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Indian-origin Doctor, Filmed Female Patients Using Wristwatch Camera

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 18, 2013

FILTHY GP Davinderjit Bains made 361 recordings over three years with footage of him fondling the breasts and groin areas of 30 patients aged between 14 and 51.

  • Dr Davinderjit Bains, 45, has pleaded guilty to 39 sexual offences 
  • Sexually assaulted women at surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett, near Swindon, Wiltshire, for almost two years before he was caught
  • Police found 361 high-quality video clips filmed on ‘spy watch’
  • Fears as many as 100 women had medical examinations they didn’t need
  • ‘He is a sexual predator, as simple as that,’ DI Mark Garrett

By LUKE SALKELD

A family doctor secretly filmed the intimate examination of hundreds of women patients using a camera hidden in his wristwatch.

GP Davinderjit Bains, 45, recorded hours of footage with the £60 spy device as he carried out ‘unnecessary and inappropriate’ inspections.

The abuse continued for two years until his 19-year-old lodger told police he had filmed her showering and assaulted her.

Sexual predator: Dr Davinderjit Bains used his James Bond-style wristwatch to film himself abusing female patients
Sickening: The Tieex 4GB Waterproof HD Spy Watch DVR which Dr Bains used to film his victims has a built-in camera

Predator: Dr Davinderjit Bains, left, used his ‘spy watch’ right to film himself sexually abusing female patients at his surgery for more than two years before he was caught

When Bains was arrested at his surgery in Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire, officers discovered 361 video clips filmed on the wristwatch – some as long as 45 minutes.

Around 3,000 potential victims were contacted but the exact number is thought to be ‘close to 300’ – aged between 14 and 51.

Bains appeared at Swindon Crown Court where he admitted 39 counts of sexual assault and voyeurism and asked for a further 65 offences to be taken into consideration. Read the rest of this entry »

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Defending Assange, Ecuador’s President Kindles a Controversy over Defining Rape

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on August 24, 2012

The decision to help keep Assange out of Sweden shines light on Latin America’s problematic attitude toward rape
image: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange prepares to speak from the balcony of Ecuador's embassy, where he is taking refuge in London Aug. 19, 2012.
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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange prepares to speak from the balcony of Ecuador’s embassy in London, where he is taking refuge, on Aug. 19, 2012

This isn’t exactly International Male Sensitivity Week. First we had Missouri Congressman and Dark Ages darling Todd Akin sparking a global firestorm of criticism, and calls from his own Republican Party that he drop his candidacy for the U.S. Senate, by suggesting that “legitimate” female rape victims rarely get pregnant. Akin later apologized and said he meant to say “forcible” rape — but that still betrayed the backwardly narrow definition of rape that Akin and so many other anti–abortion rights conservatives hold.

Now we have Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa, who last week granted political asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, reminding us just how at home Akin would likely feel in Latin America, even in countries run by leftists like Correa. Talking to reporters on Wednesday in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Correa noted with a disturbingly matter-of-fact air that the sexual assault two women in Sweden accuse Assange of committing against them in 2010 “would not be considered in any case a felony in Latin America.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Seeks Political Asylum to Avoid Extradition On Sex Charges

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 20, 2012

Julian Assange

Julian Assange is wanted in Sweden on sex charges

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London seeking political asylum, sources told the Press Association.

He walked into the embassy, in London’s Knightsbridge district, and asked for asylum under the United Nations Human Rights Declaration.

A man speaking from the embassy said over the telephone that Mr Assange had arrived at the embassy on Tuesday and was requesting political asylum.

Ecuador’s foreign minister Ricardo Patino also confirmed the Australian had taken refuge at its embassy and that the country’s government was weighing up the request.

A message was posted on the Wikileaks Twitter account, saying: “ALERT: Julian Assange has requested political asylum and is under the protection of the Ecuadorian embassy in London.”

A second read: “We will have more details on the Ecuadorian situation soon.” Read the rest of this entry »

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‘German Fritzl’ Adolf Bergbauer Who Had Sex With Daughter 500 Times Is Cleared Of Rape

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on December 21, 2011

A 69-year-old German man who had sex with his daughter more than 500 times and fathered three children with her has been cleared of rape.

 

Adolf Bergbauer was sentenced to just two years and eight months in prison for incest, after a judge threw out the rape charge.

 

Bergbaeur alleged his daughter, whom he began having sex with at the age of 12, always propositioned him, news.com.au reported.

 

He could not be charged with statutory rape because it occurred more than 20 years ago.

 

His daughter, now aged 46, vehemently denied the claims and told a Nuremberg court he had regularly beaten her and threatened to kill her if she told anyone.

 

Media outlets have nicknamed Bergbaeur the “German Frizl”, in reference to the Austrian rapist Josef Frizl, who kept his daughter Elisabeth locked in an underground dungeon for 24 years and fathered six children with her.

 

Two of the three sons Bergbaeur’s daughter bore her father died, while the third survives.

 

The case only came to light after the woman was convicted of blackmailing the wife of a doctor she blamed for the disability of one of her sons, the Daily Mail reported.

 

Prosecutors had demanded a 14-year sentence for the ordeal he inflicted on his daughter but the court ruled it was impossible to prove the relationship was not consensual and highlighted inconsistencies in her testimony.

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World’s Most Dangerous Countries For Women: Thomson Reuters Foundation Survey

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 17, 2011


I heard lots of cases in India but not in other countries. Due to dowry system every year hundreds of women are being killed there.
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Kristin Davis, Ex-Manhattan Madam, Claims Dominique Strauss-Kahn Was A Customer

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 19, 2011


“She said Strauss-Ka­hn called her in January that year to request an “all-Ameri­can” girl, and paid $1,200 an hour for a two-hour booking.
“He paid in cash,” she said. “The first girl I sent to him said he was aggressive and didn’t want to be back with him again,” she added.” – This is very danger as it shows that he could be regular customer. It could be better to check the possibilit­y of misuse of IMF money.
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Julian Assange, Wikileaks’ Founder, Faces Extradition Over Rape Allegations

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 25, 2011


This hero will be troubled then?
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GENDER: “Raped in Guinea, then raped again in Senegal”

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on November 10, 2010

DAKAR, 10 November 2010 (IRIN) – On 28 September 2009 in a Guinea stadium, Djeneba* was raped by a soldier

Photo: Nancy Palus/IRIN Djeneba holding a copy of the Human Right Watch report ‘Bloody Monday’ about the crackdown in which she and scores of other women were raped

while another beat her head. Calling her a criminal and a whore, the men then shoved a wooden club into her vagina. “I was hanging between life and death.”

In a way, she still is. Now living in the Senegalese capital Dakar, where she and several other women raped that day received medical treatment, she is far from her family and has abandoned her studies, “which were my life, my future… That is how I was going to contribute to my parents.” She said she would have finished her Master’s in economics this year.

“I’m among ‘the rape victims’. But I’m still a militant of a political party and someone who wants to fight for Guinea.” People demonstrated on 28 September in the capital Conakry to call for an end to military rule in Guinea – to say No to the presidential candidacy of coup leader Moussa Dadis Camara.

Human Rights Watch reckons 150 to 200 people were killed when security forces attacked the pro-democracy rally at the stadium in Conakry. Dozens of women, of all ages, were raped.

“Young women were raped along with their mothers – it’s abominable,” said Ibrahima Baldé of the Centre Mère et Enfants, a clinic in the city where rape victims continue to turn for medical and psychosocial care.  Read the rest of this entry »

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