November 10, 2009

This Week in the News (Nov. 6th, 2009)

Posted in Uncategorized at 9:16 pm by sacetalks

Sorry this post is a few days late! It is for the week of Nov. 2nd- 6th.

The following is a list of news articles and editorials on sexual assault in communities across the globe (over the past 7 days).  Many of the articles below may contain victim-blaming language, distortion of information which supports sexual assault myths, and/or triggering content.  What these articles do showcase is the prevalence of sexual assault (given that only a small percentage of the 1 in 10 sexual assaults in Canada which are reported receive media attention, several articles on sexual assault within one week indicate a huge number of assaults), what kinds of sexual assaults are reported and how rampant sexual assault myths are.  Please be aware that SACE does not support the content or delivery of any of the following news pieces.


Soldier not guilty of raping recruit


Abducted girl, 16, used ‘CSI’ tactics to outsmart rapist
Man to enter pleas on some of 12 charges in kidnapping case


BC officer dodges charges by quitting
Sketches released of suspects in sexual assault
Man sexually assaulted eight teenage girls on crowded TTC bus, police say
Woman kidnapped, assaulted: Cops
Waywayseecappo RCMP Lay Charges Of Sexual Assault
NS foot fetishist faces sex assault charge in Ontario
Violent sexual assaults earn Haines dangerous-offender status


Polygamist Raymond Jessop faces long jail term after sexual assault on under …
Group Documents Sexual Assaults in Iran Postelection Crackdown
Hockey player charged with sexual assault
Prosecutor ‘relieved’ at decision
Suspect charged with kidnapping and sexual assault
Former swim coach guilty of sexual assault
Del. police arrest fugitive in sexual assault
Rock County deputy charged with sexual assault
Convicted rapist found guilty in sexual assault
Police searching for sexual assault suspect in Westlake area
Anna woman found guilty in husband’s sexual abuse of daughter
Alleged serial rapist arraigned for sexual assault, attempted murder
Police hunt for ‘man in black’ after sexual assault
Evidence by blinking helps convict James Watts of sexual assaults


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