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September 26, 2018

Man arrested on suspicion of molestation of six girls at Singapore’s Hougang Swimming Complex

Man arrested on suspicion of molestation of six girls at Singapore’s Hougang Swimming Complex

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

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A man, 36 years old, was arrested Monday on the suspicion that he had been molesting various girls at Singapore’s Hougang Swimming Complex, representatives from the Ang Mo Kio police division said on September 25.

The six girls allegedly molested by said man ranged in age from 9 to 13. Authorities were alerted to the case at about 3:50 p.m. on September 13.

After an investigation, the police managed to track down the suspect, who was arrested at Hougang Avenue 2 on Monday.

He is scheduled to be formally charged with outrage of modesty in court on Wednesday. This crime is punishable by two years’ imprisonment, caning, a fine, or a combination these punishments.



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May 27, 2016

India set to install panic buttons on buses to combat sexual assault

India set to install panic buttons on buses to combat sexual assault

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The Indian Government announced on Wednesday they will issue a notification to ensure all buses are fitted with panic buttons to prevent sex-related violence occurring on buses in India. The motion was introduced by Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari. Installation of the buttons is set to become mandatory on June 2.

Tests are under way on 20 buses running from Rajasthan to New Delhi. Buses are to have panic buttons, a GPS-enabled vehicle tracking device, and CCTV cameras. The new buttons are located at the front doors and when pressed, a police control room has the ability to view live footage recorded inside the bus.

Last month, the government announced that as of 2017, mobile phones can’t be sold in India without a panic button. With the press of a single key, the panic button alerts emergency services that assistance is required.

Since a fatal sexual assault three and a half years ago on a bus in New Delhi, accompanied by increased rates of sexual assault, the government has been pressured to help women avoid the dangers of sexual assault. The bus sexual assault three and a half years ago resulted in India-wide protests, and laws regarding sexual assault were overhauled.

According to India’s National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), in 2014 New Delhi reported 1,813 rapes, more than any other Indian city. In more than 80% of rapes across India, the victim knew the rapist. In data from 2013, the rapists in 539 cases were parents, in 2,315 cases other relatives.

In 2012 the NCRB said the country had 24,923 reported rapes. However, this number grew over the following year, with 2013 seeing 33,707 reported.

In 2013, NCRB said New Delhi saw 1,636 rapes reported, with an Indian average of 92 women per day. The New Delhi cases alone account for more than four per day.



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October 28, 2015

India now listening to Women’s testimonies to imprison rapists

India now listening to Women’s testimonies to imprison rapists

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

In October 2015, the courts of New Delhi sentenced a 26 year old man to prison for 7 years. for raping a woman. After two years of India’s legal landscape fighting to catch up with the social need to address rape, it is a significant legal precedent. It is one of the first cases in India where a rape case has been persecuted based primarily on the victims testimonial.

The 26 year old man working for the Delhi Police, was repeatedly raping an Indian woman who was also an employee of the Delhi Police. The woman was a divorcee, and the rapist would insist that he was raping her as he intended to marry her. Even though the victim struggled to maintain a straight story, the man was still found guilty. The court states that “It is well settled that the evidence of a hostile witness, to the extent, it supports the case of the prosecution, can be relied upon, if it is corroborated by other reliable evidence.”

The case is of great importance to India’s law enforcement as it sets precedent for other hearings. It recognise that “Though prosecutrix, during her cross-examination, resiled and took a U-turn from what she had deposed in examination in chief, but her such reversal does not falsify or negate her categorical deposition made during examination in chief which has been found to be natural, clear, convincing, reliable and trustworthy,” says Delhi Judge MC Gupta.

Furthermore, during sentencing, the judge echoed India’s Supreme Court in saying, “sexual violence is not only an unlawful invasion of right of privacy and sanctity of woman but also a serious blow to her honour…It leaves a traumatic and humiliating impression on her conscience, offending her self-esteem and dignity. Rape is not only a crime against a woman, but a crime against the entire society.”

The social movement to better address the crime of rape in India began when a woman was gang raped on a bus in Delhi in 2012. In 2013, India amended and implemented laws to better protect victims of rape.



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August 25, 2015

UK judge witholds report from Thai death penalty defendents

UK judge witholds report from Thai death penalty defendents

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In a judgement released today Mr Justice Green, sitting in the High Court in London, spoke of his “very considerable unease” as he rejected an application by two defendants in a Thai death penalty case. The pair sought a Metropolitan Police report they hoped could assist their defence.

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The court has expedited the case. Burmese nationals Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo, both 22, are currently on trial accused of murdering David Miller, 24, from Jersey, and Hannah Witheridge, 23, from England. With the defence case due to begin shortly and continue until mid- or late September the court has issued its judgement today following a hearing on Friday.

