Saturday, July 20, 2013

13 year old gang raped in Texas.

Or if you're a woman it's the "You're on your own star state."
Courtesy of KHOU:

As many as 10 men allegedly took turns sexually assaulting a 13-year-old runaway Texas girl in an apartment where some cheered and filmed the attacks with their cellphone cameras, according to court records released Thursday. 

Austin police answered a call to the Avalon Palms apartment complex at Rundberg and Northgate. 

Detectives say the girl ran away from her group home, Settlement Home for Children, on June 30, and got into a car with three strangers. 

According to an arrest affidavit, they took her inside an apartment and raped her. She says a group of 10 men cheered and filmed the assault with cellphones. Then, each one took turns assaulting her. It lasted from 10 p.m. into the early morning hours the following day. 

She says the men then dumped her off on the side of the road. 

Some neighbors say they're not surprised about the incident with all the gang and drug activity in the area. 

"They need to be locked up," said David Green, who lives nearby. "She's only 13. She didn't have a chance to grow up. She's going to be traumatized for the rest of her life." 

A medical exam confirmed the trauma to the teen's body matches her story.

This is how men treat females when they do not have any respect for them.

To these animals this child was nothing but a piece of meat, and when they were done chewing on her they cast her aside like garbage.

And since this is Texas if this assault results in a pregnancy this little girl may be forced to give birth to her rapist's baby.

Oh that's right I forgot.

Sadly that is not actually the case so if this child IS pregnant she will be encouraged not to terminate the pregnancy and may even have hard time getting access to the Morning After pill even though now. thanks to Planned Parenthood, it is available over the counter.

Because remember, in Texas women, and little girls, are nothing more than breeding stock. And being horribly abused and humiliated once is apparently not good enough for the Lone Star state.


  1. Anonymous12:41 PM

    As a survivor of a violnet rape where I was left for dead and then went on to counsel victims I want to state that she would have been given Plan B in the ER of any Austin hospital. Like it or not, where you get treatment after such an assault does change how you will be medically treated. Also, those scum that call themselves men will NOT get the "boys will be boys" treatment by the Austin police, she will have a chance at justice unlike many cities in Texas. The hospital would have reached out to get her the counseling and help she needs unlike many other cities in Texas.
    My only experience with the Austin police was was a positive one. I keep my RV there, since I work in Austin frequently, I came home to find 8 marked police cars and 2 unmarked, they were there to do an intervention at a families request for an adult suffering from mental illness that had gone off her meds, they were kind, considerate, had the family with them and got her the immediate help she needed. I can only hope this young girl gets the same empathy.

    1. Anonymous11:14 PM

      Oh Sweet Jesus. Crap In Austin.

  2. fromthediagonal12:49 PM

    Full Speed back into the Past... of brute strength over reason.

    Once again, my brain stutters at the thought of the depravity... of both the perpetrators AND the legislators who will protect neither the ones who are violated, nor the principles of what we perceive of this country being a somewhat civilized society.

  3. Anonymous1:57 PM

    Let's not forget that these changes in the law, specifically the trap regulations to shut down womens health centers and the 20 week limit, are not just happening in Texas. These are happening everywhere just like Stand your Ground laws, papers please laws,etc. Gotta believe that ALEC is somehow involved. And, really Jesse, do you have to keep pointing out the morons in the state legislature down here? I guess you could point out the moron who is the governor or the ones in Congress. And I believe that she will get the help she needs in Austin. Some of the other cities in Texas, not so much.

    1. Anonymous4:40 PM

      ALEC has a related organization called Americans United for Life (AUL) One of their attorneys even testified at the senate hearings in Texas! (They are trying to get Roe v. Wade overturned.) Like ALEC, they give legislators like Laubenberg, above, the bills in full. The legislator does not write the bill (not smart enough); Laubenberg didn't know what was in the bill.

      This is systematic--they are executing a well-financed plan.

  4. Anonymous2:06 PM

    And I guess those "rape kits" scrub the memory from the girl's mind. Didn't Sarah Palin think that the victims should be charged for the rape kits? Some women are almost as bad as the men; women like Jodie Lautenberg (if I read the name correctly) and Sarah Palin have been aiding and abetting the legislators in their wild rush to do in women's rights.

  5. Anonymous2:06 PM

    Texas is just gross, period. If I believed in God I'd certainly find in my thinking that God has brought drought and pestilence to Texas because 80% of the population there are just terrible people.

    Hmm, perhaps there is a God after all and He hates Texas?

    1. Anonymous3:07 PM

      I don't think it is 80%. More like 25% or so with outsized power form Perry through most of the elected officials, and a few scared rabid supporters and gerrymandered districts. Texas can be turned blue. Start GOTV NOW!!!!

    2. Anonymous7:28 PM

      What a horrible thing to say. Texas is closer than turning blue than many red states, but yet you say it's okay to be victimized like this. At one point I was victimized and left for dead in a blue state, was that the cause?? Should I no longer be a progressive democrat? Where is your obscure thinking that this is okay in ANY place in the USA?

    3. Anonymous7:31 PM

      Should women be raped in Alaska since Sarah Palin made them pay for thier rape kits? That's about as much sense as you are making FU

    4. elliegrl5:56 PM

      My SIL lives there and is a wonderful person :-(

  6. "Cleaned out" Really?? fucking exactly does the ER in texas clean out a rape victim?? huh?

  7. Anonymous6:01 PM

    Initial draft of Rick Perry's next speech:

    "Well, the first thing I wanna know is 'What was she wearing?', because you and I both know that those little hussies that age can put on all their momma's makeup and some shorty-shorts and sandals without a bra and you can just look at em and tell they want it. And then when they get it, they always complain! I tell you, we've gotta change the law to make it easier on the boys that are just responding to their nature. I mean, they obviously didn't mean her no harm. They didn't even mess up her face."
    --Rick Perry, Texas Governor, speaking on Victims' Rights and Protection of Children.

  8. Anonymous6:57 PM

    "The young folks coming in to each of your services are anywhere from 17 to 22 or 23. Gee whiz, the hormone level created by nature sets in place the possibility for these types of things to occur. So we've got to be very careful how we address it on our side."

    Senator Saxby Chambliss from Georgia, commenting on the problem of rape and sexual assault in the military

    Shorter Chambliss: Boys will be boys and girls shouldn't tempt them

  9. Erica from Dallas10:12 PM

    Bring It On! I believe that if my state of Texas is made fun of by the rest of the country. Maybe some of our legislators will be embarrassed enough to question their actions.We do have some great Democrats at the Capital that try so hard to make our state progressive. They are trying their best to be the morality police with God on their side.

  10. Anonymous5:21 AM

    OMG. That poor child.
    I hope for justice. and or karma

  11. Castrate EVERY ONE of the men who raped her. Give her a morning after pill and all the support she needs.


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