HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN?

Seven Year-Old Girl Pimped-out at Party by Step-Sister
and Gang Raped

To say I was speechless upon first reading this article is an understatement. I have oscillated between pure rage, pure sorrow and depressed resignation since I first read it, over a week ago. My head realizes what has happened, but my heart simply cannot process this.

Yes, the step-sister bares a magnificent portion of the blame here. She was fifteen-years-old.  Not a legal adult by law to make the decision to prostitute herself on her own, but obviously old enough to know what she was doing. The social and moral wrongs of her own acts are not debatable; she was wrong. What she did/allowed to be done to her little step-sister is so beyond wrong there really is not an adjective to aptly put this in any perspective.  However, as much as I put the share of blame on her for what happened, she was not the only person at that party.  No matter which way I turn this I keep coming back to one question infallible question to the men involved in this:

How Could You?

The statutory rape of the fifteen-year-old girl was disgusting enough. Granted she was officially prostituting herself, but you – however much/little you paid for her services, you were raping her.  However old you are above or below the age of consent, how could you have even thought about wanting to, let alone actually do the brutal act of, inserting your penis into the vagina of a seven-year-old child?  Where in the depravity called your mind (because you obviously have no soul) did you take a look at this child and thought to yourself that this was something good? You deserve to spend the rest of your life as a eunuch.

According to the reports, there were at least a dozen people at this party.  My God, what form of hell had this seven-year-old doled-out in a past life that she should be so punished in this one? To be led, by her own step-sister, to an abandoned apartment full of misogynistic, depraved individuals, to be gang raped?  What kind of culture is it where not even one person in that room thought it was wrong and left to call the police?  Not one person ONE FUCKING PERSON in that room simply said “No.”.  Whether they took part in it, or turned a blind eye to the event, they are all perpetrators in this crime and all culpable.

The ONLY good news in this will be the penal system. Even a prison system has its bottom of the social barrel, and that is those who mess with children.  We won’t hear about it, and if even one iota of prison stories are true, we won’t want to hear about it. We never know how it gets out, but information about child molesters/rapists always gets out in the penal system and when it does…

…Let’s just say justice, for this seven-year-old child, will be served.

12 thoughts on “HOW COULD THIS HAPPEN?

  1. That left me in tears. That humans should behave like a pack of predators for base gratification- it makes my head spin. What a horror.

    • I first heard about this a week or so ago and it struck me hard also. This isn’t a third of all I feel on the subject; it just took this long to put this anger part of it in words.

  2. And not even ONE adult supervising this party? You’re right. The only good is that which will come to the step-sister (and also, one hopes, to those who raped the seven-year-old) in prison, where most or all of them will, no doubt, end up someday. They don’t think too highly of any kind of rapists there. Even they have mothers and sisters.

    • “Even they have mothers and sisters.”

      And daughters and nieces. Regardless of relation, or lack there of, she was a child! Where was the “it takes a village to raise a child” among them? I so hope they are all caught; so they can get exactly what coming to them in prison.

  3. I just wish that I had the ability to invent something that would inflict the same pain they imparted on that little girl and create the same nightmares that she will endure. YOu know, it will be a random infliction, any time of day… a taser is good, too. how about water torture chamber? or whip? Okay, I’ll stop now.

  4. Thanks for writing this Rai. In all honesty, too many people are afraid to talk about it, because of how angry it makes them, and to express tru feelings of anger in our society is frowned on. Thanks for being honest, for all of us.

    • “In all honesty, too many people are afraid to talk about it, because of how angry it makes them, and to express tru feelings of anger in our society is frowned on.”

      This scares me as much as what happened to that child enrages me. We should not be at home sitting over our tea/coffee sadly shaking our heads, tut-tuting, but otherwise remaining silent. This, and all such like it, should not only be felt/cared/spoken by the small circles of friends/relatives immediately involved. We should be furious and sad and damned vocal about what was done to her!

  5. Things like this make me want to forget my good christian upbringing. No one who attended this party should walk away free; the onlookers are just as guilty as the perpetrators.

    Saddest thing is that according to the news the little girl went cause she wanted to protect the older one. Age is nothing, but a number especially if you don’t have wisdom.

    Rai, thanks for your insight n your bravery in speaking out.

    • What really saddens me now about this? How the child and her family have to move from their home. The family, not being protected, but being threatened by others! Can you imagine? Worse, at seven years of age, every time this child walk out the door, she knows people are looking at her — whispering about her? She’s being emotionally punished over and over again at an age where she’s just not physiologically equipped to handle this. You can imagine about where my Christianity is on this. I would want to be the one standing next to the biggest, meanest motherfucker in the prison, pointing the blatant finger at each perpetrator and saying “Get him! Get him good!”

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