Two HIV-positiveBrit workers in Spain are standing trial for raping a teenage boy.
The gay couple - Andreu Paul W, 38, and Warren H, 34, - are accused of making the 17-year-old victim drink 'large quantities of vodka' at their flat in Calpe, eastern Spain, reported Daily Mail.
They allegedly made him sniff an unknown substance and when he passed out, they stripped him and took turns in raping him, the report quoted El Mundo newspaper as saying.
The teenager regained consciousness only the next day.
The boy was, luckily, not infected with HIV virus. However, he is still battling post-traumatic stress disorder from the crime.
4-year-old wanders street at 4am asking for a drink
A four-year-old little girl was found walking the streets of Lincolnshire, UK, at 4am in the morning asking for a drink.
Seeing her walk in her pyjamas holding a teddy bear, a factory worker stopped by her and reported to the police, according to Daily Mail.
The girl said told him that her mother was asleep and that she wanted a drink.
Paul Collier, said he was shocked because the innocent but chirpy little girl could have got into anyone’s car. He was astonished how she could get out of her home alone at that hour.
There were lot of cars on the road at that time, but none stopped. Police are investigating the incident. The child has been returned to her mom.
Female raped on way to prayers
SAUDI ARABIA: An Arab man used a knife to rape a female dentist of another Arab nationality as she headed with him to perform prayers in the Grand Mosque in the western Saudi town of Makkah, a newspaper reported on Friday.
The woman accepted an offer from the man to give her a lift to the Grand Mosque after telling her he was also going for prayers.
“Instead of taking her to the mosque, the man took the dentist to a deserted and dark place, where he raped her at knife point,” Sabq newspaper said, adding that the rapist was later arrested by Saudi police.
Pregnant woman sliced up for baby
US: A Milwaukee woman who confessed to trying to steal a baby by attacking a pregnant woman and slicing out her full-term fetus was convicted Thursday of killing them both.
Jurors deliberated for less than two hours before finding Annette Morales-Rodriguez guilty of two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in the October 2011 deaths of the mother and fetus. Morales-Rodriguez, 34, faces a mandatory life sentence when she's sentenced Dec. 14, though a judge could allow for the possibility of parole. Wisconsin does not have the death penalty.
A key piece of evidence during the trial was a videotaped police interview in which Morales-Rodriguez described her attack on 23-year-old Maritza Ramirez-Cruz. She admitted luring Ramirez-Cruz to her home, bludgeoning and choking her into unconsciousness and using a small blade to carve out the fetus. She told investigators she was desperate to have a son, that she had faked a pregnancy and that she devised a plan to steal an unborn baby as her supposed due date approached.
Ramirez-Cruz died due to a combination of blood loss, blunt trauma and asphyxiation, and the male fetus died as a result of her death, a medical examiner testified.
Morales-Rodriguez did not testify, and her attorneys did not call any witnesses. They also did not deny that she attacked Ramirez-Cruz, instead arguing that the deaths were reckless but not intentional. They urged jurors to convict her of the lesser charge of first-degree reckless homicide, which carries a maximum penalty of 40 years in prison.
"We never said she didn't do it. She told the cops she did," public defender Reyna Morales told the jury of six men and six women during closing statements. "But the evidence ... from the very beginning all the way to the last minutes, reckless, reckless, reckless."
Morales argued that if her client meant for the victim to die, she would have had a plan for disposing of the body instead of stashing it in the basement. She also said Morales-Rodriguez wanted the baby to live so she could raise him as her own.
In the police interview, Morales-Rodriguez explained that she was desperate to give her boyfriend a son but that she couldn't "stay pregnant." She said she twice pretended to be pregnant, only to claim each time that she miscarried. The third time she considered another scenario: stealing the fetus from a pregnant Hispanic woman, she said.
She described how she went to a Latino community center and found Ramirez-Cruz, a mother of three in her 40th week of pregnancy.
Morales-Rodriguez told police she offered Ramirez-Cruz a ride and brought her to Morales-Rodriguez's home. There, she bashed Ramirez-Cruz in the head with a baseball bat and choked her until she passed out. She said she then put duct tape over the younger woman's mouth and nose and wrapped a plastic bag around her head. She then used a small blade to slice the victim open from hip to hip and pulled out a stillborn boy.
In a 911 call played for jurors, she told a dispatcher that she had just given birth to a baby who wasn't breathing.
In the ensuing investigation and autopsy, a medical examiner found evidence that the baby wasn't the product of a natural birth. A subsequent examination verified Morales-Rodriguez hadn't given birth.
Police later found Ramirez-Cruz's disemboweled body in Morales-Rodriguez's basement.
Prosecutor Mark Williams told jurors that every detail in the case pointed to deliberate intent. Morales-Rodriguez had plenty of opportunities to stop short of killing Ramirez-Cruz, he said, but at every turn she made the decision to press on.
Williams emphasized that Ramirez-Cruz must have gasped for air and pleaded for mercy as she was choked, with her killer likely looking her in the eye. He also discussed how Morales-Rodriguez admitted taping the victim's mouth and nose and cinching a plastic bag over her head.
"Now what did she think was going to happen when she did that?" he asked.
Morales-Rodriguez told investigators she thought Ramirez-Cruz was dead before she began slicing out the fetus. But a medical examiner testified that blood found in Ramirez-Cruz's abdomen suggested her heart was still beating.
Morales-Rodriguez sat in silence throughout the three days of testimony. She kept her head down and eyes open as she listened through headphones to an interpreter translating English into Spanish.
The victim's husband, Christian Mercado, brought his family to Wisconsin from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, about two years ago. After the trial, he said little to reporters. A family friend, Penelope Solis, said the trial had been challenging for Mercado, because of graphic autopsy photos as well as surveillance video that showed his wife and Morales-Rodriguez shopping at a drugstore hours before the slaying.
"It's been up and down for him. It's been hard," she said. "Some of the videos, the pictures, he's never seen before. There's no words to describe it."
4 accused of raping woman in desert
Two Emiratis and two other Arab men are on trial in Abu Dhabi on charges of raping a woman in the desert, a charge refuted by the defence lawyer due to contradictions in the victim’s statement.
The unidentified woman had told police she was leaving a hotel in the capital at night when two Emiratis, including her friend, stopped and offered her a lift.
Instead of taking her home, they treated her roughly inside the car and forced her to come with them to a desert area outside the city.
There, they raped her and then invited two friends, from another Gulf country, to rape the woman.
During Tuesday’s court session, the female defence lawyer said the charges are unfounded on the grounds the woman first said she was raped by six men because she was drunk.
She said the woman had also said during hearings that she smoked and took off all her jewelry while she was being raped.
“The lawyer also referred to a medical report showing that there was no evidence of rape. The lawyer then asked for the acquittal of the defendants,” the Arabic language daily Emarat Al Youm said.
The paper said the woman told court she had not resisted rape for fear of being killed in that deserted area, adding that hearings were adjourned to October 4.
Man jailed 3 years for rape attempt
A court in Fujeirah sentenced an Asian man to three years in prison and ordered his deportation from the UAE after he was convicted of trying to rape a woman of the same nationality at her house while she was asleep.
The man had confessed to illegally entering the victim’s house and trying to rape her while she was asleep in her bed room.But he fled after the woman resisted his attempts and began screaming. Police later managed to arrest the assailant, in his 20s.