Video: Five Men Arrested in the Horrific 4-Week Long Repeated Gang-Raping of a Young Japanese Female Tourist in India

January 5, 2015

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by, Suryatapa Bhattacharya & Sean Mclain | The Wall Street Journal | Blazing CatFur | Vlad Tepes

NEW DELHI—Indian police have arrested five men on allegations of kidnapping and raping a Japanese woman over four weeks, according to police.

The woman, who had been studying in India, was allegedly kidnapped by her tour guides as she headed to Bodh Gaya, a Buddhist pilgrimage site in the central state of Bihar, police said. She was held at gunpoint and raped repeatedly by two men, according to Pallab Kanti Ghosh, spokesman for the police in Kolkata, where the case is being investigated.

Video courtesy of: BBC News | h/t Vlad Tepes

Bodh Gaya, one of the holiest places in the world for followers of Buddhism, is considered to be the location where Buddha gained enlightenment. It attracts a stream of foreign tourists, including many from Japan, who regularly travel to this and other important Buddhist sites around India.

On Friday police arrested Sajid Khan, 32 years old, and his 25-year-old brother, Jawed Khan, according to Rakesh Kumar, police superintendent in the city of Gaya. The men worked as tour guides in Kolkata and had accompanied the woman to the pilgrimage site, he said.

Three other men were arrested in Kolkata in connection with the case, according to Mr. Ghosh.

Formal charges haven’t been filed against the men. According to police, the preliminary criminal complaints allege that Sajid and Jawed Khan committed rape and that the other three, unnamed men allegedly committed kidnapping and conspiracy.

The five men couldn’t be reached for comment. It is not known if the men have legal representation.

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Police claim that the alleged rapists traveled with the victim from Kolkata on Nov. 23. She was first taken to the seaside resort town of Digha, where she was forced to withdraw 76,000 rupees ($1,200) from a cash machine, police say. She was then allegedly taken to Gaya, near the pilgrimage site, where she was locked in a room and raped over the course of two weeks.

The alleged rapists were apprehended in their home village of Taro, which is 50 kilometers east from Gaya. They were taken to Kolkata after the arrest.

The woman was released by her captors in late December, and she traveled by bus to Varanasi, 160 miles away, police said. She met Japanese tourists in the city who helped her contact the Japanese consulate.

Video courtesy of: john mcafee | h/t Vlad Tepes

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5 thoughts on “Video: Five Men Arrested in the Horrific 4-Week Long Repeated Gang-Raping of a Young Japanese Female Tourist in India

  1. It won’t belong before this malignancy irritates the entire world to the point they will have nowhere to run and no where to hide. Martha and the Vandellas J.C.


  2. I have have and watched a lot of news reports about this case and this report here is the ONLY source that cites that these rapists were Muslims. I would wager all my belongings that they were NOT. What the issue here is not Islam, but the lack of sexual and emotional maturity of a vast number of men in India. Even the source article for this story above from the Wall Street Journal doesn’t mention Muslim. You can’t just tag the word Muslim onto any headline about an atrocity in the world and think the world is being made any better.

    Since this awful case, 2 Hindu Policemen gang raped a 14 year girl and are now on the run. Perhaps we should label them Muslim too. The real story here is about respect for women in one of the most populous countries in the world, where traditionally males have got away with rape and that the victims become the criminal. Lately, because foreigners have become the victims, and women of India have achieved higher political and educational status, the whole scandal has blown up, and the police are now being forced to deal with the situation.

    Happy New year to you.

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      • Good. After I left my comment I felt a bit bad for sounding off on your blog. But I just can’t let this stuff go by. We can change the world – but only with truth and real understanding of what is going on. (I do not assume that I possess these skills) :-0

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      • Hahaha! No worries sir, for I too seek the truth. I looked into in–only a bit I confess–and took Muslim out of the title until proven otherwise. I appreciate it because I NEVER want to lead anyone to a wrong conclusion, even if the article wasn’t one of my own writings…😊😊 Please feel free to state what’s on your heart, otherwise deception wins…


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