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Female robbed, raped and urinated on in the north – family source

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Police are investigating the brutal rape and robbery of a female in the north by a “really sick individual” last weekend.

A relative, who requested anonymity and did not wish to go into details, told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the woman was on Friday last “violently attacked, robbed, raped and peed (urinated) on by a really sick individual who is still on the loose”.

“I do not know all the details of the attack because I cannot stomach anything else concerning it,” the source.

The relative said it is a “tough time” for everyone in the family.

“I just want other girls and women to be aware that this has occurred,” she said.

A police official from the Gros-Islet area confirmed the incident but did not wish to comment further, saying it is a “very private” matter.

SNO will provide more information as soon as it becomes available.

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63 comments

  1. Truly, this despicable attack is crying out for justice. We can not afford any more of our women being scarred and victimized like this.

    If only we had a functioning justice system and responsible individuals in charge.

    We can hope that The Police are following leads from the DNA that was left behind during this crime.

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  2. This is utter nonsense on the part of the police saying it is a private matter. They confirmed that the incident took place, as result a news bulletin should be place on all media sources asking people to be vigilant and a sketch of the individual should be circulated to aid in his capture.

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  3. AA, kudos to AB for being rational on this one and not blaming these 'nasty greedy st lucian woman' for bringing this upon her. and good point on that women's organisation (apart from that ure still a troll) where the hell are they and aa, falvia cherry for times like this??? where are the so call women of influence to be an advocate/voice for abused victims??

    cocoa, i beg u to tell the police that info, as i said before it can save our female relative from such sick acts.

    one would think after frances was promoted to acting deputy, it would bring more awareness to victimization of women, but ohh no, I had every right to hold my breath. everyone for themselves ouiiii.

    lady, i wish that you seek counseling after this ordeal, whether it is spiritual or psychological, get some help. use the dna thrown on you to bring justice to yourself.

    lately, india has not be kind to rapists. many times i see a whole village/town mob condemn and even stone these violators to death, we should start implementing these public punishments.

    we should also bring back hanging. these criminals getting too free spirited now.

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  4. Ur'll want girls an women 2 beware! So jus say where in de north of the island cuz north is a very wide area! Dats wat we ladies need 2 no cuz I have a sis an niece living in de north an I wudn't want that type of shit 2 happen 2 them

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  5. Save the children

    By his urine shall he be found out. For God's sake detectives, solve this one.

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  6. I understand why everyone is upset at the police response but her own family didn't give much details and chose to stay anonymous. Maybe it's because they know who the perpetrator is and afraid for the young lady life and ask the police to keep the information about the case private. It may be an ex or acquaintance.

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  7. My God what an insult. this dirty bastard should be castrated.

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  8. This bastard should be castrated.My God what an insultthis smelly rod.

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  9. "A private matter"??????? What kind of response is that from the police. Is it a family member hence it being a private matter? We need more information and the location of this incident so we can protect ourselves. Give us information.

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  10. The victim will live with that Nightmare forever so sad. It is high time those NASTY rapist are turned into an example. The Law too soft with those freaks, I wont blame anyone who takes the matter into their own hands. I remember a shady character up Morne du don who raped a young woman, she never went tell the half retarded waste of time "Police Orsimoes" All I know two weeks later that freak was no longer breathing.

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  11. The prime minister need to change some laws in lucia. You steal we cut a finger every time. You rape we slaughter you. You murder we slaughter you. Death penalty. The law taking it too easy on people. Thats why they keep doing what they want. St.lucians need to step up and be more brave unit and fight against crime. Defend and back up individuals and their family even though they are not related. Make the criminals scared and want to leave the island. Cast the devil out make him ran

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  12. Any information that can assist in capturing this boo-wo is beneficial to the public, as long as it does not reveal the identity of the victim .... Please help us women protect ourselves by giving us the information as to where these rapes are happening. That information cannot and should not be private.

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  13. 11 Rapes in 3 months my God

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  14. 11 Rapes in 3 months!!! This is sick....

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  15. Sometimes is the kind of out fit we have on us .what message are we sendind to them, i am not saying they have the right to do this type of thing this is a disgrace for a man to rape you, but some of us the way we does dress sorry to say so cuz i am a woman and a mother.we have to examined ourself the way we dress.

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    • YOU COULD BE COVERED FROM HEAD TO FOOT AND STILL BE A VICTIM OF RAPE. WHAT YOU WEAR IS NOT THE PROBLEM. IT IS THE MINDSET OF THOSE WHO RAPE THAT IS.

