Thursday, July 2, 2015

US Soldiers [Allegedly] Rape 54 Colombian Nymphets



I wrote in The Allure of Nymphets that Ridley shared in The Red Queen that the attainment of young women is the main reason for wars and that the procurement of resources is secondary. In addition, according to The Economist, rape has been used as a motivator and pacifier for soldiers for centuries. For example, Japanese soldiers were provided with 200,000 sex slaves during the Second Sino-Japanese war, during World War II the Soviet army raped between one and two million Axis women, and Serbian soldiers raped over 20,000 Bosnian women between 1992 and 1995.

And The Daily Mail reported on 24 March 2015 that [at least] 54 Colombian nymphets were raped between 2003 and 2007 in the town of Melgar by American troops and contractors. (Some of the rapes were boldly filmed and sold.)

In particular, in August of 2007, US sergeant Michael J. Coen and defense contractor Cesar Ruiz [allegedly] drugged and raped a 12-year-old Colombian maiden. Colombian prosecutors issued arrest warrants for Coen and Ruiz but they weren't detained due to diplomatic immunity. 



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