Nine asylum seekers from the same family have gone on trial in the Austrian capital Vienna accused of the New Year’s Eve 2015 gang rape of a 28-year-old German teacher.
Prosecutors charged the Iraqi men with ‘abuse of a defenceless person and rape in a very humiliating and agonising way for the victim.’
Mail Online reports that the rapists, aged between 22 and 45, all arrived in Austria between May and December 2015.
At the opening of the trial on Tuesday the court heard how the woman, identified only as Sabine K., was ‘blind drunk’ when she went with the men to an apartment.
Doctors stated that the victim was raped several times.
She had reportedly shouted in German: ‘No, I don’t want this.’ Then in English: ‘Listen to me, just a little bit.’
After calling the police, a tracking app on the victim’s phone reportedly led officers to the scene.
Although, most of the men deny the charges but DNA from six of them was found in or on her body.
The trial continues today.
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