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Date: 23 December 2011 22:49
Subject: India/ West Bengal: Lack of due diligence by the police in a rape case_Fear for the safety of the victim and her family
To: ONG - MASUM - Kirity Roy <kirityroy@gmail.com>


Case IND 231112.VAW/ IND 231112.CC

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN/ CHILD CONCERN

Lack of due diligence by the police/ Fear for the safety/ Risk of impunity

 

The International Secretariat of the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT) requests your URGENT intervention in the following situation in India/ West Bengal.

 

Brief description of the situation

 

The International Secretariat of OMCT has been informed by Banglar Manabadhikar Suraksha Mancha (MASUM), a member of OMCT SOS-Torture Network, about the alleged rape of the about 16- year-old girl Guria Halder (name changed) from the village of Simulpur, West Bengal, and the subsequent alleged assault faced by her mother.

 

According to the information received, Mr Monoranjan Majumdar is facing criminal charges for the alleged rape of Guria Halder in 2010 (Gaighata Police Station Case no. 284/2010 dated 31.8.2010). The suspect was arrested, but later released on bail. Since his release, he is threatening Guria Halder and her family pressuring them to withdraw the complaint against him. The victim's family filed again a complaint against Mr Monoranjan Majumdar for threatening them (Gaighata Police Station Case no. 643/2011 dated 9.11.2011), but the police has up to date not undertaken any action.           

 

On 1 December 2011 around 6:30 pm, Mr. Manjoranjan Mazumdar accompanied by Mr. Rabi Roy and Mr. Suranjan Roy allegedly stopped Ms Kajal Halder, the mother of the alleged rape victim Guria Halder, while she was returning from the market. She was threatened in order to force her to withdraw the earlier rape complaint against Mr. Manoranjan Mazumdar. When Ms Kajal Halder did openly disagree with the three men, they brought an iron rod from a nearby shop and hit her fiercely on the head, hands and legs. As a result of the assault Ms Kajal Halder fell to the ground unconscious and the assailants left the spot. Ms Kajal Halder was taken to the hospital.

 

After several attempts by the daughter Guria Halder and subsequently by the mother Kajal Halder to report the incident to the police, the police finally filed a complaint against the three men, but allegedly under a lighter penal provision than the serious allegations would demand, so that the men could obtain bail. The men are currently out on bail further jeopardizing the physical and psychological integrity of the family Halder, including both victims.

 

OMCT is gravely concerned about the reports that the investigation officer of the Gaighata Police Station is yet to complete the investigation of the rape case and the impunity enjoyed by the perpetrator. The reported violence faced by both women is sufficiently serious to pursue a thorough investigation to protect the family Halder against further threats. 

 

OMCT would like to reiterate that the State has an obligation under international law to prevent, prosecute and punish acts of violence with due diligence, irrespective of whether these acts have been committed by State or non-State actors. 

 

Action requested

 

Please write to the authorities in India/ West Bengal urging them to:

 

i.                     Guarantee, in all circumstances, the physical and psychological integrity of the victims, including access to appropriate medical assistance if necessary, and ensure her protection as well as of her family;

ii.                   Carry out a prompt, effective, thorough, independent and impartial investigation into the above-mentioned allegations, in accordance with international human rights standards, the result of which must be made public, in order to bring those responsible before a competent, independent and impartial tribunal and apply penal, civil and/or administrative sanctions as provided by law;

iii.                  Ensure that an effective remedy, including the right to full redress with compensation and rehabilitation be granted to the victim concerned;

iv.                 Ensure the respect of human rights and fundamental freedoms throughout the country in accordance with national laws and international human rights standards.

 

Addresses

 

Ø      Mr. Shri Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, Prime Minister's Office, Room number 152, South Block, New Delhi, Fax: + 91 11 2301 6857;

Ø      Mr. P. Chidambaram, Union Minister of Home Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, 104-107 North Block, New Delhi 110 001 India, Fax: +91 11 2309 2979;

Ø      Hon'ble Mr. Justice S.H. Kapadia, Chief Justice of India, Supreme Court, Tilak Marg, New Delhi -1, Fax: +91 11 233 83792, Email: supremecourt@nic.in; 

Ø      Justice K. G. Balakrishnan, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission of India, Faridkot House, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi 110 001, Fax: +91 11 2334 0016, Email: chairnhrc@nic.in;

Ø      Mr. Satyabrata Pal, Member, National Human Rights Commission of India, Faridkot House, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi 110 001, Fax: +91 11 2334 0016, Email: satyabrata49@hotmail.com;

