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A horrific crime has torn apart the small town of Cleveland, Texas. Police arrested 18 men - all suspects in the gang rape of an 11-year-old girl.
Investigators say the men raped the middle school student in November in this abandoned trailer- but word didn’t get out until cell phone video of the attack went viral at the local school.
News outlets describe the crime as “nightmarish”, “sickening,” and “sad.”
KHOU REPORTER: “Those who stand accused in this unspeakable crime are men and schoolboys.”
But as details about the attack emerge- some in the media struggle to report accusations that somehow, the victim was to blame.
One blogger for Dreamin’ Demon writes...
“Several students say … the girl was not forced to have sex with the men and that she consented, arguing that she looked well over 11. But her mother states that everyone knew the girl’s age. Which very well may be true, but according to the 11-year-old’s … Facebook, she also loves drinking, smoking and sex.”
Others argue- blaming the child is inconceivable. CNN’s Brooke Baldwin talked with a reporter for the Houston Chronicle who says - a defense attorney for a few of the accused men is trying to demonize the victim.
CINDY HORSWELL, HOUSTON CHRONICLE SENIOR WRITER: “He said the little girl was not, it wasn’t like she is totally completely innocent in this case. It wasn’t like she was kidnapped or something. Whether he was indicating that she might be a willing participant.”
BROOKE BALDWIN, CNN NEWSROOM ANCHOR: “Yeah, at age 11, as you point out, an 11-year-old cannot give legally give consent!”
Some media outlets are under fire for mentioning anything that would somehow imply the child is at fault.. The New York Times caught slack from media critics for publishing...
“Residents ... said she dressed older than her age, wearing makeup and fashions more appropriate to a woman in her 20s. She would hang out with teenage boys at a playground, some said.”
That fired up Salon’s Mary Elizabeth Williams - who called the piece “sloppy and slanted”.
“...how sickening that once again, when a female is brutally and inhumanely attacked, the issue of what her multiple assailants apparently did somehow pales next to the curiosity over what she must have done to provoke it.”
And Emily Long adds in The Lamp - the Times article is just one instance of unbalanced coverage of sexual assault.
“...my real issue as far as this article is concerned has to do with the reporting, which in my opinion falls short of responsible. Media have a long history of covering sexual and domestic assault stories in this way. It is a habit which is unacceptable, but it is nonetheless a habit which must be broken.”
The 18 men suspected in the gang rape are between the ages of 14 and 27. The Daily Mail reports- 10 others may have been involved.
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“The former Israeli president Moshe Katsav is facing seven years in prison after being found guilty on multiple charges of rape and sexual harassment. Katsav, of the center-right Likud party, was president from 2000-2007.” (euronews)
One headline reads -- “From Citizen Number One, to Inmate Number One.”
Another -- “From President to Prisoner.”
A former Israeli President -- and father of five children -- sentenced to seven years in prison for raping former subordinates.
Moshe Katsav was once Tourism Minister -- and rose to become President -- before his calamitous collapse.
A former Presidential employee identified only as “D” tells Arutz Sheva -- this wasn’t justice. It was a kangaroo court.
"’It was clear to all the women who worked in the bureau that the relationship between Katzav and the complainant was based on full consent,’ D. said. ‘Katzav was not a rapist and there was no rape.’"
But sympathy has been scarce for the native Iranian, who moved to Israel as a child. The Jersualem Post says the sentence brings to an end a five-year saga where Katsav brashly played an “all-or-nothing” card rejecting any attempt at a plea bargain -- in which he would have avoided jail.
“The affair started with claims by Katsav that he was being blackmailed by an employee, and continued through a long investigation … two harsh press conferences at which he hurled blanket accusations at the press, and finally a long, seemingly endless trial that culminated in a decisive conviction in December.”
In that same coverage -- the Post’s legal analyst notes -- the strategy seemed to backfire into a harsher sentence than current Israeli law calls for.
“I think many people would be surprised by the severity of the sentence. Uh, the current Israeli law has a minimum sentence of four years for rape offenses. The law doesn’t apply to Katsav because he committed the acts before the law came into place. But everybody thought that would be a fair benchmark.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says, this ruling sends an important message to all Israeli’s -- no one is above the law.
“No one is above the law, even a president or a senior figure … Every woman has a right over her body, the right for respect and freedom, and no one has the right to take these things from her.”
And a columnist for Ha’aretz notes this sends a message to all in power -- all around the world.
“Had Katsav not stood trial, the fish would have rot from the head down, and his talented attorneys would have succeeded, heaven forfend, in turning their client into a model for those authority figures looking to continue to exercise their power improperly.”
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