The four Somalis raped a 13-year-old girl in Västerås, Sweden, until she started bleeding and then continued the rape. Now three Somalis have been sentenced to several months of youth care and compensation. None of them can be deported under the current legislation – because they also have Swedish passports. The gang rape was filmed and distributed on social media, and the girl, who feels terribly bad and tried to commit suicide after the rape, is called into question at school.
On 14 June 2017, the day after the school closure, a 13-year-old girl was gang-raped in toilet in an apartment in Västerås.
The perpetrators were three Somalis, all three of whom, according to their own statements, were born in 2000. A fourth Somali who took part in the group rape escapes punishment because he was registered as a minor at that time.
During the police interrogation the girl told the police that the Somalis had offered her alcohol and that she was very misty.
One of the perpetrators then took her to the toilet and raped her.
Then another Somali brought her to the toilet to rape her together with a third person. When they were in the toilet, the underage Somali came in and had intercourse with the girl, which led to the girl’s vagina tearing and blood flowing.
When she fled to the balcony crying, one of the Somalis came after her and raped her on the balcony again – while the others watched.
After the gang rape, the girl cut herself in the wrists, became distant and has anxiety attacks. She has a lot of absenteeism and at night she has nightmares, and can’t sleep alone.
At least two of the Somalis filmed the long-term gang rape and the rape film was distributed on social media. The film sequences were one of the strongest proofs of the prosecutor’s office and were shown at the trial, writes Sveriges Television (Swedish state television).
At school and elsewhere, the girl is being called names. She has been exposed to rumours and received messages from social media with warnings not to report the gang rape to the police.
In the evening stones are thrown against the girl’s family home, the mother told the court during the trial.
About three weeks after the incident, the girl was also affected by Pfeiffer’s disease, a herpes virus, which, according to a doctor, was probably caused by “sexual contacts”. She had a 40 degree fever.
Public documents show that all three convicted persons have citizenship in both Sweden and Somalia – and therefore cannot be deported to Africa under the current legislation.
As recently as September 2017, two Somalis were convicted of a robbery committed in April 2017. The verdict at the time was youth care.
On 18 April, the Västmanland District Court announced the verdict in the rape case. The three persecuted Somalis have been convicted of child rape and the sentence has become child care for eight months each. Together they have to pay 186.000 crowns (17.850 euro) compensation to the girl.
Two Somalis have also been convicted of child pornography.
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