Sexual assaults on tourists are not common in Rio, with muggings and petty crime reported more frequently.
During the assault, the two foreigners were driven to the poor neighborhood of Sao Goncalo, where the two suspects were apprehended, a police statement said.
Reports said the two foreigners had been studying Portuguese in Rio for about a month and both left Brazil following the attack.
The police statement said that one victim's cellphone was found in the suspects' possession. The suspects had also used a debit card belonging to one of the victims at two gas stations, it said.
The Globo television network broadcast surveillance camera images of two men filling up the white van and showed police images of a crowbar the suspects used to beat and intimidate the victims. The victims positively identified the two suspects.
In an interview with Globo television, commanding officer Alexandre Braga, who heads the Rio police unit specializing in crimes against tourists, said the suspects had gone on a sex crime spree.
"The characteristics of both crimes, both the Brazilian case and the one with the foreigners, lead us to believe that they (the suspects) wanted to have a 'party of evil,' in quotes," Braga said. "The principal motive appears to have been the satisfaction of their lust."
He added that the robbery and other crimes appear to have been "secondary."
Multiple calls to police seeking further details on Tuesday were not immediately returned.
In Brazil, more than 5,300 cases of sexual assault were reported between January and June 2012, according to the country's Health Ministry.
Gangs The rise in gang violence since the 1980s caused lawmakers to seek a variety of methods to curb the formation and activities of these gangs. According to statistics from the National Youth Gang Center, more than 24,500 gangs, consisting of more than 770,000 members, exist in about 3,330 cities in the United States. Congress spends as much as $20 billion per year in health care costs treating victims of gunshot wounds, and many of the incidents involving guns also involve street and other types of gangs.
A gang is sometimes difficult to define, especially in legal terms. Although gangs typically involve a congregation of individuals, primarily young males, certainly not all congregations or informal gatherings of young individuals constitute gangs. Definitions of gangs or street gangs vary among the laws governing them. Alabama law, for example, defines a "streetgang" as, "[A]ny combination, confederation, alliance, network, conspiracy, understanding, or similar arrangement in law or in fact, of three or more persons that, through its membership or through the agency of any member, engages in a course or pattern of criminal activity." Ala. Code § 13A-6-26 (2002).
Congress, state legislatures, and municipal governments have responded to the growing tide of gangs by considering a variety of bills addressing gang violence. Although efforts at the federal level have largely been unsuccessful, many states and municipalities have enacted laws designed to deter gang-related violence. Several of these statutes and ordinances have been fashioned as anti-loitering statutes, which often raise First Amendment concerns. The U.S. Supreme Court in 1999 made it more difficult for municipalities to draft gang loitering ordinances when it found that an ordinance such as this in the city of Chicago was unconstitutional. City of Chicago v. Morales, 527 U.S. 41, 119 S. Ct. 1849, 144 L. Ed. 2d 67 (1999).
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