Ø      Acting Chairman, West Bengal Human Rights Commission, Bhabani Bhaban, Alipur, Kolkata -27. Fax +91 33 24799633, Email: wbhrc@cal3.vsnl.net.in;

Ø      M. K. Narayanan, Governor, West Bengal, Raj Bhaban, Kolkata – 62, Phone: +91 33-2200 1641, Fax: +91 33 – 2200 2444 / 2200 1649, secy-gov-wb@nic.in;

Ø      Miss Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister, Government of West Bengal, Writers' Buildings, BBD Bagh, Kolkata – 1, Fax - +91 33 22145480, Email - cm@wb.gov.in, sechome@wb.gov.in;

Ø      Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations (Geneva), Rue du Valais 9, 1202 Geneva, Tel: +41 22 906 86 86, Fax: +41 22 906 86 96, Email: mission.india@ties.itu.int

 

Please also write to the embassies of India in your respective country.

 

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Geneva, 23 December 2011.

 

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2. Activity of Extracts and Naphthylisoquinoline Alkaloids from
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1.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20552520?dopt=Abstract
Two new naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids from stems and leaves of
Ancistrocladus tectorius.
Tang CP, Xin ZQ, Li XQ, Ye Y.
Nat Prod Res. 2010 Jul;24(11):989-94.

2. Activity of Extracts and Naphthylisoquinoline Alkaloids from
\Triphyophyllum peltatum, \Ancistrocladus abbreviatus and \A. barteri
against \Plasmodium falciparum in vitro
by: G. Franc cois, Gerhard Bringmann, J. D. Philipson, L. A. Assi, C.
Dochez, M. Rübenacker, C. Schneider, M. Wéry, D. C. Warhurst, G. C.
Kirby
Phytochemistry, Vol. 35 (1994), pp. 1461-1464.  Key: citeulike:8481410
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Can anybody send me the following articles please?

1. Six naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids and a related benzopyranone from
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termAncistrocladusnext term congolensis
Phytochemistry
Volume 69, Issue 4, February 2008, Pages 1065-1075
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18054973

2. Acetogenic Isoquinoline Alkaloids, L. The Synthesis of All Possible
Isomeric 6,8-Dioxygenated 1,3-Dimethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline
Methyl Ethers – Useful Chiral Building Blocks for Naphthylisoquinoline
Alkaloids†

   Gerhard Bringmann
Issue
Liebigs Annalen der Chemie
Liebigs Annalen der Chemie

Volume 1993, Issue 8, pages 877–888, 12. August 1993
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Anybody please send me the following articles-

1.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20552520?dopt=Abstract
Two new naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids from stems and leaves of
Ancistrocladus tectorius.
Tang CP, Xin ZQ, Li XQ, Ye Y.
Nat Prod Res. 2010 Jul;24(11):989-94.

2. Activity of Extracts and Naphthylisoquinoline Alkaloids from
\Triphyophyllum peltatum, \Ancistrocladus abbreviatus and \A. barteri
against \Plasmodium falciparum in vitro
by: G. Franc cois, Gerhard Bringmann, J. D. Philipson, L. A. Assi, C.
Dochez, M. Rübenacker, C. Schneider, M. Wéry, D. C. Warhurst, G. C.
Kirby
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> Please send me the followin full articles, anybody..
>
> 1. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031942299001302
> Ancistrobertsonines B, C, and D as well as
> 1,2-didehydroancistrobertsonine D from Ancistrocladus robertsoniorum1
> G. Bringmann
> Phytochemistry
> Volume 52, Issue 2, September 1999, Pages 321-332
>
> 2. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031942207006450
>
> Six naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids and a related benzopyranone from a
> Congolese Ancistrocladus species related to Ancistrocladus
> congolensis☆
> Gerhard Bringmanna, , , Joanna Spuziaka, Johan H. Fabera, Tanja
> Guldera, Inga Kaja
> Phytochemistry
> Volume 69, Issue 4, February 2008, Pages 1065-1075
>
> Thank you
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Subdivisions and derivatives of the chicken subpallium based on expression of LIM and other regulatory genes and markers of neuron subpopulations during development

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Please send me the followin full articles, anybody..

1. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031942299001302
Ancistrobertsonines B, C, and D as well as
1,2-didehydroancistrobertsonine D from Ancistrocladus robertsoniorum1
G. Bringmann
Phytochemistry
Volume 52, Issue 2, September 1999, Pages 321-332

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Six naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids and a related benzopyranone from a
Congolese Ancistrocladus species related to Ancistrocladus
congolensis☆
Gerhard Bringmanna, , , Joanna Spuziaka, Johan H. Fabera, Tanja
Guldera, Inga Kaja
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1. Six naphthylisoquinoline alkaloids and a related benzopyranone from
a Congolese Ancistrocladusnext term species related to previous
termAncistrocladusnext term congolensis
Phytochemistry
Volume 69, Issue 4, February 2008, Pages 1065-1075
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18054973

2. Acetogenic Isoquinoline Alkaloids, L. The Synthesis of All Possible
Isomeric 6,8-Dioxygenated 1,3-Dimethyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline
Methyl Ethers – Useful Chiral Building Blocks for Naphthylisoquinoline
Alkaloids†

Gerhard Bringmann
Issue
Liebigs Annalen der Chemie
Liebigs Annalen der Chemie

Volume 1993, Issue 8, pages 877–888, 12. August 1993
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jlac.1993199301139/abstract

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Does someone have access to this article. Would be a great help if i could get a pdf.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cne.22083/full

Subdivisions and derivatives of the chicken subpallium based on expression of LIM and other regulatory genes and markers of neuron subpopulations during development

  1. Antonio Abellán, 
  2.  Loreta Medina

Article first published online: 3 APRIL2009

DOI: 10.1002/cne.22083


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Anti-AIDS agents. 30. Anti-HIV activity of oleanolic acid, pomolic
acid, and structurally related triterpenoids.

Kashiwada Y, Wang HK, Nagao T, Kitanaka S, Yasuda I, Fujioka T,
Yamagishi T, Cosentino LM, Kozuka M, Okabe H, Ikeshiro Y, Hu CQ, Yeh
E, Lee KH.
PMID: 9748372 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9748372

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Anti-AIDS agents. 30. Anti-HIV activity of oleanolic acid, pomolic
acid, and structurally related triterpenoids.

Kashiwada Y, Wang HK, Nagao T, Kitanaka S, Yasuda I, Fujioka T,
Yamagishi T, Cosentino LM, Kozuka M, Okabe H, Ikeshiro Y, Hu CQ, Yeh
E, Lee KH.
PMID: 9748372 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9748372

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Biological Activity Studies of Ancistrocladus tectorius
Authors: Ikram M. Said ; I. B. Ahmad ; M. D. Yahya ;A. M. Marini
DOI: 10.1076/phbi.39.5.357.5897

journal Pharmaceutical Biology, Volume 39, Issue 5 October 2001 ,
pages 357 - 363

http://pubget.com/paper/pgtmp_7eb5014c5a99e600468c300bcd041c45
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Dear i need this (http://het.sagepub.com/content/23/11/513.abstract) would you help in this regards!



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Nanaimo

Published: Thursday, December 22, 2011

According to Vancouver medical researchers, HIV-positive Canadians
should no longer face getting locked up for failing to tell their sex
partners they have the virus.
The researchers claim modern drug cocktails make the risk of it being
transmitted very low.

Indeed, they insist there's strong scientific evidence to justify
doing away with routine prosecutions for HIV non-disclosure.

AIDS expert Julio Montaner, director of the B.C. Centre for Excellence
in HIV/AIDS, made the controversial comments with two colleagues in
the current edition of the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

The three are concerned at the growing number of Canadians prosecuted
for allegedly exposing partners to the human immunodeficiency virus.

Their comments come as the Supreme Court of Canada gets ready to hear
two high-profile cases involving those with the virus.

They are, of course, entitled to their opinion. However, our opinion
is that anyone with a potentially infectious, incurable and deadly
condition such as HIV/ AIDS has an ethical and legal duty to inform
his or her partner about it.

Those failing to do so should continue to be liable to serious
criminal sanctions, including a jail term. After all, they have an
option: Come clean with your partner or don't have sex. It really is
that simple.

Let's hope our nation's highest court sees it that way.
The Province

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14646 Medical marijuana and federal laws

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http://blog.nj.com/ledgerletters/2011/12/medical_marijuana_and_federal.html

Published: Friday, December 23, 2011

Protecting their community
Your Dec. 19 editorial "Push back on medical pot," in which you deny
possible risk of federal prosecution and describe the citizens of
Upper Freehold as uncompassionate, is inaccurate and misguided.

California is not the only medical marijuana state where there are
federal prosecutions; Michigan, Oregon, Washington and Montana have
similar actions. U.S. attorneys in Hawaii, Arizona, Maine, Vermont and
Rhode Island have issued warning letters referencing the 2009 Ogden
memo, which clearly states the federal government will enforce the
Controlled Substances Act "rigorously against individuals and
organizations that participate in unlawful manufacturing and
distribution activity involving marijuana, even if such activities are
permitted under state law."

