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 10-28-2009, 03:43 PM         #61
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 C Nugget said:
I've never known someone who was k!lled after the fact because they're not here to suffer. I know women that have been molested or r*ped in their childhood or teenage years and it f**ked them up. There's no getting over s3xual a.ssault. All you can do is get through it. At least with death, you can't suffer.
atleast when you get molested or r*ped you can still live a healthy f**king life and have kids or more kids and do things

when your dead you are f**king DEAD.. it doesnt matter what you say death is worse then being r*ped
 8 years ago '07        #62
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 IronMaiden said:
atleast when you get molested or r*ped you can still live a healthy f**king life and have kids or more kids and do things

when your dead you are f**king DEAD.. it doesnt matter what you say death is worse then being r*ped

Have kids and do more things...after years of s3xual dysfunction, trust issues, possible anger and drug issues. Tell you what:

Why don't you go get r*ped and report to us on how awesome your life is afterward?
 8 years ago '07        #63
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And to everyone who's pointed out how the victim needed better parenting...why is it you're not saying how the rapists needed better parenting?
 8 years ago '06        #64
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 kegar89 said:


It's a sick world we all live in.
i know, but u know once they catch one (and they will), the rest will fall because u know he will snitch
 8 years ago '04        #65
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Four teenagers face potential life sentences in connection with the gang r*pe of a 15-year-old girl outside her homecoming dance at Richmond High School, Contra Costa County prosecutors said Wednesday.Three minors -- ages 15, 16 and 17 -- are each charged with felony r*pe with a foreign object. The charges all carry an enhancement that they acted in concert, which could make them eligible for life in prison if convicted, deputy district attorney Dara Cashman said.
The 16-year-old also has been charged with robbery. Cashman charged a fourth suspect, 19-year-old Manuel Ortega, with robbery, a.ssault causing great bodily injury, r*pe in concert and an enhancement that also makes him eligible for life in prison.
The youths were charged as



adults "because this crime speaks to a high degree of callousness and viciousness," said Contra Costa deputy district attorney Dan Cabral, head of the office's juvenile division.Cashman and Richmond police detectives said Wednesday that they expect to make more arrests in the case. A fifth suspect arrested Tuesday night, 21-year-old Salvador Rodriguez, remains in custody but has not been charged.
Police say the suspects all participated in the two-hour a.ssault in a shadowy courtyard while students danced in a gym across campus Saturday night.
Detectives continued searching for more suspects Wednesday. They can only estimate how many participated in the r*pe -- perhaps seven -- after the victim fell into a drunken stupor in their



company.Police say the victim left the dance about 9:30 p.m. and walked north on 23rd Street, intending to phone her father for a ride home. But before she did, a classmate called to her from behind a chain-link fence that separates a campus courtyard from the street.
"Her friend called to her, then hopped the fence and escorted her" up Emeric Avenue to a low gate that led into a campus parking lot, Lt. Mark Gagan said.
They joined a group of teens and young adults hanging out and drinking in the poorly lit courtyard.
The victim drank a large amount of brandy in a short period of time while socializing, police said, then collapsed. Someone dragged her to a bench, where several people stripped her, beat her, stole her jewelry and other belongings, and r*ped her.


The s3xual a.ssault continued for about two hours, detectives estimate, with several young men and boys taking part, possibly including some who arrived after the attack began, as word spread.
News of the ongoing r*pe eventually reached Raul Rubio from passers-by, as he stood on a corner with friends about a block from campus. After verifying the claim, he went to his girlfriend's nearby home, and she called 911.
"That could easily have been their sister, their



mom," said Atianna Gibbs, one of a group of friends and recent Richmond High graduates who reported the attack. "Nobody deserves that."Richmond police spent the next four days interviewing dozens of teens and young adults, leading them to the suspects. Detectives have recovered some of the victim's property, including her cell phone, Detective Ken Greco said.
The department is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible.
The victim was released from the hospital Wednesday, according to The a.ssociated Press.


"Recovery is difficult -- period," said Marcia Blackstock, director of Bay Area Women Against r*pe. "Your mind runs you through every scenario. It's a common thing. What did I do? What happened? You create things in your mind that are just more battles than you necessarily need to wage with yourself, but it happens."


While the victim rested, public dialogue about the crime and its origins raged in Richmond and across the country. Students held a rally in support of the victim at El Cerrito High, while dozens of students and teachers gathered outside Richmond High School on Wednesday afternoon, large signs hanging on the walls behind them: "What about the good things?" and "Richmond cares!"
West Contra Costa school board's safety subcommittee hosted a meeting Wednesday night in the high school auditorium, where about 100 community members vented over the r*pe, particularly focusing on the lack of security cameras and fencing around the campus. The district has drawn fire over the on-campus a.ssault and its perceived sluggishness to add long-promised safety features to Richmond High.


