A daughter of the family, around the age of 12 or 13, was cutting the grass in nearby fields on July 16 when a teenage boy covered her with a cloth and raped her, police said. In the days that followed the girl’s rape, the family’s elders gathered together in shock and anguish, seeking to resolve what had happened. The elders — who effectively served as the family’s “panchayat,” or village council — decided that justice should be served as revenge.
They instructed the victim’s brother, who is about 16, to rape the teenage sister of the attacker in return for his crime, Ahsan Younis, head of the Multan city police, told The Washington Post.
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So the 16-year-old brother followed suit, assaulting the teenage girl in his family’s home and effectively carrying out what Younis called a “revenge rape.” Two rapes, within two days, all in one extended family.
It turns out the first assailant’s father is a brother of the second assailant’s grandfather.
By Samantha Schmidt The extended family members all lived within yards of each other, in a small village near a river bank in Pakistan’s largest province, Punjab.
Shakti District Court, Main Door Behind Patton Tank, Amritsar.“They are victims and accused at the same time,” Younis said in an interview Thursday morning with The Post. But it was not entirely unheard of – such “honor” crimes still take place in some parts of Pakistan and India.But what made this case different was that somebody spoke up, and authorities took action.SURREY — Mounties say they are investigating “a complaint of an apprehension involving a case of mistaken identity” after two officers detained a 16-year-old girl in Newton on April 28.A viral video posted on Facebook shows two police officers holding the girl face down on the pavement at a Newton bus exchange as she screams expletives at them.