May 292015
 

Argentina: Judges Reduce Rapist’s Sentence – Boy Used To IT!

Despicable Judges - bastards without feelings!

Despicable Judges – bastards without feelings!

An Argentinian man convicted of raping a six-year-old boy had his sentence reduced because the victim was described as being gay and had already suffered abuse at the hands of his own father.

The child had a “homosexual orientation”, Argentinian appeal court judges said in their ruling as they reduced the rapist’s prison sentence from six years to three.

“It cannot be considered abuse when a boy is used to being abused in his home and is accustomed to sexual behaviour and has a homosexual orientation,” Horacio Piombo and Benjamín Sal Llargués said.

Can You Believe This Thinking?

If you are shaking your head, like me – you cannot imagine any rapist’s victim LIKING or getting USED to such abuse.  I am blogging this in every language available and giving you a site where you can add your signature electronically or donate money to remove these judges – both men.

Please cut and paste this link below

https://go.allout.org/en/a/judge-scandal-thanks/?action_id=30265503&akid=.2411876.MKP0r1&ar=1&form_name=act&rd=1

The ruling dates from last year but has just become public as prosecutors at Buenos Aires’ Supreme Court have decided to appeal the verdict.

The Rapist (and he should go to prison for life)

The six-year-old, who was said to have been traumatised by the attack, was one of many boys who was driven to and from training sessions in a minibus by Mario Tolosa, deputy chairman of the Florida de Loma Hermosa football club in the Buenos Aires area.

Tolosa raped the boy in the club bathroom. The victim’s grandmother went to the police after she saw that the boy was injured.

The boy, who is now 11, suffered from “anxiety, violence at school, emotional incapacity and fear of being raped”, the trial notes said.

Argentina’s FALGBT association of gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transsexuals has said it will request that the two appeal court judges face a political trial, a procedure under which public officials can be questioned by parliamentarians and be sanctioned or struck off.

“To think that the fact that a child of six was abused previously could be considered an extenuating circumstance is unacceptable in our belief. That’s why we are pushing for a political trial and fortunately several lawmakers from Buenos Aires province have joined us,” Esteban Paulón, FALGBT’s president, told the EFE news agency.

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