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“Now, should we treat women as independent agents, responsible for themselves? Of course. But being responsible has nothing to do with being raped. Women don’t get raped because they were drinking or took drugs. Women do not get raped because they weren’t careful enough. Women get raped because someone raped them.”
― Jessica Valenti, The Purity Myth: How America's Obsession with Virginity is Hurting Young Women

Abuse, torture, rape and murder for only one reason, the victim are female:

Richmond High Schoo Rapel Case:

Richmond High school situated in Richmond, California, U.S, came into media scrutiny after a 16 year school student was brutally gang raped within its boundary. It was late night on 24 October 2009, when a homecoming dance was organized in the school. A classmate of the victim (name disclosed), invited her to join some of his own friends. They were having a small party in a dark courtyard.

Here, she consumes a high amount of alcohol (brandy), then she was propositioned for sex by the alleged offenders. Following her refusal they beat her to an extent that she became semi-unconscious, then continuously raped her for more than 2 hours. She was so badly beaten, raped and tortured, that the police called a helicopter. Her father got a call, that the boys had great sex with her. According to report almost dozens bystanders witnessed the act, but did not call for help. Eventually, a local resident called the police.

Catherine Susan Genovese, 28 years old, U.S:

Catherine Susan Genovese was murdered near her home on March 13, 1964. Due to the lack of reaction by her neighbors, her death prompted an investigation into the social psychological phenomenon that has become known as the bystander effect or “Genovese syndrome”. Her killer; Winston Moseley, was found guilty and sentenced to death on June 15, 1964. This was later reduced to lifetime sentence.
At approximately 2:30 a.m. on March 13, 1964, Genovese left the bar she worked at and began driving home in her red Fiat. While waiting for a traffic light to change on Hoover Avenue, she was spotted by Winston Moseley, who was sitting in his parked car. Genovese arrived home around 3:15 a.m. and parked her car in the Kew Gardens Station Long Island Rail Road parking lot, about 100 feet (30 m) from her apartment's door, in an alleyway at the rear of the building. As she walked toward the apartment complex, Moseley, who had followed her home, exited his vehicle, which he had parked at a corner bus stop on Austin Street, and approached Genovese armed with a hunting knife. Genovese ran toward the front of the building, and Moseley ran after her, overtook her and stabbed her twice in the back. Genovese screamed, "Oh my God, he stabbed me! Help me!". Several neighbors heard her cry, but only a few of them recognized the sound as a cry for help. When Robert Mozer, one of the neighbors, shouted at the attacker "Let that girl alone!", Moseley ran away and Genovese slowly made her way toward the rear entrance of the building, seriously injured and out of view of any witnesses.
Witnesses saw Moseley enter his car, drive away and return ten minutes later. Shadowing his face with a wide-brimmed hat, he systematically searched the parking lot, the train station and an apartment complex, eventually finding Genovese, who was barely conscious and lying in a hallway at the back of the building, where a locked door had prevented her from going inside.Out of view of the street and of those who may have heard or seen any sign of the initial attack, Moseley stabbed Genovese several more times before raping her, stealing $49 from her and running away again. The attacks spanned approximately half an hour, and knife wounds in Genovese's hands suggested that she attempted to defend herself from him. A neighbor, Sophia Farrar, found her shortly after and held her in her arms.

Records of the earliest calls to police are unclear and were not given a high priority. One witness said his father called police after the initial attack and reported that a woman was "beat up, but got up and was staggering around". A few minutes after the final attack, another witness, Karl Ross, called the police, who arrived at the scene within minutes of his call. Genovese was picked up by an ambulance at 4:15 a.m. and died en route to the hospital. She was buried on March 16, 1964 in Lakeview Cemetery in New Canaan.

Saudia Arabia has a women hating rape culture at it's finest:

A 19-Year-old Gang Rape Victim Received 200 Lashes & 6 Months in Jail in Saudi Arabia. May 2017:

A 19-year-old gang rape victim was sentenced to 200 lashes and to six months in jail for the crime of indecency and speaking to the press.

Saudi Arabia defended a controversial verdict sentencing a 19-year-old gang rape victim to 200 lashes and six months in jail. The Shi’ite Muslim woman had initially been sentenced to 90 lashes after being convicted of violating Saudi Arabia’s rigid Islamic Sharia law on segregation of the sexes.

The decision handed down by the Saudi General Court more than doubled her sentence last week. The court also roughly doubled the prison sentences for the seven men convicted of raping her, Saudi media said.

The upholding of a decision to punish the victim triggered international outcry.

Canada said it would complain to Saudi authorities about the sentence, described as “barbaric”’ by Jose Verger, the Canadian minister responsible for the status of women.

