Victim sympathized with rapist’s “difficult situation”
Paul Joseph Watson
A Swedish woman who was raped by an Iraqi “refugee” on a train initially refused to report the incident to police because she ‘felt sorry’ for her attacker.
The incident occurred on a night train between Umeå and Sundsvall back in October. The Iraqi refugee was traveling back to Sweden because he was unhappy with the standard of asylum in Finland.
The woman found herself sharing a compartment with three Arab men, whom she immediately took pity on because they were ‘poor refugees’ and bought them sandwiches.
The men began to get drunk before attempting to touch the 28-year-old woman who told them to stop.
The woman subsequently went to bed only to be awoken by one of the men sexually molesting her. She fought off the rapist and ran to get help from a train attendant.
According to a report out of FriaTider.se, the victim initially refused to report the rape to police because she “felt sorry for him” due to his “difficult situation” and feared that he would be deported back to Iraq.
The train attendant eventually convinced the woman to report the incident and the perpetrator was later arrested and sentenced to one year in prison while also being ordered to pay the victim