Judge Says Rich Suspects in Gang Rape are NOT GUILTY Because They Didn’t ‘Enjoy’ the Sexual Act

The victim’s father complained about the ruling, but authorities ignored him.

With increasing crime rate against women, the world is fast becoming a dangerous place for them. One of the most devastating crimes against women would be RAPE. Millions of women get raped and molested around the world on a daily basis. Not because they wore revealing clothes or “asked for it”, but because the rapists chose to victimize them.

In addition to these mental and emotional effects of trauma, sexual assault and rape are crimes that violate the body. Sadly, not all rapists are caught. And if ever they are caught, they are not given the punishment they deserve.

In January 2015, a 17-year-old girl stood outside a club waiting for her ride when Diego Cruz and 3 other men showed up in a black Mercedes and forced her into the car. They took turns in raping her, before bringing her to one of the suspects’ house where another perpetrator raped her.

To the shock of many, Judge Anuar González Hemadi found the suspects NOT GUILTY, claiming they didn’t ‘enjoy’ the act, making it unintentional. The judge granted the youth an injunction to dismiss the case because “an incidental touching or fondling will not be considered sexual acts, if proof is not presented that it was done to satisfy a sexual desire”.

He also ruled the fact the victim was able to move to the front seat of the car after pleading with her attackers to stop proved she was not “defenseless”, as he claimed the law required.

“[The victim] was not defenseless, given that she had the possibility of changing places [in the car] and thus avoiding the contact with the suspect,” the judge ruled, despite the fact the victim said she had been pushed, had her cellphone taken away and said the perpetrators only laughed when she pleaded with them to stop.

“There is no evidence of a look, a comment, an intent or a suggestion in the testimony that would prove an intention by the suspect to satisfy a carnal desire or excessive [sexual] appetite or eroticism,” the judge wrote.

Apparently, the suspect was part of a wealthy family in Mexico, and people believed his ruling was based on a bribe. No charges were brought against the men until the girl’s father started a public campaign denouncing them. They became known derisively through social media as Los Porkys, after the 1981 movie about misbehaving US teens in the 1950s.

Unfortunately, authorities appeared to ignore the case for months. That was when the victim’s father took the story to the press in 2015, along with a video of three of the men appearing to confess. Weeks of social media outrage over apparent impunity for the wealthy young men followed by daily reporting in Mexico’s national television and print news outlets appeared to finally force the state to bring charges.

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