Mom: My son raped me

2012-06-05 08:09

Cape Town - Villiersdorp police have arrested a 19-year-old teenager who allegedly stabbed his father and then apparently dragged his mother into the bushes and raped her during a drunken rage.

The Daily Voice reported that the 42-year-old woman was asleep on Saturday night when her son kicked in the door to their home, accused his parents of gossiping about him and then assaulted them, finally dragging his mother into the bushes and raping her repeatedly.

She said she wished he was dead after what he had done to her.

“I wish he could just die without me knowing,” the woman told the Daily Voice.

Villiersdorp police confirmed that the teenager was facing charges of assault and rape.

The teenager’s 55-year-old father said their son had threatened them before when he was drunk but said he wouldn’t forgive him for what he had done.

“I don’t want anything to do with him. He is an evil monster without a heart.

“He must never get near me, my son or wife again. I don’t care what happens to him. He is like a dead boy walking.”

  • Gareth - 2012-06-05 08:14

    Sick Sh&%

      sabongam - 2012-06-05 09:03

      Sies!!! Two reasons for this indescribablesick and event...Drugs and our weak justice system because the government lacks the b**ls to enforce harsh sentences...If this animal knew that he would receive a long and harsh sentence for this sick transgression, he wouldn't even have thought of committing it...The rabid DOG deserves to be removed from society.

      TheRealWarrenB - 2012-06-05 09:11

      I don't think it has anything to do with a harsh sentence stopping these animals. They are sick in the head and no amount of punishment will stop them. They need to be removed from society before they commit these hidious crimes.

      Steve - 2012-06-05 10:25

      I put the blame for this total breakdown in society squarely at the feet of this corrupt,useless, ignorant govermrnt of RSA. It is them that has criminalised discipline in the schools and worse the home. A bloody good hiding for coming home drunk would have sorted this type of behavior out but, NO, parents are wrong if they try discipline. They are more likely to end up in jail for assault than the kid for rape.

      eric.vanvuuren - 2012-06-05 11:19

      @sabongam - You an Idiot can't you read. "dragged his mother into the bushes and raped her during a drunken rage." With the emphases on: "drunken rage." No drugs mentioned. Maybe if he grew-up with Acid popping parents he would have more compassion for other living things.

      thurlo.cicero - 2012-06-05 13:33

      @steve. People are individuals - it seems everything becomes the "governments" fault. Other people cant drive properly - its the governments fault. Someone act`s stupid - who do we blame? When children die, people get shot in gang violence, when parents fight, when white people act racist - vice-a-verse, we blame = drum roll.. THE GOVERNMENT. People get a life and be responsible for your own behaviour. How about start by being a parent and/or setting the example first before blaming someone or the government. Full Stop.

      nasheenar - 2012-06-05 13:35

      Calm down eric.vanvuuren. I wouldnt be surprised if drugs were used as well.

      diane.grundlingh - 2012-06-05 15:27

      Disgusting pathetic moron...

      eddie.quequinfouche - 2012-06-05 19:14

      Steve, I have to agree with you. Ever since corporal punishment became a crime, society has taken a step backwards. I see it everyday. Kids don't have an ounce of respect for elders. Plain and simple manners have just gone out the window. When my kids stepped out of line, they got a good hiding (on the backside, and with my hand. No cane or belt etc). My kids are now well balanced young adults and much liked and respected among their peers and friends, and to this day I believe it is as a result of the disipline they were taught from a very early age. They dispise and hate cigarettes, and my son will have 2 or 3 beers at a function or party, and only juice if he knows he has to drive. I just have to add that I hated giving the hidings. I love my children more than anything on this planet.

      thozi - 2012-06-05 20:20

      The act is abnormal, therefore the perpetrator should also be abnormal.

      Shaun - 2012-06-06 05:47

      Eric.vanvuuren...just to fill you in that alchohol is the worst drug of them all sir.

