Girl, 12, ‘gang-RAPED by 11 men after she was kidnapped from festival’


A 12-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by a group of 11 men after she was kidnapped from a festival.

It happened in Oruro, Bolivia, at around 1am on Monday, and police are still hunting for eight other suspects after arresting three men.

How it happened

The men are accused of plying the young girl with alcohol before raping her at a ‘remote spot’.

It has not been made clear how the suspects managed to take the girl away from her family at the festival.

Bolivia’s state prosecution service said: ‘The Departmental Prosecutor of Oruro, Aldo Morales Alconini, reported today that the Public Ministry is investigating an act of aggravated rape committed against an under-age girl aged 12, who was allegedly attacked by 11 individuals.

‘So far Víctor Q. R., Víctor H.CH and Adolfo C.C have been arrested and will be charged in the next few hours.

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‘The Prosecutor’s Office will also request at a court hearing the preventive detention of the suspects, while police continue to hunt the other individuals.’

What forensic reports say

Mr Morales added: ‘Once we became aware of the attack, we began the corresponding investigation covering the victim’s psychological report, an identification parade and a forensic medical certificate that demonstrates the existence of the criminal act and helped to identify the first three suspects.

‘The forensic report shows the girl has obvious signs of body violence and abrasions due to friction on her spine.

‘We are analysing the information and assistance we are going to need from the Institute of Forensic Investigation and others with the aim of clarifying this incident so it does not go unpunished.

‘We want to make sure those responsible receive a 30-year prison sentence.’

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