On that evening a young girl of 18 gets off the RER [train] at Évry station. At the exit, she makes a call on her mobile phone. Four individuals throw themselves on her and take her to a neighbouring park. They rob her of everything she has, then undress her and rape her in turns. An indescribable rape of savage cruelty. The four torture her for four hours before abandoning her, wounded to the point of bleeding. A motorist takes care of her, calls the emergency services. She has the energy to give testimony, filing a complaint. She has been told to take three months off work. There she is, traumatised for life.
Thanks to her detailed descriptions and CCTV images, the Évry police arrest the four suspects in less than 24 hours and get them with their DNA. They go on to question them from Monday 31 in the afternoon. The four thugs are minors: two of 13, one of 15, the fourth 17. Three Turkish brothers, one Moroccan. Specific indicators: the eldest, 17, was freed six months before after having served two-thirds of a two-year prison sentence for a rape committed against the son of a non-commissioned officer in the gendarmerie. Freed without monitoring. Now a recidivist. Two of the others have already been arrested for theft with violence. Four attackers, three recidivists - minors!
During the questioning, and based on what it has been possible to learn about the investigation, the minors didn't express the slightest remorse. On the contrary, they expressed their hatred: yes, they wouldn't have touched her if she had been a Turk; yes, they attacked her because she was French and "the French are all sons of whores". The judge who ordered them to be incarcerated interviewed them under caution for collective rape and barbarism but also, more rare, for racism.Source: Valeurs Actuelles