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    • u right to call urself anonymous because u no what u just said is outright F***** ignorant. firstly, it's not how u dress, but how u carry urself. secondly, imagine a sick bastard going after ur son/daughter oh dear anonymous who is also a mother. are u going to blame the child for wearing a short pants and tshirt even if s/he just came from PE. woman, this is the 21st century, change ur mind set and stop making these rapists feel justified for their actions. NO means NO!!

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    • It doesn't matter what the woman is wearing, if a sick person has it in their head to rape her a long dress offers no more protection than if she was naked. Saying women have to watch what they wear is like saying that men are wild animals with no sense in their head and have no control over their actions. Rape is not an accident, it is an intentional act and COMPLETELY the fault of the attacker, no victim is ever to blame.

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  16. When will the government protect females. They need to make it known that they acknowledge that there is an issue the victims need justice!!10 rapes known in 3 months

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  17. An Oklahoma lawmaker is pushing to allow chemical castration of sex offenders. The procedure is in effect in two other states and could be in Oklahoma before the end of the year.

    This isn't the first time this idea has come up in Oklahoma. It's always been shot down, but some believe it could actually work.

    The term sex offender stirs up disgust and maybe even the thought of castration. But it's not so farfetched.

    Oklahoma Senator Mark Allen is pushing Senate Bill 671, and it deals with chemical castration of sex offenders.

    The bill relates to violent sex offenders and states "A person who has been convicted of a sexually violent offense may, upon a first conviction and in addition to any other punishment provided by law, undergo treatment...as part of conditions of release."

    It goes on to state after a second conviction an offender "shall be required" to undergo treatment.

    Allen said he's studied the process in other states.

    “The inmate has to go through counseling before going through the process,” Allen said. “I think they've had about a 90 percent success rate. If somebody wants an early release from prison they can go through the process.”

    Attorney David Slane has represented more than 500 sex offenders, and believes chemical castration could work and has with some of his clients.

    "I remember one in particular who told me he went to his doctor voluntarily, used this hormone therapy and as he said 'It cured me. I no longer have the thoughts. I no longer have the sex drive.' For years afterwards he had never reoffended. So to me that was proofs in the pudding. There may be something here,” Slane said.

    Both Florida and California require mandatory chemical castration injections for repeat sex offenders.

    “Offenders are in jail for a reason, and if there are any options for early release then this could be on of their options,” Allen said.

    The bill has a long way to go, but if passed it could go into effect in November of this year.

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  18. This is a very ticklish matter. Some criminals make death threats to their victims. Even if the police would make a report to the media they too have to be careful not to make any statements that would cause more damage to the victim. Her life is already at risk. Those of you asking all these questions are you available to be a body guard to this young women 24 hours? you must realize anything said by the police the criminal would think they got it from her.

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  19. If the rapist is still at large then it should remain private till they shoot his ass

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  20. i'm a bit concerned by the police officer's response that this is a " very private " matter. The least they could do is provide more specific details about the incident sans revealing the Female's identity. I believe its in the public's interest of safety to be provided with 1/ a more precisely description of where this happened and 2/ a useful description of the alleged perpetrator, at the very least.

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  21. I understand why they would want to keep the victims info private but nobody is asking who she is. What we want to know is WHERE exactly it happened. If there are any leads on who did it and what's being done about it.

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    • Sadly, they dont have the common sense to think that that information should be public knowledge. Its like they trying to mask the identity of the criminal as well lol

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  22. Robert..crime happens everywhere and sometimes even worse than what happens here. So if you are running awwy from crime, you have a lot of running to do.
    To the young lady, I hope you recover physically and emotionally...and I pray this sick individual is caught and is hang by the balls

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  23. stop the violence lucian men

    The community needs to come together as I have said befor form groups neighborhood watch incooperate the police with such groups

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  24. i pray that the good lord will guide and comfort you out of this situation and the monster is caught and put behind bars for the rest of his life

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  25. Private my toe? This individual has so much pride so she rather the matter stays private

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    • And you are the same kind of person who would remain quiet if it were your relative or friend, the same kind of person who would turn a blind eye to a crime committed by a family member or a friend. Cease making your foolishness so obvious to the public. Have some shame if you can't develop some human decency.

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      • i think you misunderstood what he was saying. i think he means information about where the incident occurred and information that might help identify the aggressor should not be private

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  26. Can a spiritual help to stop that bastard? Put one to the test and see the result.This guy must be stop at all cost.

