Lesbian woman commits suicide after prosecutors dropped case against 2 Syrian refugees who raped herBy William Martin 1:15 PM November 19, 2017
A woman in Sweden, who was raped by her two neighbors from Syria, committed suicide after prosecutors refused to charge the rapists.
30-year-old Angelica Wiktor of Vittaryd shared her story on Facebook before deliberately overdosing on drugs.
Wiktor wrote: “The man who raped me has had a chance here in Sweden. He lives near me and a friend of his was there that night.
“Everything happened in my own home, he rang the doorbell late at night and I thought something happened to my neighbor who is seriously ill with cancer, but no.
“I got dragged into the bedroom, where he held me down and raped me while his buddy stood in the hallway.
“Despite the notification, interrogation, forensic investigation where they found bruises and injuries due to the rape, and evidence in my home, I still got a phone call from the police on my 30th birthday that he walked free due to lack of evidence.
“The other man harasses me since that day, he’s looking for me both via the net through different names and taunts me personally. What are the police doing? Nothing,” Wiktor wrote.
A few days later, Lisa, Wiktor’s mother, said that her daughter swallowed hundreds of pills and died.
Before the rape, Wiktor said that she was happy to see the people from Syria getting a chance in her country.
When Adnan and his friend Samir moved into the apartment next door to Wiktor, she was extremely happy for them.
One night, Adnan and Samir forced themselves into her apartment after noticing that she had taken sleeping pills.
Adnan pushed her into her bedroom and raped her.
Wiktor said that the rape was extremely painful as she never had sex with a man in her life because she is lesbian.
She also had a tampon, which she was unable to remove from her body as a result of the rape.
The following day, Samir raped her.
Lisa took her daughter to the hospital, where doctors confirmed that a sexual assault took place.
Wiktor called the police and filed a complaint against the Syrian refugees.
However, the prosecutors decided to drop the case due to lack of evidence.