Low sentence for Africans who raped two defenseless Dutch girls for hours in Belgian hotel

Four men with African backgrounds have received a relatively short sentence for the rape of two Dutch girls in Belgium.

The girls, aged 20 and 21, were visiting the city of Antwerp during a weekend in March this year. In a nightclub they met Mohamed S. and Lamine N., both of African heritage.

After a while the men suggested going to their hotel. After arriving things got completely out of hand. The men raped the two girls, who were probably intoxicated or even drugged, for hours and later invited two African friends as well.

One of the girls was forced to take a shower while the man raped her there. During which time the other man raped the other girl.

After they were finished they ‘switched places’. As a result DNA traces of both men were found on both girls. They also invited two friends to sexually assault and abuse the girls, as well. “It was a shroud,” one of the girls said about the night.

“We couldn’t fight back, we couldn’t do anything. We couldn’t hear each other, it is a nightmare that became reality.”

The public prosecutor demanded seven years jail for the four men who commit the rape of the girls, but the judge gave reduced and delayed sentences as cooperation could not be proven.

Three of the men were sentenced to 45 months in jail and the fourth will be jailed for 36 months. The girls wrote in a letter that their lives have been destroyed and that they’re still suffering.

They will receive 11,823 and 12,198 euros in damages.

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