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Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« on: November 05, 2007, 10:29:57 AM »
 
November 5, 2007

Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
By TARINA WHITE, SUN MEDIA

While a woman recovers from a vicious attack and sexual assault that sent her to hospital in critical condition yesterday, cops warn the public to be vigilant.

Investigators released few details yesterday about the Beltline sex assault because the battered victim was too injured to speak, said Duty Insp. Guy Slater.

"She wasn't in a good way," he said.

"The investigation is in a very fragile state as we wait for the victim to be in the best condition possible to provide us with information."

Investigators have not determined whether the assault, which happened about 2:30 a.m. near 10 Avenue S.W., involved one assailant or more, said Slater.

Police said the woman did not know her attacker or attackers, but they have not ruled out the assault being calculated."We don't know if it was a deliberate one or a random one," said Slater.

Beltline residents are reminded to be vigilant, said Slater.

"Police have a duty to warn the public of danger in their community."

"Be aware of your environment and don't take unnecessary risks that would put you in a position of vulnerability."

The woman's condition was upgraded to stable condition last night and cops plan to talk to her today.

Sex crimes detectives investigating the assault request anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious in the area to call 266-1234.

 
 

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Re: Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2007, 02:17:59 PM »
THat is almost execatly where the Beltline rapist was doing his work. But he is in jail now, and will be deported back to South America when released. So I wonder what this is? Wonder if they knew each other? I know that area very well, used to live in Beltline for a number of years, it used to be safe as can be, probably still is. Gee whiz, poor woman, he must have hurt her real good.

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Re: Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2007, 03:08:49 PM »

Sadistic Pig, with Maggots for brains:::! >:( >:( >:(

Just who the hell are these guys, and why are they walking around? They probably have priors, and done time, and then let out, and do the same thing. This guy is a
freaking goof.It is a holes like this who often kill.Where does all this anger come from?

I hope they all check violent sex offenders, with the same type of crime., and find this sucker.


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Re: Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2007, 01:49:00 AM »
From Kindheart

Carol PLEASE let us know if you hear anything. This is soooooooooooo sick. I hope she has good info on the f-ing evil pigs.
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Re: Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2007, 08:48:21 AM »
 
November 6, 2007

Hunt on for sex attacker
Police release description of man in Beltline attack and urge women to be cautious at night
By DELANEY SEIFERLING, SUN MEDIA

Police released yesterday a description of the man suspected in a vicious sexual assault in the Beltline over the weekend.

A 23-year-old woman was attacked and sexually assaulted early Sunday morning somewhere on 10 Ave. S.W., likely between 4 St. and 11 St., as she was walking home from a gathering, Sgt. Curtis Olson of the sex crimes unit said yesterday.

"It is a very disturbing incident due to the level of violence," Olson said.

"The victim suffered extensive injuries."

The woman was approached around 2:30 a.m. by a man who initiated a friendly conversation with her.

"She was walking towards the centre of the city," Olson said.

"Although it was a stranger attack, it appears that he followed her."

The victim, who Olson said was "new to the neighbourhood," tried to take an alternate route to avoid him, became disoriented and ended up in a parking lot where the suspect confronted her again and attacked her.

"Due to the traumatic nature of the assault, the victim doesn't remember clearly where she was," he said.

The woman was able to make it home after the attack and was later taken to a hospital by her roommate.

"Thankfully, the victim is in stable condition but still in the hospital at this time," Olson said.

The suspect is described as possibly East Indian in descent, approximately 25 years of age with a thin build and medium skin tone.

He is estimated between 5-ft.-6 and 5-ft.-8 in height and approximately 170 lbs., with short, dark brown, wavy hair and a goatee.

He was wearing a three-quarter length brown jacket and blue jeans.

The suspect did not have an accent.

Any women who have been approached by an overly friendly man fitting this description are urged to call police.

Police are currently working on a sketch to release to the public. They also remind Calgary women to be cautious when walking at night.

"The duty to warn the public is very important in a case like this," Olson said.

"You should never go out on your own, always be aware of your surroundings and always stay in well-lit areas."

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 266-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 
 

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Re: Victim of vicious sex crime in hospital
« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2007, 06:21:18 PM »
What worries me is taht this guy was so bold. THat is a generally busy area and the police hang out sometimes at the Husky just a block away. This guy needs to be caught.

The criminal does have the option of protective custody, but that means 23 hours a day in lockup, and 1 hour to stretch his legs a bit. So if he does not take it, then whatever happens to him he could have prevented. I understand that many of these guy will choose to serve the needs of other inmates for protection anyway, so I guess it is consentual in a way.

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« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2007, 08:15:23 PM »
Back in the early 90's when Brian Mulruny thought to make prisoners act better, prison gaurds would dress like hotel staff instead of police, I remember Preston Manning came up with a great idea for prisons.

4 different prisons. 1 for low risk and behaved inmates. Another for misbehaving low risk inmates. One for Well behaved high rised inmates and one for bad behaved high risk inmates.

The porpose would be that life would be better for those inmates who choose to obey the rules and to keep the bad ones away from the prisoners who can be rehabiliated.

As it is now, a murderer and rapist shares the same cell block as a shoplifter who broke his probation by stealing a Van. This makes no sense at all.

I'd add a 5th prison. One for sex offenders. Just so that they can all be forced to get mental help.