News out of Colorado, a state regulated like New Jersey, indicates
that letters were sent to dispensaries warning them that marijuana
remains illegal under federal law. Translation: States, including New
Jersey, cannot authorize violation of federal law.

In states that register and track marijuana users and their
conditions, combined statistics indicate very few are treating serious
conditions such as cancer, glaucoma and HIV/AIDS. To suggest the vote
denies relief to those on "death's doorstep" is shameful. In reality,
Upper Freehold is protecting its community from federal raids and
large-scale marijuana operations.
David G. Evans, Drug Free Schools Coalition
Sex abuse statutes
I applaud your Dec. 18 editorial calling for elimination of the
statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases ("Eliminate time
limits on child sex abuse lawsuits").
The ongoing scandals at Penn State and Syracuse universities
illuminate once again how prevalent this phenomenon is in our society
and how difficult it is for victims to step forward to enforce their
rights. When they do so, we need to make it procedurally less
difficult for them to gain access to the courts. I have represented
many victims of childhood sexual abuse and have had to turn others
away due to the current state of the law.

Victims should be permitted to confront their abusers and the
institutions that employ them. In most cases, abusers are able to
perpetrate their horrible crimes due to the negligence or, even worse,
indifference of the institutions that employ them.

The most effective way to change this is to expose the institutions
and make them pay for the permanent damage their conduct has inflicted
upon innocent young people. This can only be done by removing the bar
of the statute of limitations.

Lawrence Z. Kotler, Florham Park
More than controversial
Kim Jong Il was "controversial"? ("North Korea's controversial leader
dies," Dec. 19.) When one of the most evil people in the world passes,
all you can muster is "controversial"?
I guess in your morally equivalent universe, a murderer like Kim Jong
Il is no worse than someone like, say, Tim Tebow, who has also been
tagged by some in the media as "controversial."

Bob Hunt, Hillsborough
He's no moderate
Your summary of the sitting New Jersey representatives included a
sentence describing Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7th Dist.) as a
"moderate" ("N.J. reps wonder who will lose seat," Dec. 19). I guess
you don't read the legislative summaries of your own paper. Here are
two of Lance's recent votes that many New Jersey voters would consider
not moderate, but radical right wing.

Lance voted for Rep. Paul Ryan's (R-Wisc.) budget plan that would
lower taxes on our wealthiest citizens. Part of the legislation also
would privatize Social Security and eliminate Medicare. Lance also
voted to weaken gun control laws. That legislation would allow guns to
be carried in New Jersey bars and restaurants.

Lance signed Grover Norquist's "No Tax" pledge. This pledge was
authored by a guy whose stated goal is the destruction of our current
government. Lance's signature to such a pledge indicates he does not
want to use reason to evaluate issues on their own merit.

No matter how you look at it, Lance is not a moderate legislator.

He votes as a lock-step follower of the radical right wing of the
Republican Party.

John Caffrey, Bedminster
Environmental victories at risk
When I was 18, I saw my first bald eagle in New Jersey, near the
Wanaque Reservoir. It took another 15 years until I saw another one.
Now, we can see them on a daily basis.
The return of the bald eagle is a wonderful environmental victory. It
shows how protecting endangered species and having strong
environmental regulations against pesticides have worked. This
exemplifies the success of governmental programs that get results.

These landmark results are very important at a time when the Christie
administration and Republicans in Congress want to roll back
environmental protections. We are concerned for the future of the
eagles because, as New Jersey sprawls out and develops, we will lose
critical habitat and pollute waterways that they are dependent on for
survival. One of our other concerns is when eagles return to urban
areas such as the Meadowlands and Petty's Island, toxins in the
ecosystem harm them and future generations. That is why we need to do
a better job protecting open space and cleaning up contaminated sites.

We have seen wonderful results of how environmental programs can work
and how vital they are for all of us.
Nicole Dallara, outreach coordinator, N.J. Sierra Club

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14646 Man gets 10 years for killing HIV+ wife

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23 December, 2011 02:00:00 By Sibonginkosi Mamba


