Court finds gang rape of 12-year-old to be not so serious

September 30, 2011 by admin · Comments Off
Filed under: Kidnapping, Rape 

http://asiancorrespondent.com/66085/appeals-court-finds-gang-rape-to-be-not-so-serious/

US regrets soldier’s alleged rape of Korean girl

September 29, 2011 by admin · Comments Off
Filed under: Kidnapping, Rape, Sexual Slavery, Torture, U.S. Policy 

US regrets soldier’s alleged rape of Korean woman girl

Photos of the self-confessed rapist (Korean Sentry)

Update: 5 Oct. 2011, The self-confessed rapist claimed that he was drunk and can’t remember what exactly happend, but now there is proof that he followed the female Korean teen to her apartment. When the rapist got to the female’s apartment, he verified that she was the only one in the apartment by looking for female shoes, before going on his sexually charged and violent rampage on the Korean teen.

There is also proof that the female Korean teen valiantly fought to keep this from happening, but was over-powered by the rapist.

Update: 1 Oct. 2011, The self-confessed rapist is now in the custody of the Korean police.

I’d like to note that Korea is not capable, i.e., it doesn’t have the balls, to try and properly sentence serious crimes by foreigners. In its pursuit to be accepted by the world, it has thrown its own people under the bus. The policy makers in Korea should be ashamed of themselves. Simply put, they are cowards! –ajosshi.com

Update: 30 Sept. 2011, 9:03AM, KST
(This update is based on research done by ajosshi.com)

The perp, “K,” a U.S. Army private, has admitted to making forcible entry into the Korean woman’s apartment, at approximately 4 A.M.. He trapped her in her apartment, then proceeded to beat her with a sharp object, while raping her, over and over, for the next several hours. The Korean woman, now believed to be 17, suffered severe lacerations to her body.

http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/nation/2011/09/113_95682.html

29 Sept. 2011
WASHINGTON (Yonhap) — The U.S. government on Wednesday vowed full cooperation in the investigation into an alleged rape by an American soldier of a young Korean woman near a military base north of Seoul, according to the South Korean Embassy in Washington.

Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kurt Campbell telephoned Amb. Han Duck-soo hours after a news report that the 21-year-old Army private, assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division in Dongducheon, had raped the 18-year-old woman at around 4 a.m. Saturday.

She was watching television in her rented room in downtown Dongducheon, where several military bases are located, according to investigators.

Police identified the soldier through a closed-circuit television camera installed near the room and informed the U.S. military of the case.

After turning himself in to police, the soldier was quoted as saying that he can’t remember exactly what happened as he was drunk.
Police sent the case to prosecutors.

Campbell expressed regret over the incident in his conversation with the ambassador, the embassy said in a press release.

The assistant secretary also said “the U.S. government will closely cooperate with the South Korean government for thorough investigation into this case,” it added.

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