The New York based Human Rights Watch said the verdict “not only sends victims of sexual violence the message that they should not press charges, but in effect offers protection and impunity to the perpetrators.”

While not directly criticizing the Saudi Arabia’s judiciary, U.S. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said, “I think when you look at the crime and the fact that now the victim is punished, I think that causes a fair degree of surprise and astonishment. It is within the power of the Saudi government to take a look at the verdict and change it.”

However, the Saudi judiciary stood by its decision. “The Ministry of Justice welcomes constructive criticism, away from emotions,” it said in a statement.

The statement also said that the “charges were proven” against the woman for having been in a car with a strange male, and repeated criticism of her lawyer for talking “defiantly” about the judicial system, saying “it has shown ignorance.”

The woman’s lawyer, Abdul Rahman al-Lahem, reached out to the media. The court has since banned him from further defending the woman, confiscating his license and summoning him to a disciplinary hearing later this month.

The justice ministry implied the victim’s sentence was increased because she had spoken out to the press. “For whoever has an objection on verdicts issued, the system allows to appeal without resorting to the media,” said the statement carried on the official Saudi Press Agency.

The rape took place in 2006. The victim said it occurred as she tried to retrieve her picture from a male high school student she used to know.

While in a car with the student, two men got into the vehicle and drove them to a secluded area. She said she was raped there by seven men, three of whom also attacked her friend.

The case was referred back to the General Court by an appeals court last summer, after the woman’s lawyer contested the initial verdict, saying it was too lenient for the rapists and unjust for the victim.

Worst Rape Cases The World Has Seen:

The Houston gang rapes

The 1993 rape and murder of 16-year-old Elizabeth Pena and 14-year-old Jennifer Ertman is considered the most vicious gang rape in Houston, Texas' history.

On the night of the attack, the two girls were trying to make it home before an 11:30 curfew. The shortcut they took over a railroad bridge brought them face-to-face with a gang drinking beer and initiating a new member.

Pena and Ertman were grabbed and gang raped for an hour before they were murdered. Authorities were led to their bodies through a tip and a call to the police by a brother of one of the gang members who had boasted about what they had done with the girls.

According to CBS News, “Of the six people convicted…five were sentenced to death.”

Cyber bullying ends in suicide

Rehtaeh Parsons’ suicide that was a result of cyber bullying earlier this year sparked international attention. The 17-year-old Canadian was allegedly gang raped two years before her death and photos from that night had been splattered across social media, prompting incessant harassment from her peers.

According to Huffington Post, two of the boys connected with the event are being charged with child pornography charges.

5-year-old raped in India

A five-year-old girl died last April in India after being lured to a farm by one man and raped by another. She fell into a coma after the men attempted to stifle her cries and never regained consciousness. She passed away from cardiac arrest two days later.

According to the Washington Times, the two men involved were arrested and subsequently charged with the crime. She was the second five-year-old rape victim in India within a few weeks.

Ukrainian woman raped by three

Oksana Makar, an 18-year-old Ukrainian, was raped March 8, 2012 by three men. After sexually assaulting her, the men attempted to strangle her and then set her body on fire. She was found by a construction site alive and still alright. Makar later died from the injuries she sustained.

According to the BBC, Local authorities caught the three men involved, however two of the three, who were well connected in the area, were released with no charges. After a national outcry, the two released men were re-arrested and charged with premeditated rape and murder.

The Delhi Bus Rape

India and the world were horrified over the gang rape of a 23-year-old woman on a bus last December. According to a report by CNN, she was accompanied by a male friend who was beaten and left unable to help her as six men including the driver attacked her.

He told reporters that the men beat his friend and used an iron bar in the sexual assault. They drove the couple through the city for nearly two hours before finally dropping them off beneath an overpass. The man suffered a broken leg and could not stand. It was about 25 minutes before they were finally able to get help. The young woman died two weeks later from internal injuries.

Now, the fate of those accused of this crime dangles in the eyes of the world with several calling for the death penalty. According to a New York Times article, “In a rush of emotion, the Indian government amended the criminal code so that the death penalty could be applied in particularly brutal cases of rape.” The sentencing in this case will test the judicial system of India, which has only passed the death sentence down to three people in nine years.

Worst Gang Rape In The History of Sweden:
Mother of 2, lured to Asylum Centre, raped by more than 8 immigrants. She uses a wheelchair now, they raped her so brutally. She is so traumatised by what happened, she lives in a psychiatric hospitral. Notice their names below?

