Filmmaker Leslee Udwin recently wrapped up interviews with one of the four men convicted of raping and murdering a 23-year-old woman in 2012.
Many people online are praising the quick response from local law enforcement after shocking details emerged about the alleged sexual assault of a high school senior by three student athletes.
The girls were attacked while out looking for a bathroom.
Three assailants in a notorious gang rape at an abandoned mill will receive the death penalty, while a fourth was sentenced to life in prison.
This is the second reported gang rape of a UCSB student in two months.
She also asked why the victim of the brutal Delhi gang rape was out for a movie with her friend at night.
“Is it better to have loved and lost your legs than never to have loved at all?” —@KhapPanchayat
A 20-year-old woman was reportedly assaulted by 12 men after attempting to marry a man belonging to a different ethnic group.
One of the victims died on New Year’s Eve after she was allegedly set on fire by the rapists’ friends.
The girl reportedly dug her way out of a grave after her alleged rapists buried her near a deserted road.
The victim felt nauseous and fainted in a Mumbai court after being asked to identify the pornographic video clips that her alleged assaulters forced her to watch before raping her in an abandoned mill.
“The victim is as guilty as her rapists.”
“This is real justice,” says one Indian, a sentiment echoed by many.
The victim’s father, Badri Singh Pandey, spoke to the Mirror online and said that he is proud of her and that he hopes that “revealing her name will give courage to other women who have survived these attacks.”
A woman who was brutally gang-raped by six men on December 16th died from her injuries on Saturday. The pressure on the Indian government to be tougher on crimes against women reaches its boiling point.