After two recent, high-profile cases in which young women have been attacked and raped by groups of men; Journalst Sorious Samura investigates gang rape in the UK.

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After two recent, high-profile cases in which young women have been attacked and raped by groups of men; Journalst Sorious Samura investigates gang rape in the UK.

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Both shocking and disturbing
7 October 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw first being advertised on Channel4 previous before the first air date it looked interesting. The first broadcast I only watch the last 25 minutes, but the last 25 minutes upset me a little. The broadcaster was focusing on a growing trend of gang rape of young girls mainly in their mid teens by boys who are in the same age group but some of he victims were not sexually assaulted by anonymous strangers one in particular who she thought was a childhood friend. She was invited to house to play, what she thought it would just the two of them , some video games everything was fine until a little later a group of teen boys arrived at his aforementioned house where they led to his bedroom and immediately entrapped her, forcibly raped her one by one. The segment what upset me more where the broadcaster interviewed a group of teen boys, there was an excuse or condoning this kind of sexual act with little expression of sympathy to any victims, if a girl go boys house what else does she go there for in short she is asking for it. When the boys were confronted by a group of girls on their opinion and what were saying was morally indefensible they changed their tone to some degree. It seems what I watched the victims, perpetrators and interviewees were mostly of African-Caribbean and Sub-Saharan Afrcian descent, what was the documentary trying to portray this crime is mainly a phenomenon of the London African-Caribbean and Sub-Saharan African community.


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