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Women Passengers Were Dragged Out Of Vehicles And Raped In India: Should the local police be punished for trying to convince the women to not press charges?

Women Passengers Were Dragged Out Of Vehicles And Raped In India: Should the local police be punished for trying to convince the women to not press charges?
  • Yes. Police should be enforcing the law not accomplices to criminals.

    It's clearly wrong when a police officer knows a serious crime has been committed to try and deter the victim from pressing charges. It defeats the whole point of policing. Police officers should be on the side of the victim not the criminal. Clearly these police officers deserve some form of punishment.

  • Ur knee caps r hawt :c

    Just here for ze moneyz. C&p'ing what that one said. Police should be enforcers, not accomplices It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be.

  • Ur knee caps r hawt :c

    Just here for ze moneyz. C&p'ing what that one said. Police should be enforcers, not accomplices It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be.

  • Ur knee caps r hawt :c

    Just here for ze moneyz. C&p'ing what that one said. Police should be enforcers, not accomplices It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be.

  • Ur knee caps r hawt

    L0l report them fegs for rape WTF. Er c&p'ing what he said.

    It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be. LOL WE CAN DO SEX NOW

  • Ur knee caps r hawt

    L0l report them fegs for rape WTF. Er c&p'ing what he said.

    It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be. LOL WE CAN DO SEX NOW

  • Oh My Word

    I think that the police should be charged as accomplices. You get pulled out of your vehicle and raped and you're supposed to accept it? The police have taken a vow to help people. As soon as the "suggestion" left their lips, they should have been turned in as rapists as well.

  • Yes, local police should be punished for trying to convince the women to not press charges

    The local police in India should be absolutely punished for trying to convince the women to not press charges against their rapists! The police job is to protect victims, not to side with criminals. Women in India are already experiencing too much discrimination and violence and it seems like they don't have anyone to turn to.

  • Local police should be made to uphold the law, not tradition

    Police in India should be pressured by their government to uphold the law and punish rapists, while supporting victims in pressing charges. While many areas of India may still value their heavily patriarchal society, it should be made clear that any person committing a crime, especially when it causes hard to another person, will be punished.

  • Police should be enforcers, not accomplices

    It is the job of any police officer to enforce the law. If an officer does anything to the effect of obstructing the fair enforcement of a law, the person does not belong in a job of enforcement. In addition, obstruction of justice at least in the United States is a serious crime. I am not sure personally if it is a criminal offense in India, but if it is not, it should be.

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