THE RAPE of this poor and sick mother by his own son is of course horrible and should not have happened in a civilized society. The rapist should be imprisoned for a long time.
This despictable act must not in anyway excuse nor lessen the community's abhorance of older men taking advantage of underage girls. All people in particular parents of young girls must condemn the practice of allowing older men to marry pre-pubescent girls because of their aberrant sexual leanings. Gabriela Rantau --- In email@example.com, "Deddy Mansyur" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > Which case is worse? > The Syekh Puji's case or > THIS CASE?????? > > > Man jailed for having sex with wheelchair bound mother > November 13, 2008 - 11:04AM > > DARWIN - A man who had sex with his wheelchair bound mother could be > released from prison in two weeks after being sentenced today by a Northern > Territory court. > > The 26-year-old moved from Western Australia in February this year to live > with his mother in Darwin. > > On May 29, they were watching television when he told her: "Why don't women > want me. I can't get no women here." > > The son then pulled his mother's pants down, took a condom out of his > wallet, and had sex with her on the futon she had been lying on. > > The intercourse lasted for 17 minutes after which the son had sex with his > mother again, before she got into her wheelchair and went to her bedroom. > > The woman - who suffers from rheumatoid arthritis and has been dependent on > a wheelchair for the past seven years - told her doctor about the incident > the following day during a regular check-up and the man was arrested. > > He pleaded guilty to two counts of having sex with a person knowing that the > person was his mother. > > In the Northern Territory Supreme Court in Darwin today, Justice Sally > Thomas sentenced the man, who cannot be named, to three years in prison with > a non-parole period of six months. > > When backdated to the time of his arrest, it means he is eligible for parole > before the end of this month. > > Justice Thomas said the mother had felt "betrayed, lost, lonely and very > upset" following the incident. > > But she said the son, who was drunk at the time of the offence, was > "extremely remorseful". > > She said the fact that he had been raised by his father in Western Australia > meant the two did not share "a normal mother-child bond". > > The case is the first of its kind in the Northern Territory. > > AAP >