A 14-year-old Swedish girl has changed schools after being sexually abused by two migrant boys in her class while her attackers were allowed to remain enrolled.
It was only after media attention in Sweden that the school decided to rethink their decision. As reported originally, “a 16-year-old carrying the Arab name Ajuub, suffers from an 'impaired ability to understand what is right and wrong,' the verdict stated. He was therefore punished mildly.”
The report continues, “The gang rape was committed on the 30th of May last year at the restrooms of a school in Skane, in the south of Sweden. Both boys, Ajuub plus an unnamed 15-year-old, raped the victim vaginally as well as orally.”
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Ajuub was sentenced to 100 hours of youth service plus 24 meetings with a social worker “in order to learn to make better decisions.” Meanwhile, the 15-year-old was considered too young to be held criminally responsible and was set free.
Apparently the girl was originally too afraid to go back to school and to tell her mother. In addition, the younger assailant had allegedly been spreading rumours about the victim, calling her a whore who “sells sex for money.”
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The school principal says he struggles with the case and thinks about it “every day and every hour.” He asserted that “there is no obligation for a school to go out and announce that there’s a student who has been convicted of rape.”
He even went as far as to call the rapists victims. “All three youths involved were our students here and all three are, in a way, victims in this case. The boy who was convicted has gotten a pretty harsh punishment, which turns him into a victim as well,” he claimed.
Director of school management Mats Jönsson admitted the attention around the case made him question whether the school had made the right move by continuing to enroll those involved. He also wants the female victim to recover.
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