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Sexual assault, harassment ‘are crimes’
    2018-08-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SHENZHEN’S procuratorate recently released three cases of sexual assault, calling on female residents to face such behavior bravely.

The first case happened to a woman surnamed He on the morning of Dec. 29, 2016 in Dapeng New Area. A security guard surnamed Chen deliberately touched He’s breast while she was jogging.

The man was soon caught, and it was discovered that he had previously committed rape. He was sentenced to one and a half years in prison.

Another case, involving a woman known as Chen and her colleague surnamed Meng, occurred after a company dinner party. Meng got drunk and burst into Chen’s dormitory, putting his hands under her quilt.

After Meng showed his good attitude by pleading guilty, Chen signed a document of understanding, which resulted in a lenient punishment for Meng, who was sentenced to eight months in prison with a one-year probation.

The third case was between two lovers identified as Ah Hui and Chen who were acquainted via Momo, a social networking app. The couple broke up this March, but on May 12, after failing to gain Ah Hui’s forgiveness, Chen raped her.

On May 26, Shenzhen’s procuratorate approved Chen’s arrest on the suspicion of rape.

Anyone who is faced with a similar experience has the right to seek out justice under the law, prosecutors said. (Zeng Zhiwei)

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