Don't talk to him about it. If I were raped, then I wouldn't want anyone to know.
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- 31-07-2009 20:23
- 31-07-2009 21:49
Enough of the stupid comments. Constructive ones or Im locking the thread, sorry OP.
- 01-08-2009 12:31
http://www.rapecrisis.org.uk/ for England and Wales. Maybe talking to a professional may help him.
It is extermly distressing whenever a rape occurs to either. If he feels he has the courage to talk to someone in the army then try and see if he can talk to someone higher in rank in the army. But only in his own time. In the mean time just be there for him and try and get him to talk to the above people.
(Original post by Lachlan)
- 03-08-2009 05:42
Well isn't the army probably the one place you could shoot someone and pretend it was an accident? If I was your brother I would wait until I was in a war-zone somewhere and then shoot the *******
(Original post by fire2burn)
- 03-08-2009 10:28
Assuming he knows who they are get a group of people together and kick the **** out of them? A friends sister was raped at a party whilst asleep and when everyone found out the guy who did it got the biggest beating of his life and the police refused to prosecute those who assaulted him.
(Original post by abrp)
- 03-08-2009 13:27
really ? how does that work? now im not saying that the guy didnt get what he deserved just it surprises me to hear that the UK police would take the line of "the guy did a ****** up thing so we arent going to investigate the resulting vigilante action". also, i dont know much about law etc but is it the police who does the prosecuting?