      Merven - 2012-06-06 08:00

      @thurlo.cicero: Other people cant drive properly - its the governments fault. - YES, if the system is not corrupt, you won't be able to buy a license or bribe traffic cops, Government's fault. Someone act`s stupid - YES Government is in charge of educating the people and teach them. When children die, people get shot in gang violence - YES, because thanks to Government the police is completely useless. when white people act racist - vice-a-verse - YES, Government sings songs about killing whites and defends it in court. How about start by being a parent - thanks to Government and their lack to fight AIDS etc there are way too many parentless children there with no parents to teach them moral values.

      eddie.quequinfouche - 2012-06-06 08:47

      @Merven. Very well put. They can argue as much as they like, I still believe leadership starts at the top. Our government leaders are exactly not the person I want my children to be. Argue against that all you want all you ANC (African National Corruption) supporters. Kids without proper guidance, discipline and roll models will in most cases turn out to be like the monster who committed this terrible crime.

      Preshen - 2012-06-07 08:50

      He is a mother F*****

      Martin - 2012-06-07 10:58

      i have done meth, cat, coke, acid, pills etc, and have never raised a hand at someone in anger, nor have any of the people i shared that path with, but a few beers and bar brawls, picking fights and not hearing the word "no" sound like good fun. Booze and benzo's are the only two that detox can kill you, heroine not so much, they just whine like they dying. i dont understand why its legal if im honest, i mean weed, the occasional bloke gets psychosis, and they tend to think different from the norm, but apart from that and chronic bronchitis there is nothing bad compared to the things born of alcohol

  • Gcwabe.KaMavovo - 2012-06-05 08:16

    Work of the devil here. Sounds like there was tik involved too. Really sick.

      Junebugg - 2012-06-05 08:43

      I almost threw up when I read the headlines, I think drugs got everything to do with this...No I have to give it up to the 80's Generation, we are not f**d up like these 90's kids...I dont know what they feeding them...Making sex videos, Skhothane, Matric rates low, raping.

      Schmee - 2012-06-05 08:55

      @Junebugg, when you get to my age you realise that each generation seems worse than the previous one. Eventually you stop shaking your head when you look back into history at how people behaved during the Viking, Roman and Victorian eras (that's just to mention a few). That is when you realise that in every generation you get seriously screwed up people and sometimes it's a whole section of society that's not well in the head.

      Hugh - 2012-06-05 12:42

      Drunk or drugs makes no difference to the average South African. Rape is our motto, our right. With a rape every 26 seconds in our beloved country, this is the way our men roll. Our signature; our creed. At a rough guess, 8 out of 10 people you know are rapists and proud of it. Ask Polleydonkey. He like to defend this type of behavior. Way to go men of SA. (I know this rant may sound like a generalization, but look at the numbers. Rape is not the exception its the rule)

      rbphiri - 2012-06-06 17:53

      @ Gcwabe-KaMavovo this is not the work of the devil, this is merely the work of an immoral, intoxicated, sick bastard that needs to be castrated, raped and removed from our gene pool - his contaminating the water. Since the dawning of time man committed sins, and coushioned the responsibility by blaming it on the devil. This sick man is to blame and no one else.

      Hugh - 2012-06-06 19:59

      Oh Really whats with the PC crap. Raping your mother to Raping your grandmother or 6 month old sister, all quite normal events in the South African demographic. Afrikaaners tend toward shooting their families and Blacks to Incestual rape. Does anyone pay attention or is everyday a surprise?

      Martin - 2012-06-07 11:02

      schmee, the norse only turned to destroying and pillaging due to their lands being stolen and the church imposing by force christianity on otherwise Heathen living by murdering raping women, priests actually took part in that. I stand with them. they gave england a 200 yr losing streak.

  • Hudayfah - 2012-06-05 08:20

    Man eats another mans face, son rapes mother,new born dumped in bushes.Hold on to your seats, things are only going to get worse.

      christelle.james.7 - 2012-06-05 13:47

      A society with no discipline, too much technology and too little love.

      Martin - 2012-06-07 11:05

      It sates itself on the life-blood of fated men, paints red the powers' homes with crimson gore. Black become the sun's beams in the summers that follow, weathers all treacherous. Do you still seek to know? And what? Brothers will fight and kill each other, sisters' children will defile kinship. It is harsh in the world, whoredom rife —an axe age, a sword age —shields are riven— a wind age, a wolf age— before the world goes headlong. No man will have mercy on another. ragnarok, norse mythology, translation from poetic eddas

  • Thabiso - 2012-06-05 08:23

    As South Africans we need to fight this unacceptable behavior. Drugs and alchohol abuse are destroying our youth, I think we need to take a stand in our communities and work hand in hand with the police, law enforcement agencies and institutions that can help these young people lead a life free of substance abuse.