Gang-rape of mother of two in Mariannelund Asylum Centre “unprecedented in Swedish criminal history”

This story concerns the case of a brutal assault on a mother of two in December 2011, for which eight Afghans are now facing charges. The assault took place in the Mariannelund Asylum Centre and was extended over a seven-hour ordeal. According to the men, the victim was “a bad woman, and a whore.”

The woman went into shock while the rapes were still underway, and has since been in a heavily traumatised state. She is now subject to nightmares and panic attacks, and lives in a psychiatric clinic. She is bound to a wheelchair due to damages to her abdomen, and suffers from faecal incontinence. However, the woman has sufficiently recovered to testify in the trial. She has demanded damages of 1,250,000 Skr.

The extensive gathering of technical evidence, mainly collection of the sperm stains, will be instrumental for the prosecutor Gunnar Brodin. Eight men are facing charges, and there are suspicions that there was a ninth perpetrator. However, this man has not been caught or identified.

During his final remarks the prosecutor spoke of 78 pieces of clothing submitted from nine individuals for examination by the State Forensic Laboratory. A task “beyond the usual” for the forensic lab. Altogether there were 48 sperm stains from the asylum centre apartment. Sixteen of the stains contained DNA from at least four persons, four had DNA from three persons, and fourteen stains contained DNA from at least two individuals. Sperm samples from four individuals were obtained from the victim’s intestines and digestive system.

“This confirms the victim’s testimony,” Gunnar Brodin said in his final remarks.

The prosecution is now ended, after an additional charge, as the prosecutor sought to show how the defendants subjected the mother-of-two to lethal danger by the taping her breathing passages.

The following individuals were facing charges:

Rafi Bahaduri, 25 years old
Salahedin Hashemi, 20 years old
Mohammadi Zia, 20 years old
Morteza Afzali, 20 years old
Mohammadi Aziz Ahmad, 33 years old
Rahmati Hedayat, 20 years old
Azim Ahklaghi, 20 years old
Rustam Ghafory, 21 years old.


Male monsters among us:
Horrible rapes, gang rapes, sexual tortures, mutilation and cruel murder of females. We can speak about femicide worldwide:

Jisha rape and murder case, India, May 2016:

The horrific rape and murder of an “untouchable” woman in Kerala has provoked furious debate over the lack of protection afforded to India’s lower caste females.

The victim, a 30-year-old law student referred to by local media only as “Jisha”, was found by her mother Rajeswari at the small, dilapidated home they shared in Perumbavoor last Thursday.

Her body bore at least 30 stab wounds and part of her intestines had been removed using a sharp weapon, according to reports.

There were also signs of rape, as well as strangulation, torture and a severe head wound.

Details of the savage attack drew immediate comparison with the infamous 2012 “Nirbhaya” case, when medical student Jyoti Singh was gang-raped and murdered on a Delhi bus.

Two people were taken into custody in connection with the case, although police gave no details on whether they were suspects in the murder case.

But with no significant progress five days after the incident, criticism of police and the state government has rapidly turned into outrage, with officials accused of being slow to investigate the Jisha’s death.

Critics have blamed the victim’s Dalit - or ‘Untouchable’ - caste status, and the distraction of imminent state elections, for officials’ allegedly slow response. Ranjana Kumari, Director of Centre for Social Research, a Delhi-based women’s rights institute, described the attack as “one of the most horrendous incidents we’ve ever seen”.

“For four days they did not take any action, and only once the media got into it and women’s groups raised protests have they apprehended two people today,” she said.

“That speaks volumes about the way these cases are handled. The government is acting in a callous manner

Serial women killer Anatoly Onoprienko:

Known also as "The Terminator," "The Beast of Ukraine," and "Citizen O," Anatoly Onoprienko was convicted of 52 murders in Ukraine, many of them occurring between 1995 and 1996. His M.O. was to break into an isolated house, steal what valuables he could find, rape any women present, and murder the entire family and any other witnesses using a 12-gauge shotgun.

On April 16, 1996, police raided Onoprienko's house and arrested him. They found over 120 items linked to unsolved murders. Onoprienko eventually confessed to 52 murders, telling police that voices in his head told him to do it. He received a death sentence which was commuted to life in prison.

Murder and rape case Jeannette Cindi, South Africa April 2017::

Johannesburg - Five men appeared before the Kagiso Magistrate’s Court for the brutal murder of two friends.

The men, aged between 22 and 26, are accused of murdering Jeanette Cindi, 34, and her friend Lungelo Buthelezi, 31, on Saturday when the pair returned from a night out.

