Showing posts with label Castration. Show all posts
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August 8, 2014

Uncle with so called Super human powers got Super human Surprise as he tried to rape his Niece


The unnamed teen, believed to be around 17 or 18 years old, took the law into her own hands on July 2 in the Madhepura district in the Bihar state when, "armed with a recording device and a knife," she severed the penis of her attacker. 
The details: According to the Times of India, on July 1, the teen was taken to see her uncle, a Tantrist who claims to have supernatural powers. The uncle brought the girl to a private room and sexually assaulted her.
The following day, the uncle requested that the teen come to his home, where she arrived with her knife in tow. She allegedly recorded the incident on her cell phone, and as the uncle tried to rape her again, she responded by severing his penis.
After local police were alerted to the attack, they decided not to press charges against the teen. “We should applaud her bravery and courage," Bihar police official AK Singh told the Independent.
The uncle is still at large.
India's sexual violence problem: This particular triumph comes after a string of high-profile rape cases in India. In 2013, anti-rape laws were reformed after a 23-year-old woman was fatally gang-raped on a bus in New Delhi. The government responded with harsher penalties for rape; now it is punishable by death.
Despite new reforms in the legal system, women still live with sexual violence in all sectors of society, in India and around the world. Someone is raped in India every 22 minutes, and in 2012 alone there were 24,923 reported cases. Somewhere between 1% and 10% of rape cases actually get reported, so that number is on the conservative side.
Poverty and a deep-rooted caste system continue to lead men to target young women sexually. But this teen's courage may show other Indian women that they don't need to take abuse lying down. Of course, no one is advocating for violence, of any kind. The solution to India's ongoing violence against women problem is not to arm all Indian females with knives, nor is it to tell women to drink less, wear longer skirts or walk home in groups. Instead, one hopes that this young woman's bravery will help push the dialogue forward, rallying support for changes that will continue to beef up India's legal protections while at the same time helping to change a culture that maintains such a strong gender-based power imbalance. That’s the type of empowerment we can all get behind.

December 22, 2012

Portuguese Castration Lover Gets in NYC 25 to Life

A prosecution psychiatrist says 22-year-old Portuguese model Renato Seabra, seen here in an image taken from Portuguese television and posted to YouTube, would have known the difference between right and wrong at the time he allegedly tortured and murdered the journalist Carlos Castro. (YouTube)

A 23-year-old Portuguese underwear model gets the maximum sentence for killing and then castrating his lover in 2011.
Renato Seabra was sentenced Friday to 25 years to life in prison for the grisly murder of TV personality Carlos Castro in a New York City hotel room, The Associated Press reported.
He had pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, but a psychatrist for the prosecutiontestified during trial that Seabra would have known right from wrong at the time of the killing.

A jury convicted him of the charges last month,according to the New York Times.
Prosecutors said Seabra and Castro were a couple, and that Seabra was angry that the older man had ended their relationship, the New York Post reported.
Before his sentencing, Seabra asked for forgiveness from Castro's family and spoke through an interpreter about the day of the killing.
"At the moment I went into the room that day, something took power over me," the AP quoted him as saying. "We used to fight each other but always playfully. I was never aggressive before. I never had any fight with Carlos. On that day, I don't know what took over me."

March 21, 2012

Dutch and Netherlands} Catholic Church ‘Castrated Boys as Gay Cures, Punishments’

by  Catholic prayers - file pic

A newspaper in the Netherlands claims to have uncovered cases in which boys in Roman Catholic care over half a century ago were castrated to stop them being gay or to punish them for uncovering abuse.
NRC Handelsblad is reporting that more than ten teenage boys and young men were surgically castrated to try to rid them of homosexuality and that Catholic carers castrated boys who blew the whistle on abuse.
Wim Deetman’s inquiry into sexual abuse in the Roman Catholic Church in the Netherlands was reportedly sent evidence of the castrations but the allegations were not followed up in the final report.
The paper says in 1956 20-year-old Henk Heithuis was castrated after he reported priests to the police following abuse at the Catholic care home in which he was living.
The NRC reporter said Mr Heithuis was admitted to a Catholic psychiatric unit after two priests were convicted of abusing him, and according to records was castrated at a hospital in the southern town of Veghel at his own request.
No record of his consent was found and at 20, he would have been below the country’s age of majority in the 1950s. Mr Heithuis died two years later in a car accident.
The reporter was told castrations were used as punishment for those who reported abuse and as a general cure for homosexuality.
The Commission said no findings on the castration of abused boys were published in the report, which acknowledged widespread abuse in the Church, because they had found “too few leads for further investigation”.
While it said the risk of minors being subject to sexual advances was twice as great in institutions as the national average of 9.7 percent, the report found there was no significant difference between Roman Catholic institutions and other institutions for children.
It also said that while tens of thousands of minors were subjected to “inappropriate sexual behaviour” ranging from “mild” to “very serious” in the Roman Catholic Church between 1945 and 2010, the figure “differs little from the incidence of abuse among non-Catholics”.
The report found that between 0.3 and 0.9 percent of the Dutch population over 40 had experienced a sexual advance by a person within the Catholic Church when they were a minor.
While the 1,100-page document uncovered regular abuse of children, it said that the media had presented a “distorted” view of abuse within the Church when such abuse was actually widespread in the country, saying that analysis of the reports submitted to it led to an impression based “mainly on the experiences of persons who were willing to tell their stories to journalists”.
A parliamentary investigation into the castration claims is expected to be called for by ministers today.

1950’s Dutch Roman Catholic church ‘castrated’

Up to 11 boys were castrated while in the care of the Dutch Roman Catholic church in the 1950s to rid them of homosexuality, a newspaper investigation has said.
A young man was castrated in 1956 after telling police he was being abused by priests, the newspaper reported.
The justice minister is investigating the role of the government at the time.
Last year, an inquiry found thousands of children had been sexually abused in Dutch Catholic institutions since 1945.
Dutch MPs called for an inquiry after the report was published in the NRC Handelsblad newspaper at the weekend.
'Serious and shocking’ 
Henk Hethuis, a pupil at a Catholic boarding school, was 18 when he told police in 1956 he was being abused by a Dutch monk. He was castrated on the instructions of Catholic priests, NRC Handelsblad said, and told this would "cure" him of his homosexuality.
The same happened to at least 10 of his schoolmates, the newspaper said.
Hethuis died in a car crash in 1958.
Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten called the allegations "very serious and shocking" and said he would investigate the role of the Dutch government at the time.
The Dutch Catholic church has said it is willing to co-operate with an investigation to find out whether the media reports are true, Reuters reports.
A commission of inquiry last year said Catholic officials had failed to tackle the widespread abuse at schools, seminaries and orphanages.
The commission - headed by former cabinet minister Wim Deetman - found tens of thousands of children had suffered abuse ranging from inappropriate touching to rape.
It condemned what it called the church's cover-up and culture of silence.
NRC Handelsblad said the commission received a complaint about the alleged castration cases in 2010.
Dutch MPs are to ask formally for a parliamentary hearing with the head of the commission, former cabinet minister Wim Deetman, to ask him why he did not include the information in his report. 

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