      Clive - 2012-06-05 12:04

      You are so right, Thabiso, and I can't understand that anyone could give this comment the thumbs down. Perhaps it's because the agencies that are supposed to help are often the weak link. There are too many reports of police complicity in drug and illegal alcohol dealing for them all to be baseless. Communities, parents and teachers must come to the fore in the absence of effective government intervention. NGOs already do a lot more than they should have to, and communities must get more involved with these organisations, otherwise such vile occurrences will continue.

      donald.perumal - 2012-06-05 13:10

      @Thabiso Unfortunately the police are the very people behind most of the drug peddling and shebeen rackets.Only the community can put this right,I should know ,there is a suburb in Tongaat where a drug dealer and his son in law have been pushing drugs for more than forty years: you think the police don't about this?Even senior police officials have befriended these individuals and have turned a blind eye while the youth have all but been destroyed. Our only hope is the community and civil society organizations who can turn this madness around!

      Trevor - 2012-06-05 19:09

      Ja guys. I think if you read the story, you will see that the drug that was singled out was alcohol. So maybe thats at the root of it.

      Merven - 2012-06-06 08:05

      Don't agree with you Thabiso, it is rather a lack of good leadership that is destroying the youth. Youths look up to leaders, singers and sport stars for role models. These guys make drugs, alcohol, violence etc look 'cool'.

      Thabiso - 2012-06-06 09:16

      The problem is that young man didn't get alchohol or drugs from those singers, sports stars and leaders. Someone from his community provided the alchohol or the drugs. If we together with the police fight these drug dealers and people who sell alchohol to kids we might be able to win this battle. If we as parents teach our kids the right things and practice what we preach, they won't be easily influenced by what they see from pop stars and sports stars. LETS TAKE BACK OUR COMMUNITIES!!!

      Merven - 2012-06-07 07:38

      True Thabiso is to a certain extend. Parents don't lock their alcohol away, kids don't have to buy alcohol. But if you got good role models you can have access to all the booze in the world and you will still not over indulge because these kids won't see it as 'cool' to be drunk.

      ndabenhle.ngubane - 2012-06-07 09:09

      Are these people disliking your comments sympathysing with the rapist?

  • shane.kreston.joshua.field - 2012-06-05 08:28

    really i agree with you guys... how on earth is it getting this bad? for *&$&^ sake> This along makes me furious ill'd send him beyond hospitals if that had to happen to my mother. seriously .. people are taking chance's' an this rape issue it must come to an end, its getting out of hand. our justice system is way to weak because they out like in 2 months again . whats up with that? send him away for 50 years more like it?!! then he will maybe learn a lesson... its just sick whats happening to the woman.. be safe!

  • Carla - 2012-06-05 08:30

    That poor woman. How do you ever come to terms with something like that???

      Junebugg - 2012-06-05 09:43

      Whoever gave you the thumbs down must be the idiot who committed this crime

  • Mluleki Simelane - 2012-06-05 08:30

    The end of days

      Shaun.xexo - 2012-06-05 08:34

      True story... It is just getting worse and worse....

      Jimmy Motsweni - 2012-06-05 08:40


      jeffrey.jones.357 - 2012-06-05 09:32

      It's not even the end of the week.

      Dee - 2012-06-05 13:46

      Ever heard of Oedipus? Google 'oedipus' for the ancient Greek story on son's rivaly with father and sexual conquest of mother. Unacceptable Deviant behaviour indeed .. but not new, nor the end of the world.

      miss.pandalemming - 2012-06-06 12:24

      @Dee - Absolutely. That was the first thing that came to my mind when I first read this story. It's definitely NOT new - according to Freud, it's an age old problem that every man deals with subconsciously during his psychosexual development. Things like this happen. It's certainly not acceptable, but I highly doubt that it signifies "end of days"...

  • nigel.vanysendyk - 2012-06-05 08:31

    friggin hell, you have to be seriously mad to rape your mother, sick !!

      Charmain - 2012-06-05 10:00

      I see the rapist himself gave you a thumbs-down too. Only he can think it's alright to rape your own mother...

      Merven - 2012-06-06 08:07

      The thumbs down must be from ANCYL members like Tsotsi-Baby, Polio Donkey etc.

