THE final members of an evil eight-strong rape gang who attacked a 13-year-old girl have been jailed – after their victim tracked them down on Facebook.
The teen was attacked after spending a day with friends at a swimming pool in Velbert, Germany. Central European News The sick rape gang have now all been jailed after a 13-year-old girl was attacked on her way home from a swimming pool in Germany She was ambushed by eight boys – all Bulgarian nationals – while walking home along a forest path.
They dragged the terrified girl into the bushes and filmed as they took turns raping her.
A family friend who went searching for her stumbled across the horrific scene and the sick schoolboys fled.
But the brave girl managed to find her attackers on Facebook after recognising one of them.
She gave cops the boy’s picture and the suspect was arrested later that day. VILE FOOTAGE SNARES ATTACKERS Police found vile footage of the attack on the rapist’s phone, which was used to identify the seven others – who cannot be named for legal reasons.This week, two of the teens who initially evaded capture were finally jailed.They fled to their native Bulgaria – but […]
Final members of evil rape gang who attacked girl, 13, are jailed after brave victim tracked them down on Facebook
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