2 days of abuse in Australia


In Australian news IN THE PAST 2 DAYS (trigger warning) –
a 31 year old Brisbane man was caught and has confessed to raping a 3 year old girl at Aspley and taking pictures of the assault,

a 23 year old Perth man assaulted a 10 year old girl,

a gold coast man has hit and killed a woman with his car on purpose and been charged just manslaughter,

a man in Melbourne assaulted a 13 year old girl at Flinders station, nobody came to help or contact the police,

an alleged paedophile charged with 85 offences is out on Bail in North QLD,

a 15 year old boy attacked a German women in Cairns so violently the school had to be shut down to clean up the blood,

a good Samaritan man saved a woman from being abducted by 4 men in Melbourne,

a “Star” footballer is charged with raping a 17 year old girl, and the newspaper calls it “Sexual intercourse without consent”,

an accused paedophile who assaulted 3 teenage boys is out on bail,

a murdered woman called police hours before her death and no patrol showed up in Adelaide Hills,

Porno Cyber bullying is reaching epidemic levels,

and a 28 year old man has been charged with assaulting a 16 year old girl in Perth.



Camilla, Australia


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4 Responses to “2 days of abuse in Australia”

  1. evie Says:

    Not to discount the seriousness of the rest of this post, but what is the vague term “porno cyberbullying” and could statistics be given on the ‘epidemic levels’?

  2. evie Says:

    Also, it would be great to have links to all of these incidents so we can read about them. Once again I’m not denying that they happened or the seriousness of them, but publishing barely coherent screeds like this which don’t have any source material at all when referring to current events does a disservice to your otherwise great blog.

  3. redreplicant Says:

    What’s “porno cyberbullying?” Is that when you get spam with explicit pictures, or your friends in school send you pictures of dicks? Are we really comparing that to rape and murder?

    Considering Australia’s already ridiculously high levels of censorship I find the inclusion of such a broad and meaningless term irritating mixed in with the rest of the very serious complaints.

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