SWEDEN -- Two Syrian men are convicted of rape after a Swedish woman was found chained to a water pipe in the basement of the cafe the men ran.
The two Syrian men who were received as refugees and helped by liberal volunteers to open a cafe in Helsingborg in Sweden, have now been convicted of raping and holding a Swedish woman captive as a sex slave in the cellar of the business they ran.
The Swedish newspaper Fria Tider reports that after Swedish police raided a cafe run by two Syrian refugees, 28-year-old Khaled Azez Hegrs and 23-year-old Tareq Bakkar, they discovered a kidnapped Swedish woman who was chained in the store's basement. The brutalized victim had been held captive and was used by the men as their personal sex slave. She had been repeatedly gang raped and tortured by at least seven different Arab men.
The unnamed woman is said to have been kidnapped at gunpoint from Malmö by a group of four Arab men who transported her by car to the café. She was then handcuffed to a water pipe in the basement, where the men repeatedly gang raped her.
Authorities confirmed in the indictment that as soon as the car arrived at the cafe, the other three Arab men were waiting for the victim and started to rape the helpless woman. The men forced her on a couch and stripped her naked before they performed oral, vaginal and anal rape. Police said she has been raped by two men simultaneously at least once.
The Swedish news outlet Avpixlat, reports that the two men were sentenced to four years in prison each for rape, and must pay SEK 264,000 in damages to the woman. Neither of the two men were convicted of kidnapping or torture. The authorities have agreed to deport the men, even though the defendants have the opportunity to appeal their sentences, which most immigrant convicts do. Amazingly enough, the court has still not managed to sentence the five other men who took part in the rapes.
The regional newspaper Sydsvenskan, which also reported on the case, had as usual left out names and references to the ethnicity of the perpetrators.
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