Gang Rape, Kiwi style

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Anonymous, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    New Zealand police are being criticised for not taking action against a group of teenage boys who have been getting girls drunk, having sex with them and naming them on the internet.

    "The fact that police have known for two years that these revolting individuals have been posting their `exploits' on Facebook, and have identified victims as young as 13, but took no action, is astonishing."
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  2. overhere Member

    I just came here to post this, but I'll add here, instead.

    Jezebel sums it up nicely: "And, that's a real cute apology, but that doesn't change the fact that members of the group raped girls and then bragged about it. I really could not care less that a rapist learned some life lessons from his short-lived vocation as a sexual predator and ruiner of girls' lives. Seriously. Not a subatomic particle of fuck is given about this guy's personal journey."

    Fuck these guys.
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  3. I like Jezebel. :p
  4. Anonymous Member

  5. That is seriously unfortunate. Having something like that play out on the internet would have to be a million times worse than the confines of the locker room, and campus gossip.

    Hazing is a real problem.

    Hazing in college - written by a college sorority sister.

    See what you think of this reference ^.:p
  6. Anonymous Member

    nowai seriously? Are you saying, gang rape of underage girls=college hazing?
  7. Random guy Member

    I think he says rape is bad, and is made worse by hazing.
  8. No. not at all.

    There are some parallels.

    From a social services perspective, when dealing with the subject of domestic violence and or rape, it is always a complex situation - Even though on a human level the pain and shame and traumatic feelings and personal devastation are all the same.
    From what little I understand about this particular story, and you're welcome to correct me if i am wrong.... it went in stages. The boys who preyed on the victims premeditated it, the act happened, and then they further victimized the innocent girls by further humiliating them in public, releltlessly.

    --Which, imo, completely worsens the suffering of the victims in the situation.
    And, the first thing I thought to refer to to describe that aspect of the situation was Hazing.
    (It is a different form of bullying.)
    Whatever proper term one might choose , the victim is dehumanized, and then lost their "respect" or dignity as the result of what could have been one split second choice when a girl caught alone is confronted with two predators working as a team. Situations such as this, with the hazing not only occurring in school, home and community, but in the greater public arena have resulted in suicide of the victim(s).

    I hope that there are some good counselors in that community that can intercede in this matter.

    (it's late. I hope this made sense ^ )

    some related references, if interested.
  9. yeah. THIS^

    Made a lot worse to have it front page on the internet .
    It amounts to total exploitation and victimization.
    // Rape is bad.
  10. Anonymous Member

    nowai, thanks for the clarification, I was a bit thrown, as my incorrect interpretation of your post seemed unlike anything I have or would see from you. Its good to be reassured. Sorry for starting at shadows.
  11. Anytime.
  12. I think this is relevant, also, so i will just leave this here.

  14. Anonymous Member

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  16. impact of social media on teenage girls -
  17. System Member

  18. seriously? this is the 3rd thread about this. check your sub-forum before you start a repost thread.
  19. Anonymous Member

    Jesus slowpoke, hypercritical much. Let he who's not ever posted a duplicate thread know they are not posting enough news.
  20. Anonymous Member

    ONE is the son of a minor international celebrity. Another is the son of a cop. Together, the New Zealand "Roast Busters" have so far evaded prosecution for underage sex, alleged rape - and boasting about it online.
    New Zealand's 3 News group has uncovered new details on the case which holds disturbing similarities to the rape scandal which exploded in the small United States town of Maryville last month.
  21. Anonymous Member

    This from the article above is where public outrage and public discussion brings about change.

    Political reaction
    Amid the public outrage, New Zealand's parliament has introduced a new bill to criminalise such behaviour.
    The Harmful Digital Communications Bill, backed by NZ Justice Minister Judith Collins, intends to crack down on bullying via social networking, email, mobile phones and websites.
    It creates a new criminal offence for sending messages or posting material online with intent to cause harm - including threatening and offensive messages, harassment, damaging rumours and invasive photographs - with penalties of up to three months' imprisonment or a $NZ2000 ($A1766) fine.
    It also creates a new offence of incitement to commit suicide - even in situations when a person does not attempt to take their life - punishable by up to three years' jail.
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  22. That is interesting.
  23. ababel Member

    A group of young men aged 17-18 in New Zealand calling themselves the "Roast Busters," have been committing rapes, taping them, and then boasting about them on Facebook.

    The police were oddly unsympathetic to the victims, and then you find out one of the boys is the son of a police officer, and the other of some high profile entertainer. Of course.

    One of the victims, aged 13, was bullied into silence, told there wasn't enough evidence, and was asked to act out the rape with dolls. She said,

    "They said that I didn't have enough evidence to show, because I went out in clothes that was pretty much asking for it. […] I was asked a lot of questions about what I was wearing, and I went out in a skirt."

    They are using Facebook not only to publicly humiliate their victims, but to RECRUIT for their group.

    "A true roast is where you know you are going there intentionally to roast this female," says one young man in a video. "We don't choose a roast, the roast chooses us. We have girls hitting us up to 'hang out with us'. They know what we're like; they know what they're in for."

    Although there is now an investigation, no prosecution has been made yet.

    IPCA Brought in Over Teen Sex Complaints

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  24. Anonymous Member

    Needed: Local boots on ground. Locals need to play it smart and not reveal their identity.
  25. Barkingdog Member

    Agreed. We need to bring this to the attention of NZ anons.
  26. Anonymous Member

  27. Here is an American case you may find interesting, simply for the purpose of research, comparison and perhaps a reference point for a character who was also notorious for sexually exploiting numerous young college girls.

    Joe Francis
    Also, his home is going into foreclosure now.
    Here's a choice comment.
  28. Anonymous Member

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  29. White Tara Global Moderator

    Not happy Jan! Two distinctly different but related crimes, both go unpunished. Shame!
    When i read stuff like this I often hope that the internet tracks these guys down and metes out justice that law has failed to deliver.

    More corruption and ass covering at link;
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  30. White Tara Global Moderator

    For emphasis;

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