Appearing before magistrate Jacob Mamabolo, State prosecutor Thabo Ntlailane said the men were being charged with two counts of murder, two of kidnapping and one of rape, with the driver of the vehicle charged additionally with reckless and negligent driving.

It is alleged the victims and their friend Ayanda Sithole were making their way home in the early hours of Saturday morning when Buthelezi was knocked over by the suspects.

Cindi and Sithole attempted to stop the vehicle, when the occupants of the minibus taxi stopped and told them they had to transport an injured Buthelezi to hospital.

Cindi, believed to be five months pregnant, was discovered by members of the community having been raped repeatedly, stoned and set alight. Buthelezi had also been stoned and set alight.

“When I was about to find help and came back to the scene, they had taken them away. My heart is definitely hurt by this. I just wish they could die here in jail,” Sithole told The Star.

Sithole managed to take down the vehicle’s registration and went to notify Buthelezi’s family.

In court, the five men kept their heads bent throughout the hearing and spoke very softly when answering questions.

The men, who admitted to the magistrate that they could not afford to have their own legal representation, were not keen on using Legal Aid.

Hundreds of community members waited patiently to hear what the court had decided, saying the harshest punishment should be meted out to the suspects.

Speaking to The Star, Sithole said he was happy there had been arrests.

Cindi’s sister Clowy said her sister had been in serious pain, asking to be relieved of it. “When I found her, she was in a horrific state. She asked us to cut off certain parts of her body that were in pain."

Rape culture yesterday:

Mount Rennie rape case:

The gang rape occurred on 9 September 1886. Sixteen-year-old Mary Jane Hicks had been educated at the Bathurst convent school, then worked as a domestic servant at Katoomba, and at a hotel and private houses in Sydney. While walking to a city employment registry, she was offered a lift by Charles Sweetman, the driver of a hansom cab, who instead drove her in his cab to what is now the Moore Park area, then an isolated piece of bushland in the suburb of Waterloo and called Mount Rennie. He attempted to molest her in the cab but she screamed for help. Two young men approached and took her out of the cab, purporting to save her from disgrace. At this point, Sweetman departed with his cab.

The young men walked her to a different isolated location where they were joined by several others, some of whom began to take turns in raping her. The girl's screaming was heard by a passer-by, William Stanley, who attempted to rescue her but was driven off by the gang with bricks, stones and bottles. Stanley ran to distant Redfern police station, where he reported the crime at about 4 p.m. When the police arrived on the scene at 5 p.m., they interrupted the crime which was still in progress, but were unable to apprehend any of the fleeing offenders.Following inquiries, twelve men were identified and eventually arrested, including Charles Sweetman, the cabman At least one reporter formed the view that Sweetman had deliberately planned to deliver a girl to the push members who were assembled and waiting for the purpose.

The victim, Mary Jane Hicks, testified that she had fallen into and out of consciousness during the ordeal, but gave evidence that at least eight men held her down and took turns to rape her, and that many others were present, including some who had not been apprehended.

The trial of the accused youths was conducted over six consecutive days, 22–27 November inclusive. Detailed reports were printed in the Herald and are available online.

William Hill, George Duffy, William Newman, Michael Donnellan, Joseph Martin, William Boyce, Hugh Miller, George Keegan, Robert Read, Thomas Oscroft and Michael Mangan were tried for the crime. Justice Windeyer declared the crime as a "most atrocious crime, a crime so horrible that every lover of his country must feel that it is a disgrace to our civilization". The first nine men were convicted and sentenced to death; the last two were acquitted. All but one were reportedly under 20 years of age.

After a separate trial, Charles Sweetman received fourteen years' prison for his part, plus 50 lashes, to be handed out on two separate occasions.

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Shivansh Parashar
4 years ago
I am in support of this

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Bhrigu Shree
4 years ago
because of the arrogance shown by TVF in dismissing the allegation and calling the writer a liar upfront

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Mridula Iyer
4 years ago
This guy seems disgusting to me!
No amount of power, position or fame should go over one's head and use that as a tool to exploit women!
Geez, how inhuman, ghastly and a shameless act by this so called CEO! BIG SHAME! your face is all over the net (for the wrong reasons!) grow up and own upto it! several women wont say the same thing to corroborate the authors predicament!
Be a MAN, have a fair trial, let the court rule out the allegations and walk out a free man! Until then you are guilty until proven otherwise!
Asshole!

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Nanma Unni
4 years ago
Because when you own a company, you don't own your employees.

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vijay kumar
4 years ago
What arunabh kumar has done is unpardonable. Power & success has gone to his head.

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Saheba Sethi
4 years ago
Arunabh Kumar is a rapist.

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Fuck TVF FUCK TVF
4 years ago
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