Monday, 06 Jul 2020

Not Fair; a Victim of the Rape Case in Malaysia Was Precisely Arrested After Making a Report to the Police, Because of This


Nicole, the rape victim who was arrestedNicole, the rape victim who was arrested - Rape is a serious accusation and should not be taken lightly. But what happens if rape victims are also arrested?

The #JusticeForNicole movement and petition recently emerged after it was believed that a Nigerian rape victim by the name of Nicole was arrested because she did not have temporary legal documents that the alleged rapist was released.

True to the viral post, Nicole is currently being held in Malaysian government custody for not having the proper documents to be in our country after she was allegedly raped by a group of Malaysian men in Kuala Lumpur, who appeared to be led by wealthy businesses. son.

She had met a man in Changkat when he asked her out and then took her to a hotel owned by his father. He apparently also colluded with some of his friends who were waiting at the hotel so they could take turns raping her. She was allegedly raped by a gang and beaten before being taken to another location where a group of other friends went with him, as described by Instablog9ja.

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The group of men apparently also recorded the entire incident without their faces in the photos and threatened to release the video online if Nicole exposed them. Nicole is rescued and rapists accused of being arrested when someone hears Nicole screaming.

It is believed that the arrest of Nicole was a step to cover up the injustices of those who were released.

On the other hand, according to local media sources and the Malaysian Royal Police (PDRM) Kuala Lumpur chief Datuk Seri Mazlan Lazim, the main suspect and two other people were arrested on 4 June for alleged attacks and released on 4 June. June 9 after the extension of detention was rejected.

Nicole then made another police report on June 9 after not wanting to report the rape that occurred the same day as the attack.

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The police then arrested Nicole on June 10 because she did not have valid travel documents under Section 6 (1) (c) of the Immigration Act 1959/63 and was held in Kajang prison until the rape case was over.

The main suspect has since been detained again and police are still actively searching for three other suspects involved in the investigation into Section 376 of the Criminal Code.

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