  • Kgolane - 2012-06-05 08:33

    “I don’t want anything to do with him. He is an evil monster without a heart. “He must never get near me, my son or wife again. I don’t care what happens to him. He is like a dead boy walking.” -Someone please make the connection here!!!

      yolande.rwaai - 2012-06-05 08:35

      Another son perhaps, probably younger?!

      mlungisi.botha - 2012-06-05 09:07

      Kgolane Do you want this translated into another language? Seems straight forward to me. It's a distraught father who's obviously devastated by having his wife raped by her (and his) son and he's disowning him and wanting him to stay away from the rest of the family (made up of father, mother and another son).

      Vic - 2012-06-05 09:26

      Mlungisi, made perfect sense to me as well.

      dewald.galjaard - 2012-06-05 09:26

      The response from a distraught father/mother is shock. Not disgust. I wouldn't be surprised if this kind of treatment had been going on for some time now. You don't turn into a monster overnight.

      ako.gutshwa.7 - 2012-06-05 18:14

      What connection are you talking about? If you don't understand English there's Zulu or Afrikaans news as well maybe you'll understand

      Sharon - 2012-06-05 19:24

      perhaps a step son

  • lownabester - 2012-06-05 08:33

    Kill him, Please dont spend money on court cases, Save us from this.

      Juan - 2012-06-05 18:29

      Kangaroo court/ community justice

  • Siyabonga Bidla - 2012-06-05 08:35

    hell this is sick!!!!

  • donovan.botha - 2012-06-05 08:35

    this is terrable but what do you expect when go releases criminals what message does that semd our police no matter how hard they work the criminals just get let out etc shame on this gov may god give them wisdome to work on plans to rectify this crap.

  • cliff.slabbert - 2012-06-05 08:35


  • Bzeng - 2012-06-05 08:37

    parents need to go bck to basics of raisin a child. how cn a child rapes hs own child, wers respect morals

      Schmee - 2012-06-05 08:58

      I'm guessing it's your parents fault that you never learnt to spell?

      hsebolelo - 2012-06-05 09:47

      Typin ERROR my S\r\n...Child raping his own child..\r\n...Ninny

  • Ntobane Setabola - 2012-06-05 08:37

    How real is that? Even death's not enough 4 that boy,if only i could I'd build a special hell 4 him n send him there alive...shooo the end od days really...

  • JohncarlosBiza - 2012-06-05 08:39

    The media always blames weed that odd time a high person does something stupid, but when a drunkard acts savagery the articles are never an attak on alcohol regulation

      eyesears.handsfeet - 2012-06-05 11:40

      Abuse of any substance, irrespective, will alsways remain a problem which in many cases cause thing like in the article and worse. Only a few a draw the dots. Unfortunately some only see what they want to see because of their absolute believe in certain substances. One substance will never be "better" than any other substance, period!

  • bradktm - 2012-06-05 08:45

    Who is setting the example for our youngsters?? We certainly can't rely on our Government officials as role models, as I fear the rot starts at the top. We really need someone to take responsibility for this country and start making individuals truly accountable for their actions - from the top down.

      Thabiso - 2012-06-05 08:59

      STOP BLAMING THE GOVERNMENT!!! How about you do something in your community to help the youth. YOU need to be the role model in your community. LETS DO IT OURSELVES.

      Bless Boswell - 2012-06-05 09:18

      Thabiso I agree with you in that adults should be role models, but sometimes kids go bad and overstep the boundaries. It seems this boy is bent on self destruction. His actions have caused his parents to disown him - what he did can never be put right. They will not be able to forgive what he did. To them, he is dead.

      Thabiso - 2012-06-05 09:25

      Bless you are right, I just hope that the mother and the rest of the family will be able to move on from this and carry on with their lives. As for the young man who did this I hope justice will be served and one day he will be rehabilitated.

      Thabiso - 2012-06-05 11:37

      Brad that is wonderful we need more people like you in our communities. Lets be honest, the youth learn more from the people around them in their community compared to the politicians they see on TV or read about in the papers(most teenagers are not even interested in politics). The fact is, it all starts with the parents in their homes and the people who surround them. We cannot ignore the moral decay that is escalating in our government but I believe that if we teach our youth the right things and also practice what we preach they will become leaders of the future and perhaps occupy high profile positions in government and eventually turn around this country to what stalwarts like Madiba had in mind when they sacrificed their lives for this country.

