Thursday, December 27, 2012

What is going wrong with our society?

Ακόμη πιο τραγικές διαστάσεις προσλαμβάνει  η υπόθεση της στυγερής δολοφονίας της νεαρής γυναίκας στην Ξάνθη, καθώς αποκαλύπτεται ότι ο πατέρας και ο αδελφός της ήταν οι πρώτοι που έσπευσαν να σβήσουν τη φωτιά στην πυλωτή της πολυκατοικίας χωρίς να γνωρίζουν ότι αυτή που καιγόταν ήταν η 34χρονη κοπέλα!

Μάλιστα, δεν είχαν καν αντιληφθεί ότι στις φλόγες που είχαν τυλίξει  δυο μηχανάκια βρίσκονταν ένα ανθρώπινο σώμα και ξεκίνησαν σβήνουν τη φωτιά με λάστιχο! 

Κάποιοι γείτονες διέκριναν την ανθρώπινη σιλουέτα και άρχισαν να φωνάζουν, ενώ άλλοι ανέφεραν ότι είχαν ακούσει λίγο νωρίτερα τα τα ουρλιαχτά της. 

*34 year old woman raped and burned in Xanthi Greece, and her father and brother fight to put out the flames of an anonymous woman burning to death in their neighborhood unaware that this is their sister and daughter.*

ειδήσεις : Aυτή είναι η κοπέλα που βίασαν και έκαψαν στην Ξάνθη - φωτογραφία - http://www.e-magazino.gr/epikairotita/aiti-einai-i-kopela-pou-biasan-kai-ekapsan-stin-ksanthi-fotografia.html#ixzz2GIuUlc2i 
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Tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets across India on Wednesday, calling on authorities to stem the rising tide of violent sexual attacks on women, after a 23-year-old medical student was raped and beaten by six men on a Delhi bus.
The incident on Sunday night has convulsed India, sparking fierce criticism of the police, rows in parliament, blanket coverage in the media and even a debate on the role of revealing outfits worn by stars of Bollywood films.


Amitabh Bachchan, the country's biggest star, called on all Indians to become vigilantes.
"What is going wrong with our society, our people?" he asked in a Facebook post.http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/dec/19/delhi-bus-gang-rape

  in front of the India Gate during a protest rally organised by various women's organisations in New Delhi December 21, 2012. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in various parts of the country to demand urgent action against the men who took turns to rape a 23-year-old woman on a moving bus on December 16, local media reports said. The placards read, "Immediately arrest rapists" (C) and "Delhi Government; Ensure security for women". (REUTERS)



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