2014-01-24 00:17:11 Source: Sydney Original Website Marieedit

Sydney, January 1, Australian Eastern Time Last year, a 24-year-old boy broke into the home of a young woman in Perth, threatened her with a knife, and then raped her in her home. Today, in Perth Children's Court, he was sentenced to seven years in prison.

One early morning in late September last year, the teenager broke into the woman's home in the southern suburbs of Perth with a knife. At that time, the teenager broke into the woman's home through a window, entered her bedroom, holding a 9 cm kitchen knife, threatened her not to bark, and then raped her. The woman snatched the kitchen knife, and then the boy snatched the knife back. She tried to escape from the house, but the boy with a knife ran after her. Thinking that there would be many people outside the house, he fled the scene, but left a lot of belongings.

The teenager, who could not publish his name because of his age, pleaded guilty to two counts of forcible sexual intercourse without consent, one count of forcibly entering a room, and one count of giving false testimony. Judge Reynolds called the teenager's behavior shocking and scary. He also said that if the teenager does not go to jail, the public's anger will be hard to extinguish.

The court also learned that the woman is now often in panic and often has nightmares. The rape incident has cast an indelible shadow on her. The victim’s statement read: "I believe I will die alone."

The woman was cut with a kitchen knife during the fight with the teenager. Judge Reynolds found that the scar on her hand was still there, and this scar was bound to remind her of what happened.

Allegedly, the teenager did not show the slightest remorse in court, and he even lied and fabricated a bunch of stories when facing police inquiries before. But in the end these lies were all exposed.

(Married)