The case dates to September last year when the victims were found murdered on a Koh Tao beach. Witheridge had been raped. The case attracted worldwide attention with Lin and Phyo confessing, before re-enacting the killing in front of the press.

The accused claim the confessions were tortured out of them and the ongoing trial is unfair. UK Prime Minister David Cameron intervened, speaking to Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. Cameron and Chan-o-cha arranged for an observer team from the Metropolitan Police to conduct an inspection of the Thai probe, based on powers in the Police Act 1996.

A team was duly dispatched and prepared a report with the intent to use it for assisting the victims’ families. UK police were expressly forbidden, at a ministerial level, to provide any assistance to Thai authorities as the case involves the death penalty. Due to established UK policy on foreign death penalty cases, the report was also not shared with Thailand. It is this report that Lin and Phyo were seeking.

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Using the Data Protection Act 1998 the defendants asked police for this report to assist their defence, and were denied. That decision was the one challenged unsuccessfully in the High Court. The case pits the two accused trying to defend a death penalty case against the possibility of jeopardising international relations; Thai police co-operated, but only in light of an agreement the report would be confidential.

Legal charity Reprieve, who assisted the two men, said in a statement “Concerns about the conduct of the Thai investigation and the safety of any convictions resulting have been raised from the very beginning[…] only the defence lawyers in Thailand are in a position to judge whether the information could be of assistance.” Mr Justice Green’s judgement acknowledges he did not know “how the accused might structure their defences” or details about what evidence had been or would be involved.

Thai Prime Minister Chan-o-cha, pictured here in December, was directly involved in negotiations that led to the report being produced.
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Both men say they were starved, suffocated, stripped naked, exposed to cold temperatures, beaten, threatened, and denied legal representation. The Royal Thai Police deny any misconduct. Mr Justice Green read the report himself and decided not to release it as it was of no assistance to the pair.

The report is known to contain some material disputed by Lin and Phyo. It says they repeated their confessions at various times, including in court with legal representation, before retracting them. It also says they have not backed up their torture claims with evidence, medical or otherwise.

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Mr Justice Green said the report described “in many respects […] no more than the routine conduct of a serious crime investigation. This is not a Report which contains, for instance, state secrets.” He also spoke of his distance from the ongoing trial, prompting him to remark of his “very considerable unease” and having to do “the best I could” — not “a comfortable process”.

Noting “the issues of both law and fact are complex, novel and difficult” Mr Justice Green’s judgement notes that, before even hearing the case he promised permission to appeal would be granted, if requested, whatever the outcome. He also promised a swift Court of Appeal hearing to comply with Thai trial time constraints. “The stakes are very high for both sides”, he added.

“In my judgment the common law,” the judgement reads, “and in particular the principles of natural justice and fairness, would in a case such as this which involves the right to life, and the right to a fair trial, as well as powerful countervailing issues of public interest, compel the court to apply the most intense level of anxious scrutiny to the facts to ensure that the accused were not prejudiced.”

Mr Justice Green also ruled the pair, in principal, “have a perfectly proper right to seek access to the personal data for the purpose of using it subsequently in their defence in criminal proceedings”, calling the case one about “fundamental rights”.

Rosa Curling, who represented both men in the London court, has said they would not appeal. She said Lin and Phyo are “disappointed” but “are reassured that at least a British judge has now looked at the information held by the Metropolitan Police, applying anxious scrutiny, and determined that it would not assist them in their ongoing proceedings in Thailand.”

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March 3, 2015

Footballer Adam Johnson arrested on suspicion of sex with under-age girl

Footballer Adam Johnson arrested on suspicion of sex with under-age girl

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English footballer Adam Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of having sex with a girl under the age of 16. Johnson, who currently plays for Sunderland A.F.C. , was arrested yesterday morning at his home. Durham Police confirmed they had arrested a “27-year-old man […] on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.”

A neighbour of Johnson’s spoke to The Sun newspaper about the arrest. They said “All the main activity was between 9.15am and 9.35am. Three undercover cars and a scenes of crime van arrived. As far as I know he lives there with his girlfriend”.

He was due to travel with his club to face Hull on Tuesday night in the English Premier League. However since the news of his arrest broke Sunderland AFC have released a statement confirming his suspension. The club said “Sunderland AFC has confirmed Adam Johnson has been suspended from the club, pending the outcome of a police investigation.”

Johnson has made 105 appearances for Sunderland having previously played for Middlesbrough, Leeds United, and Manchester City. He has represented England on 12 occasions and scored two goals for the national team. He last played for the England National Team in 2012.