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  27. what the hell is going on in slu?? smh..was it random? was it at her home? did she know the person? was she walking and was attacked? None of this excuses the crime and i really hope she is going to be okay..sigh..
    I hope the clothes with the urine could be used for evidence or to get the person's identity. I'm not sure how it works.

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  28. Why is this private !!!! No one is asking for the victims name. At least provide us with details as to where it happened, so persons can be more aware of areas they frequent.

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  29. And imagine with all of those sick things happening, the government and some of its misguided supporters are opposed to a sex registry. Smh

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  30. They need to bring back the law of hanging people again. People of St Lucia are too wicked.

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  31. Private my big toe!! I hope if he tries that with me & he ends up in the hospital or worse it still remains a "private matter"

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  32. MESSAY so sick how can someone do that i dont know who to feel sorry for the girl or this mad man who most likely will get a mob beaten if they get him

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  33. Oh yes I said it.

    Sad. Pepper spray needs to be legalised. And only for women.

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  34. this rape ting getting too common now....police do something bout this...or else

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  35. Thats the dirty habbit st Lucian men see to take up the role of a rapist what a disgrace Smh but everything will come down to judgement

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  36. We need to make finding this individual or individual a priority for SLU today, Dred this is nonsense . At least tell us the area because the north starts from choc bridge to cap estate. Yo I have daughter this could have happen where she goes to lessons or were the kids play , because the next operations restore confidence will not be done by the police . And we want to hide child molestors identities, pure BS.

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  37. This makes me sick to my stomach. The rape demon is on the prowl these days.Police need to hold theses rapist and "Restore Confidence!"

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  38. There is a gang reduit that talks about doing exactly that all the time. One is a coolie short loud mouth boy. His boss is a drug dealer that drives a crappy Nissan sunny. Start there. The police shud know who. Always limes Rodney bay and used to chill by lunch tables across from delirious.

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    • i hope ure giving the police this statement just as much as ure giving sno this news. it can save someone else from this horrendous ordeal, think about it.

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  39. At first in 2003 a person told me that St. Lucia is a very dangerous place. If you are in St. lucia you fall in love with the beauty and peace of the Helen of the West and want to stay forever. Now it has become a very dangerous place, shootings, rape, cheating and robberies. So I left forever in January after 12 years.

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    • robert u need to shut the hell up... crimes exist everywhere.. yeah i use to believe america or the uk was beautiful.. buildings to sky, rich history sites and somewhat lovely ppl and other cool stuff that would make one want to stay forever but there r peadophiles that rape and kill young kids as young as 3 days old, rapist, cheating especially with the same sex, robberies, hate crimesand discrimination againt black people i fear that cuz I am black, random shoootings, serial killers, serial murderers, psychos and sociopaths that had to be put in history books asn studied.. I might be a bit scared for those reasons and more but i still travel cuz like every country u have to be careful. I wont go out all late hours alone in my country i wont do it in other countries etc... ppl tend to believe the caribbean is some paradise u cud walk and so as u please. no one controls free will so if one wants to kill they might just like u stopped visiting so take several seats.. when ur country is free from crime feel free to judge mine...

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    • canada included smh

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    • Robert, I'm with you on this. 100%. Save me a spot on the iceberg, radio me the coordinates so I can parachute in. But with 2 of us there you might have to put a lock on your igloo to stop me stealing food.

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    • This is the most UNEDUCATED thing I have heard in a long time. WOW

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  40. Cut it off when y'all find him.

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  41. What the hell is going on in St. Lucia, this guy needs to hang by his balls.

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  42. Since when rape become a pravite matter .how the public will no who is the one that doing that job

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  43. Like I said the other day - the crime level is much higher than official statistics because many are not reported. There are some sick sick dogs inhabiting this country. This is what happens when you start breeding children and don't bring then up right, they turn into savages.

    Lady you have my sympathy and I hope you can recover.

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  44. Rape should never be a private matter unless the perpetrator is a known individual and perhaps may be someone close to the family.

    I can also understand that the victim is truly traumatized and embarrassed by this whole brutal inhumane attack.

    And i will say this...where is the W.I.A crap organization?
    Have they thought of putting pressure on the government to ensure that the penalty for rape is LIFETIME imprisonment?
    Are those women serious? Or is it just a ploy to advance their careers on the backs of female victims. I will go with the latter.
    Because I can certainly point to one or two who have benefited.

    This is a real shame that this society has been reduced to shambles and deteriorated to the level of immorality where sick men are walking to violate women.

    Hope they catch this animal.

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