      Merven - 2012-06-07 07:40

      'We really need someone to take responsibility for this country and start making individuals truly accountable for their actions - from the top down.' Sorry to say Brad, but that won't happen as long as the ANC is in charge.

  • zolisa.dlokovu - 2012-06-05 08:49

    This young man is devil himself.deserves to die.In other African countries he will be stoned to death

      Garreth - 2012-06-06 13:56


  • capetowntownshiptours - 2012-06-05 08:56

    This is sad! Alcohol related crime is our biggest problem in our areas. But becos gov is getting a lot of sin tax not much emphasis is directed in fighting this evil that is killing so many of our people everyday! SAD indeed.

  • capetowntownshiptours - 2012-06-05 08:56

    This is sad! Alcohol related crime is our biggest problem in our areas. But becos gov is getting a lot of sin tax not much emphasis is directed in fighting this evil that is killing so many of our people everyday! SAD indeed.

  • thabo.promise - 2012-06-05 08:58


  • nkosikhona.ndlovu.12 - 2012-06-05 09:00

    the world is coming to an end rapping your mum.

      danny.dinoge - 2012-06-05 09:05

      The world is really coming to an end...

      hsebolelo - 2012-06-05 09:28

      Wat he did ws wrong\r\n..D world its nt close to n end\r\n...2 lota daughtas raped him, nothn happend

      Amanda - 2012-06-05 09:58

      yes u right. the devil is taking over the people's life.

  • phosa.peter2 - 2012-06-05 09:04

    Does it really their biologicall son?if so, i m speechless.

      tarisharamcherita.naidoo - 2012-06-05 11:46

      "does"it really their biolgical son??? if you meant to say "was"it then im sure if it wasnt they would have mentioned "step\adopted\borrowed"son .... the article was pretty easy to understand!

  • danny.lepelle - 2012-06-05 09:10

    ..Skhothanes, Poor matric pass rates, gang-raping, new born babies dumped, service delivery protests, e-tolling etc. Courtesy of ANC!

  • danny.lepelle - 2012-06-05 09:11

    ..Skhothanes, Poor matric pass rates, gang-raping, new born babies dumped, service delivery protests, e-tolling etc. Courtesy of ANC!

      Thabiso - 2012-06-05 09:17

      Come on Danny, this young man learned all these bad habits from the community he grew up in not the ANC. I'm not saying that the ANC lead governmnet are saints but it is us parents who are suppose to show the youth the right way in our communities. We parents need to take control of the communities our children grow up in, we need to be role models and lead by example.

      Jacqui - 2012-06-05 12:53

      Thabiso, last week some one told me if they don't buy the expensive clothes their kids demand they get beaten up. Teaching these children a thing or two is far too late. After school activities where children learn to share and achieve have been abolished by the Government. Teaching them morals and self respect is impossible with teachers that don't care to teach in filthy classrooms, and who don't have morals and selfrespect themselves. The role models of these children are the tik heads and the jazzy dressed and televison programmes ful of bad rappers and too large sunglasses. So what chance do they have?.

      Thabiso - 2012-06-06 11:56

      Jacqui, I don't deny the role of the government in the moral decay we are seeing in our communities today, what I'm saying is we as parents and adults in our communities we have a huge role to play in shaping the future of our youth. We need to play a very active role and not point fingers at our government.

      Merven - 2012-06-07 07:42

      'Thabiso, last week some one told me if they don't buy the expensive clothes their kids demand they get beaten up. ' Jip, that is the entitlement mindset that the ANC bred.

  • r.mashigo - 2012-06-05 09:11

    yoh dude. Your own mother???!! How???!! Wtf for??! Hais society neh..

  • dan.nkosi.3 - 2012-06-05 09:11

    This boy deserve to get a 'death penalty'he is monster.

      clivegoss - 2012-06-05 16:52

      No "penalty" shoot him

      Fanie - 2012-06-06 14:27

      AIM LOW

  • thabo.mokoena.92 - 2012-06-05 09:11

    So alcohol is excuse for everything now? Welcome to SA!! I hope he rots in jail this scumbag!

      clivegoss - 2012-06-05 16:53

      No "rotting in jail" shoot him

  • Marco - 2012-06-05 09:11

    @#^*&%#**%*#%$% &%$^*$&* _(*)_*()_*^&*(^ !@#$%^ (*&(*)&()&/?????????????????????????????

      clivegoss - 2012-06-05 16:54

      Translated means "shoot him "