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December 19, 2013

Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins sentenced to 29 years in prison for attempting to rape baby

Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins sentenced to 29 years in prison for attempting to rape baby

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Ian Watkins, frontman of Welsh rock group Lostprophets, was sentenced to 29 years in prison yesterday for his involvement in a series of sex-related offences involving children. He pleaded guilty to offences including attempted rape and sexual assault, conspiracy to rape a child, sexual assault of a child, possession of indecent images of children, and possession of an extreme pornographic image involving sex with an animal.

Watkins had pleaded guilty to the offences along with two others, the mothers of two of the children he abused. The two women — who are being kept anonymous to protect the identity of their children — were jailed for 14 and 17 years respectively.

Watkins is to be eligible for release after two-thirds of his prison sentence, and is to spend six years on licence.

Mr Justice Royce, in his sentencing remarks, said the actions of the defendants “plunged new depths of depravity”. He also said: “Any decent person looking at and listening to the material here will experience shock; revulsion; anger and incredulity.”

The sentencing remarks detail text messages sent between Watkins and one of the mothers planning to abuse children, as well as giving the infant in their care methyl amphetamines. The evidence, according to the judge, “is a dreadful catalogue of abuse of a previously innocent boy to satisfy your own interests and lusts.” In other communications, Watkins planned to turn the life of the other defendant’s child into “a life of filth”.

Detective Chief Inspector Peter Doyle from the South Wales Police said investigating Watkins’ actions exposed him to “the most disturbing child abuse evidence” of his police career.

Following his guilty plea but before his sentencing, Watkins discussed his sentencing with a friend via telephone. The singer told his friend: “I’m going to put a statement on [December] 18th now just to say it was megalolz, I don’t know what everyone is getting so freaked out about.” Lolz is a variant form of LOL — laugh out loud.

He also told his friend: “You know I plead[sic] guilty just to avoid a trial, not realising ‘Hang on, that makes me look a bit guilty’ but I would never harm anybody.” Watkins’ “mega lolz” comment was the front page story today in the taboid newspaper The Sun.

Investigation into Watkins’ activities continue, as do attempts to seek more possible victims. There are also investigations going on by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into how police failed to pick up on Watkins’ activities before 2012.



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December 1, 2013

Investigation into Jimmy Savile abuse cases expands to nineteen more hospitals

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Investigation into Jimmy Savile abuse cases expands to nineteen more hospitals

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Investigations into claims of sexual abuse by the former television presenter, and DJ, Jimmy Savile are expanding to cover an additional 19 hospitals in the United Kingdom, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced Friday. Hunt told Parliament, in a written statement, the investigation around Savile’s access through the health service are now to report by June next year.

The announcement brings the total number of hospitals being investigated for links with sexual abuse allegations made against Savile to 32. Metropolitan Police are continuing their inquiries into Savile, stating: “Inquiries are ongoing, and we continue to work with the Department of Health. Inquiries into criminal offences are not concluded yet”.

About a year after Savile’s death in October 2011, ITV broadcast a documentary where several women claim to have been sexually abused by the former TV star. Since then, many more people have come forward with statements claiming abuse by Savile. In addition, a number of other celebrities and public figures have been arrested in connection with claims of sexual abuse and rape.

Solicitor Jessica Standley, whose law firm represents about 70 of Savile’s alleged victims, said of the news: “What is concerning me is that the Department of Health have taken until now to include those additional hospitals”.

Brian Tooke, a former nurse at the now closed De La Pole Hospital in Willerby, said: “I was appalled when I heard it all — they are vulnerable people and should be protected. I can’t understand how, if it is true, he would have been allowed to have free run and exploit vulnerable people.”

The nineteen additional hospitals under-investigation are:

  1. Barnet General Hospital
  2. Booth Hall Children’s Hospital
  3. De La Pole Hospital
  4. Dryburn Hospital
  5. Hammersmith Hospital
  6. Leavesden Secure Mental Hospital
  7. Marsden Hospital
  8. Maudsley Hospital
  9. North Manchester General Hospital
  10. Odstock Hospital
  11. Pinderfields Hospital
  12. Prestwich Psychiatric Hospital
  13. Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead
  14. Royal Free Hospital, London
  15. Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle
  16. Seacroft Hospital, Leeds
  17. St Mary’s Hospital, Carshalton
  18. Whitby Memorial Hospital
  19. Wythenshawe Hospital



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September 26, 2013

For Jamaica, 2012 Report on Gender Equality and Development focuses on men

For Jamaica, 2012 Report on Gender Equality and Development focuses on men

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On Tuesday the World Bank released the 2012 World Development Report on Gender Equality and Development. For Jamaica the report highlights a number of negative gender issues for the nation’s men.

