Costa Rica News – Although it is innocent until proven guilty….oh wait that is teh USA, in Costa Rica it is guilty until proven innocent, the police that are supposed to serve and protect seem to be stepping outside those lines more and more. Taking bribes, killing a homeless man, and now this. All rapist if they found guilty should just be shot in the dick and left to bleed out and die. If you have a problem with that statement, I do not really care.
So says the Prosecutor’s Office of Pavas, San José, on the accusation presented on 13 September before the Criminal Court.
The Public Ministry official are accusing the crimes of aggravated rape and theft to the detriment of women, 26 years of age.
Counsel further stated that the victim Vargas claimed damages of ¢ 100 million for moral damages.
“Her life changed. She tells me the story and I cry. She is already married, but the damage is there. “said Vargas.
According to the indictment of the Prosecutor, the violation occurred on February 21, 2010 at about 9 pm on a street behind the building of the ICE, Sabana Norte, San José.
The girl said in the complaint that she and her friend were not doing anything illegal, just talking and that the arrest was without cause.
Then the officer took Fernandez’s friend to another room and left her alone with Castrillo.
It was at this point that, according to the woman, the officer proceeded to demand under threat to go somewhere else in her car.
He said if I was going with him would then accuse the carrying of weapon she carried in the car. Then the student agreed to drive the vehicle to a site located behind ICE facilities in La Sabana.
There the policeman allegedly forced her to strip and have oral sex with him for several minutes.
“I started to tremble and mourn, I told him not to do anything and he said no because he hated to beg and beg you told me to take off my clothes, then he dropped his pants to the knees but he made me take it all off, “says the complaint filed by the university.
After the alleged rape, the victim testified that the officer asked for her phone number to ask her out another day.
We are not saying that this is true but it would not surprise anyone at The Costa Rican Times.