Please click the link below to learn more about her and her sisters’ fight against sadistic and emboldened rapist Marc Winner and to really understand the gravity of predators like him who are able to use the statute of limitations against their victims to their advantage. Over 16 years, she’d hoped and prayed this day would actually never come, because although she knew he couldn’t stop-it was her greatest wish that he would, so no one else would be violently raped by him again.
Painfully, that was not the case with 4 in the Statute of Limitations and 10 known total in a 15 year period.
Babestation has apologized to both "disappointed callers in Ireland" and the good people of Westport, a town called "the most beautiful view I ever saw in the world," by 19th-century English novelist William Thackeray.
"As a show of support and recognition," Babestation wrote in a statement, "two of [Babestation's] models will be visiting Westport…
It’s actually been harder than any victim survivor could ever be able to explain.
Our msister and brother survivors understand why sexual assault is the most under reported crime, because coming forward in order to protect others from a monster has no upsides due to the revictimization of stigma, harassment, a pretty inept and broken system, and those who want to make rape of all things about politics or shaming and blaming the survivor rather than stopping the perp.
For he remained active and her reporting him, going to all their trial dates, and his slap on the wrist plea deal didn’t keep him from continuing his proclivity to do irreparable and permanent harm.
The organization that handles such things, the Commission of Communications Regulation (Comreg), has not replied to Minister Ring.
To stop victimisation of trafficked woman, the panel recommends sending sex workers caught plying their trade near a public place to a correctional home, instead of putting them in jail.
The duration of the stay should be reduced from five years to one.
The panel, set up in 2011, will submit its report in March.
Prostitution per se is legal in India but it is caught in a web of laws that makes sex workers vulnerable to police action in red-light districts, where they ply their trade on streets or in dingy brothels.“Whenever there is a raid on a brothel, since voluntary sex work is not illegal and only running the brothel is unlawful, the sex workers should not be arrested or penalised or harassed or victimised,” the panel says.