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The report claims that getting an education in Jamaica is viewed as primarily a female activity. This cultural attitude encourages males to leave school early. In 2008, girls outnumbered boys in secondary school by a ratio of 1.04:1. At the same time, boys were more likely to have to repeat a year of school. Only 16% of boys passed five or more Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate exams compared to 30% of girls. Boys outperformed girls only in vocational subjects and physics. The report cites four key challenges in boys’ development identified by a national programme. They are low self-esteem, limited future employment opportunities, lack of discipline, and masculine identities that eschew education.

A program in Jamaica uses cash incentives to encourage at-risk boys to stay in school; other countries like Pakistan use cash incentives to encourage girls to stay in school. Jamaica’s program has resulted an average increase in boys attending school by 0.5 days a month. At the same time, fathers are urged to become more involved with their childrens’ schooling and changes are being made to the curriculum to make it “more boy-friendly”.

Definitions of masculinity result in less employment opportunities and smaller earnings potential. The report claims Jamaican definitions of masculinity also encourage more risky behavior, and sexual behaviors valuing achievement and competence above intimacy. The report says these factors increase physical and sexual violence towards women.

Male mortality is increasing in Jamaica. The report cites crime and violence as causes.



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April 12, 2013

Anonymous muscle in on Canadian teen rape case

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Friday, April 12, 2013

On Wednesday, the Internet hacking collective Anonymous vowed to publish the names of the four suspects involved in the alleged rape of Canadian Rehtaeh Parsons, who committed suicide last week.

A message sent to Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) by the hacktivist group called “for immediate legal action” in the case, citing that “If we [Anonymous] were able to locate these boys within 2 hours, it will not be long before someone else finds them.”

This latest operation by the group, dubbed “Operation Justice For Rehtaeh”, led to expression of concern among the members of the RCMP. In an interview with the National Post, Nova Scotia Justice Minister Ross Landry spoke of the dangers of releasing this crucial information in this ongoing investigation, “We don’t want another child taking their life because some vigilante group think it’s OK … maybe it’s a wrong name — then what would they do to someone?”

The 17-year-old Parsons was taken off life support on Sunday following an attempt to take her own life days before. Her mother erected a Facebook page celebrating the life of her daughter as well as acknowledging the true reasons for her daughters tragic passing, “Rehtaeh is gone today because of the four boys that thought that raping a 15-year-old girl was okay, and to distribute a photo to ruin her spirit and reputation would be fun.”



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March 18, 2013

Swiss woman gang-raped in Madhya Pradesh, India

Swiss woman gang-raped in Madhya Pradesh, India

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Police say a Swiss national was gang-raped whilst on a camping holiday with her husband in the Datia district of Madhya Pradesh, India. Madhya Pradesh Police arrested five men yesterday in connection with the attack on the couple, which took place Friday evening.

A gang allegedly beat the woman and her husband, as well as stealing a laptop, a mobile phone, and about 10,000 (US$ 185) in cash. The woman, reportedly age 39, was taken to a nearby hospital in the city of Gwalior. Police said she has not suffered any major injuries and medical evidence confirmed rape.

The Madhya Pradesh Police recovered the stolen laptop and mobile phone. Deputy Inspector General D K Arya said, “We have arrested five persons who raped the Swiss woman and recovered her mobile and laptop”. The accused are named as Baba Kanjar, Bhutha Kanjar, Rampro Kanjar, Gaza Kanjar and Vishnu Kanjar.Police superintendent Chandra Shekhar Solanki said the accused appeared in court with covered faces.

A local police official, S M Afzal, stated the attackers “tied up the man and raped the woman in his presence”. Sub-divisional police officer ML Dhody said, “They were coming from Orchha on a bicycle and they decided to stay in a forest. A lot of tourists throng the area. They were beaten up by a few people who took away their laptops”.

The Swiss ambassador to India, Linus von Castelmur, has spoken to the victim and promised all assistance. The embassy said: “The embassy is most distressed with the gang rape of a Swiss national in Madhya Pradesh. The ambassador has been able to speak to the victim and her partner and has assured them of all possible support. Their health and treatment is the priority of the moment.”

Mamata Sharma, chair of the Indian National Commission for Women, said changes needed to be made in how rape cases are dealt with. She said, “I have said this for the past few days that the crime against women in Madhya Pradesh is increasing and the government should take stringent action to put an end to such incidents […] The accused should be punished and we should see that what kind of image of India we are presenting to the outside world. The government should take a strict action”.

Last December, a gang-rape killed an Indian medical student, which led to mass protests across India for a change in attitudes towards rape and how it is dealt with.



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