Canada Rwanda: four women accused of pornography, their faces exposed to the press

07:25  03 august  2020
07:25  03 august  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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The four women are accused of helping to procure and groom the girls. In one case a previous victim went on to help groom other young women. Responding to the accusations in an earlier statement, Ms Kellen's lawyers admitted that she scheduled appointments for the couple, and was conscious of

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Accusées d'avoir diffusé des images indécentes selon la loi rwandaise, des femmes ont vu leur visage dévoilé à la presse. (Photo d'illustration). © Gary John Norman / GettyImages Accused of disseminating indecent images under Rwandan law, women have seen their faces revealed to the press. (Illustrative photo).

The controversy swells following the arrest of four young women accused of posting photos of themselves considered pornographic. The faces of the women were "paraded" in the media on Friday without being tried, which sparked outrage on social media this weekend.

The four young women were arrested last Tuesday. Authorities accuse them of posting indecent images electronically. A practice that falls under the law on cybercrime. As in many cases, the Rwandan authorities chose to present the suspects to the press before they were tried ...

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Start studying Pornography . Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. no reliable evidence was found to support the idea that exposure to explicit sexual materials is related to the development of delinquent or criminal sexual behavior among youths or adults.

But the photos of the young women standing in front of the journalists made the twittosphere react: “This culture of parade and humiliation is despicable ”writes one Internet user, while others denounce a law on indecency which is not very precise, leaving the door open to abuses.

On the side of the Bureau of Investigations, it is said that the operation aimed to send a strong message to the public, as a preventive measure and that neither the names nor the faces of the four women have been revealed.

However, the outlines of this affair are still unclear. A Congolese man suspected of causing them to strip for money was arrested at the same time. He was later shot dead by police as he tried to escape from a Kigali police station, according to an official statement released on Saturday. He was suspected of being part of a prostitution ring.

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