Policemen rape Filipina in patrol car

Kuwait Times:

KUWAIT: Two policemen violated the sacredness of the holy month of Ramadan and disgraced their military honor when they kidnapped a Filipina expat at noon in Farwaniya then raped her in their patrol car. A security source said the victim told Farwaniya police station officers that two policemen stopped her and asked for her ID. They then told her she was wanted and took her to an area in South Surra where they raped her in the back seat of the patrol car. Officers there told her to go to south Surra to file a complaint. She went to south Surra police station and the case was sent to Hawally detectives. The victim said she did not pay attention to the patrol’s color or number, because “she trusted the police”. The suspect police later told her to leave the car and sped away, leaving her in a hysterical state. Investigations are underway.

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3 Replies to “Policemen rape Filipina in patrol car”

  1. The woman believed what she had been taught, that the police would protect her, then she win to work in Kuwait and discovered that in the Modern Moslem nations non Moslems have no rights.

  2. “Two policemen violated the sacredness of the holy month of Ramadan and disgraced their military honor …”

    Oops! This article forgets to mention that they also commited a crime.

    Violating Ramadan is here seen as more egregious than are the crimes of kidnapping and rape—at least one would hope that those are crimes in Kuwait. The stress put on the Islamic aspect, while omitting the criminal aspect, show us what the values of that society are.

    • Thank you for pointing that out. It is nearly as infuriating as the rape itself. It does provide a great illustration of Islamic values however.

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