Skip to comments.Teenagers Raped Girl and Streamed Attack on Facebook Live, Say Police
Posted on 03/24/2018 1:08:44 PM PDT by Navy Patriot
Three teenagers were arrested in Memphis, Tennessee, after allegedly raping a teenager and broadcasting the attack on Facebook Live.
Martin Milan, 19, Antun Hester, 18, and Rayford Smith, 19, were all charged with aggravated rape and especially aggravated exploitation of a minor after the 17-year-old girl reported the attack Wednesday, reported WREG.
The girl had invited Milan to her house to have sex but when he asked if he could bring his brother she said she was not interested, reported the Memphis Commercial Appeal newspaper, citing the arrest affidavit.
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Probably a misunderstanding, is my guess.
Not the first people who didn’t mind going to jail in order to get famous, and won’t be the last.
The internet provides lots more ways to do it, that’s all.
Thank heavens criminals are stupid.
Just think of the outcry if an AR-15 had been involved. Marches, protests, school walkouts.
The girl is obviously racist for reporting them to the police.
If 0 had a son...
Changing the subject, are those tattoos on their necks?
They wuz good boys. Never did nothin wrong. On their way to college. Trump is at fault. They didn’t see the movie Black Panther because white man won’t pay reparations.
This is why if there is a catastrophe in Memphis and there happens to be refugees that leave Memphis, the strategy here is to make sure the bridges between here and Memphis get blown.
Photo wasn’t really necessary.
Yes, they are Arabic translating to: "All For One, One For All".
How sad. That the guy thought it would be okay to ask if he brought his brother.
How sad, but if you invite these kinds of people who ask a question like that...it is predictable.
She is Home Coming Queen?
Gang tats can’t read them well enough to say who but they are gang tats.
They should all be shot.
Tennessee is one of the 11 US states where the Age of Consent is 18. (The other 39 are 17 (eight states) or 16 (thirty one states)). Unless there is a “Romeo and Juliet” exemption in TENN for those close in age (and I cannot seem to find any such clause in the TENN statutes yet), these 3 fine young gentlemen should have a lifetime of registries and reporting ahead of them.
Have you ever clicked on a post just to confirm what you already knew?
Mad Maxine be dey mama.
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