August 29, 2018
Everything which can be said has been said.
Four men have been charged with gross rape against a developmentally disabled woman. Yesterday they were set free. Why? The court could not prove that they knew she had a developmental disability.
The woman is 18-years-old and has an intellectual disability. She is described by friends and family as having the cognition of a five or six-year-old, according to the judgement.
On Saturday 5 May she met one of the men in Stockholm at the T-Centre. They began to talk and then took a train towards Hässelby and then a car from Abrahamsberg’s underground station in Bromma to an apartment where two more men were and a fourth man joined them eventually.
The woman said the four men held her arms and legs, beat her and raped her. All four men denied the crime, two said they had intercourse but that it was voluntary. A third man’s sperm was found on her knickers.