MFANASIBILI Khumalo has been sentenced to 10 years for killing his
wife, Zanele Ngubane.
Khumalo murdered the deceased on July 23, 2010 at Sicelwini in the
Manzini region after he suspected that she had infected him with the
deadly HIV/AIDS. In his testimony, Khumalo told the court that he was
31 years old and had two children aged two and three.
He informed the court that the deceased was his wife and that they had
planned to go and test for HIV, adding that his wife tested positive.
Khumalo went for the test as well and discovered that he also had the
virus.
After this, the deceased told him that she was leaving to go and stay
at her parental home. She informed Khumalo that she would no longer be
able to cooperate with him in that situation.
Khumalo told her that he had been faithful to her for a long time and
wondered how she could have infected him. Further, he told the court
that he had two children who were HIV negative.
He further testified that he asked the deceased why they did not
approach the elders to discuss the issue, adding that she told him
that it was his responsibility to tell them since he had asked for a
wife.
Khumalo told the court that he believed he was infected by his wife
because the baby who was born in 2009 was HIV negative. He however
said when he tested positive that was not a problem to him because
they had agreed to go and do the test.
According to his testimony, what pained him was that the deceased was
not remorseful about the situation hence he found himself taking the
knife he used to cut her throat. He reasoned that he had wanted her to
cooperate with him but she failed to do so and instead, said she was
leaving him.
Finally, Khumalo stated that he was sorry about the incident because
he loved his wife and that was the reason he wanted them to sort
things out. Under cross-examination Khumalo said it was not his
intention to end his wife's life and that he was just unable to
control himself. He admitted that he did not know whether or not the
mother of his two children had AIDS.
Presiding Judge Mary Sey stated that after consideration of all the
evidence adduced, she found that there was no legal justification for
Khumalo's vicious and horrid attack on the deceased.
"On a proper analysis of all the evidence and submissions before me, I
find that the conduct of the accused in this case has established
beyond reasonable doubt that the accused had evinced an intention to
kill the deceased," she said before sentencing Khumalo.
The Crown was represented by Mduduzi Mathunjwa while Leo Gama appeared
for Khumalo.

Teenager's eight-year rape sentence upheld
. . . he raped minors aged two and five


THE High Court has confirmed an eight-year sentence for a teenager who
was found guilty of raping two minors aged two and five respectively.
The teenager had approached the High Court for an automatic review of
his matter. He was charged with the offence of rape allegedly
committed on May 12, 2011. At the Magistrate's Court the teenager, who
was assisted by his uncle, pleaded guilty to both counts. Thereafter
the Crown led two witnesses and tendered two medical reports.
At the close of the Crown's case, the teenager elected to remain
silent and did not call any witnesses. Such position was confirmed by
his guardian. Judge Esther Ota noted that the ages of the complainants
were clearly aggravating factors which entitled the teenager to be
charged with the offence of rape with aggravating factors.
However on count two, the judge observed that the teenager ought to
have been charged for indecent assault. "I must say that having
perused the record myself, I am ad idem with the conviction of the
accused for the offence of indecent assault on count two as opposed to
rape as charged," the judge stated.
She said such despite the fact that the teenager pleaded guilty to the
offence of rape as charged in the second count. Judge Ota stated that
she entirely agreed with the Magistrate's Court that upon the evidence
tendered before it, the offence of rape as alleged in count two was
not proven.
"I say this because it is the position of the law that for the offence
of rape to be committed, there must be penetration. It is also the
judicial consensus that the slightest degree of penetration would
suffice for the offence of rape," she stated.
The judge observed that the medical report held by the Magistrate's
Court tendered to count two of the charge demonstrated that there was
no evidence of penetration even to the minutest degree.
However, she stated that even though there was no evidence of
penetration, the fact of the act of sexual intercourse to whatever
degree orchestrated by the teenager constituted immoral or indecent
contact with the two-year-old complainant. The Magistrate's Court had
ordered the sentences to run consecutively.
For the offence in count one, the teenager had been sentenced to eight
years and two years in respect of the second. Effectively, he was
going to spend 10 years behind bars. The High Court however ruled that
the sentences run concurrently.
Judge Ota said her conviction on the matter was informed by the fact
that the accused was a juvenile of 16 years when he committed the
offence. "It is obvious from the record that the Magistrate's Court
failed to take this fact and the Constitutional ethos with regards to
juveniles into consideration whilst sentencing," she noted.


Prosecutors urged to employ expertise in rape charges

HIGH Court Judge Esther Ota has urged prosecutors to employ the best
expertise and vigilance in preferring charges of rape with aggravating
factors.
The judge made this call when delivering a judgment where a teenager
was accused of raping two minor children aged five and two
respectively. She said the legislature went to great lengths to draw
the distinction between the offence of rape simpliciter and rape where
aggravating circumstances existed, via a degree of punishment
deserving of each offence in a bid to curb the ubiquitous nature of
rape with aggravating factors in the kingdom.
"It is thus beyond dispute that it is of paramount interest of society
that the appropriate charge of rape with aggravating circumstances be
preferred where these elements exist," the judge advised.

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