One neighborhood group offered to patrol the campus and surrounding neighborhood and another offered to teach a r*pe crisis class to students. Both items were forwarded to next week's full school board meeting. In addition, the district planned to appeal to the state to expedite fence construction around the school and hoped to finalize a security camera bid.
"We're not animals. We're not savages. We're students and we're trying to achieve," Richmond High student Maritza Morales told the audience. "People look at us very different now."


The mood was similar earlier Wednesday.
"I'm devastated" about the r*pe, Richmond High senior Norma Bautista said. "We are not criminals. We are the future leaders. We are going to make a change. Everything they say about us -- that we're animals, that we're not a community -- we are a community. Why are they focusing on the negativity?"
Teacher Lorna McCllelan said the city and the school are being "portrayed as a community that doesn't care about violence. Our community recognizes that this is a problem, and we are taking steps to address it. My students are not criminals. They are amazing individuals who overcome impossible challenges."
Reach Karl Fischer at 510-262-2728. Follow him at Twitter.com/kfischer510. Reach Shelly Meron at 510-243-3578. Follow her at Twitter.com/shellymeron.
how to help

Richmond police ask anyone with information about the case to call Detective Ken Greco at 510-620-6618. The department is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Donations to the victim can be sent to Richmond High School, 1250 23rd St., Richmond, CA 94804. They should be made out to "Richmond High School Student Fund" with "s3x a.ssault victim" on the memo line.







 8 years ago '06        #66
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 litdes said:
ok i know a 15 yare old drinkin aint really right but if a 15 year old does decide to drink she shouldnt hafta worry about a bunch of n*ggas runnin up in her while shes passed out

exactly!!!!
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Richmond police arrested a sixth suspect Thursday evening in the gang r*pe of a 15-year-old girl outside Richmond High School's homecoming dance Saturday night, police Lt. Mark Gagan said.

Jose Carlos Montano, 18, was arrested shortly after 5 p.m. by Richmond police detectives near his San Pablo home in the 1800 block 16th Street, Gagan said.

Montano was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on felony charges of r*pe, r*pe in concert with force, penetration with a foreign object and a special enhancement requesting life in prison, Gagan said. His bail was set at $1.3 million.

"You can tell by the severity of his charges and the amount of his bail that Montano played a significant role in the a.ssault on our victim," Gagan said.

Gagan, who did not know whether Montano attended Richmond High School, said the investigation is ongoing and investigators believe there are more suspects.

The arrest came the same day that four teenagers charged in connection with the gang r*pe were arraigned in Contra Costa County Superior Court.


Police said earlier this week that they believe between seven and 10 people were involved in robbing, beating and s3xually a.ssaulting the victim, a Richmond High School student, in front of as many as a dozen onlookers.

Cashman said she decided to charge the juveniles as adults in this case because of the "extremely callous and brutal" nature of the crime.

While she has prosecuted numerous gang r*pe cases, she said this one seemed particularly cold.

She also said her office has received "expressions of outrage from around the country," mostly sent by email, about the case.

Castillo said his client, Morales, is a young kid who has no prior criminal record.

"This is a horrible tragedy and it's hard to understand how this could happen on an American (high school) campus," Castillo said. But, he added, he had just received the information about the case today and didn't know if Morales was even present for the r*pe or what role, if any, he played in it.

Peter's cousin and aunt said Peter is innocent.

"He heard a noise, didn't know what was going on, and just walked by," Peter's cousin, who declined to give his name, said. "He didn't see anything."

According to the cousin, Peter turned himself in after Richmond police raided the home where he lives with his grandmother.

"He's innocent, so what's the point of hiding and running," the cousin said.

Monica Peter, Peter's aunt, said her nephew likes to play soccer and is good at math.

"He's a very good kid. Very respectable. Good manners," she said.

Detectives believe the attack began around 9:30 p.m., after a classmate beckoned the victim to a secluded area of the campus where she began drinking with them. The a.ssault lasted more than two hours, Richmond police Lt. Mark Gagan said.

The victim was in critical condition when police found her and had to be airlifted to the hospital, police said. She was released from the hospital Wednesday night, Cashman said.

Students, teachers and community leaders held a rally at the high school Wednesday afternoon to speak out against the a.ssault.

Anyone who wants to make a financial contribution to help the victim and her family can send a check to Richmond High School, located at 1250 23rd St., Richmond, 94804-1011. Checks can made out to the Richmond High School Student Fund, s3xual a.ssault victim.

Richmond police are offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in the attack, Gagan said.
 8 years ago '05        #68
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 IronMaiden said:
I was being sarcastic and i hope you were too

murder is FAR worse then s3xually a.ssaulting someone, atleast that person who has been s3xually a.ssaulted gets to live on the rest of his/her life and can get help when your murdered you are DEAD you are no longer here and affects everyone in your life in a horrible way, way worse then getting a d*ck shoved up your a.ss
I completely disagree with you, there are things worse than death and r*pe is one of them.
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