  • Bruce Mabasa - 2012-06-05 09:13


      clivegoss - 2012-06-05 16:54

      NOT WTF just shoot him

  • nhlanhla.petro2 - 2012-06-05 09:22

    He is moron fool

  • UNITY - 2012-06-05 09:23

    The decay of the moral fibre of society. Lack of government intervention in..job creation,control of drugs and liquor,scensorship of what is shown on television.They have failed more than service delivery. They have failed in promoting diversity and culture. Parents also shoulder the responsibility,where government fails. I don't believe we can rehabilitate our population in prison cells. We have failed in them from the onsought.Education is not enough,values are the responsibility of parents.We are in a battle with ourselves as humans, and the failure due to lack of infrastructure and reforms of a country to deliver to its people!!!

      butch.poulter - 2012-06-05 10:10

      Well said.They can say what they like,2yrs in the Army made men and upstanding citizens in society. Now the kids are allowed to swear at their teachers & perants. MORAL DECAY

      Jacqui - 2012-06-05 12:57

      Unity, a friend decided she wasn't going to coach a teenage choir anymore, she was tired of being sworn at all the time. The people who want to help is thus chased away by children who have run amok since they could walk.

      clivegoss - 2012-06-05 16:55

      You are right. We cant rehabilitate. Shoot him

  • Thozama - 2012-06-05 09:30

    sick boy, he must rot in jail!!!!!!!

  • mpho.pink1 - 2012-06-05 09:31

    Its sickening to see what our young people are becomming, to think that these poeple who go on drinking and crime sprees are our future leaders. Something needs to be done quick.

  • danny.lepelle - 2012-06-05 09:33

    ..Skhothanes, Poor matric pass rates, gang-raping, new born babies dumped, service delivery protests, e-tolling etc. Courtesy of ANC!

  • mabs.mabas - 2012-06-05 09:35

    father must just let that boy go and never allwo him back at home

  • tumelo.mabua - 2012-06-05 09:37

    How does rape compensate for gossip true or not? This boys is a mess!

  • mbuso.tholly - 2012-06-05 09:40

    his private parts shld b cuts off,coz he is an animal,go to hell u dog

  • Shiko - 2012-06-05 09:40

    That thing doesn't belong to this planet. He's a monster,devil,satan.....

  • dmaloma - 2012-06-05 09:40

    Sick Bastard!!! Why do such an evil thing? let alone to your own mother? Sies.

  • Sam Iam - 2012-06-05 09:45

    Get used to it. This is SA. Not much is going to change. Maybe a few thousand years of evolution

  • psyborge - 2012-06-05 09:51

    What's this world coming to?

      ronell.germshuys - 2012-06-06 07:14

      Einsturzende Neubauten....Im impressed

  • jc.smit - 2012-06-05 09:53

    That is beyond words! Bring back the death penalty... There is no hope.

  • puse.mabuza - 2012-06-05 09:55

    @the age of 19 he drinks parents did nothing to stop him. Now it elevated to stabbing and rape. Son how do you even think about that, i swear he didnt complete matric, he really lacks education. If you can do that to your mother how much more if its a stranger i leave that to imagination.

  • phila.nombembe - 2012-06-05 09:57

    yho mfana awunasibindi unegila, stubng ur dad nd rape ur mom,i wish u cud burn in hell

  • Jackie - 2012-06-05 10:00

    Wow that is shocking! Evil personified!

  • colin.langley - 2012-06-05 10:01

    I am at a loss for words!

  • Rob - 2012-06-05 10:02

    Many posts blame alcohol, drugs, the parents, the community, or the government. The one thing in common is passing the buck. As an adult it is reasonable to assume that he is capable of making choices and understanding the effects of those choices (if he isn't capable he needs radicle medical treatment). In other words he made choices, and is entirely to blame for what has happened. Passing the blame onto others will only encourage more of the same. Maybe rehabilitation is possible, but that will not undo what has already been done, and does not in any way lessen the need for effective punishment.

  • fanuel.dumisane - 2012-06-05 10:02

    then our government will came and tell us that everyone has rights,to hell with people like can someone rape his own mother mara?

      butch.poulter - 2012-06-05 10:15

      Human rights. The biggest culprit in the decay of society.

  • Thabani - 2012-06-05 10:08

    he must rote in jail, we dont nee poeple like this in our community