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Florida Atrocity: Girls Beat Teen, Held Her Down as She Was Raped on Video

Posted on | January 11, 2014 | 63 Comments

Left to right: Erica Avery, 16; Jayvon Woolfork, 19; Patricia Montes, 15.

Having recently dubbed Florida the “Crazy State,” I’m seldom surprised by reports of criminal degeneracy and perverse madness there, but the raw savagery in this case is astonishing:

A 16-year-old girl was allegedly beaten by other girls before being held down to be raped in a horrifying attack that was filmed on a cellphone, it was revealed today.
Patricia Montes, 15, and 16-year-old Erica Avery are accused of punching, kicking and pepper-spraying the girl before holding her down to be raped by Jayvon Woolfork, 19, police said.
The barbaric attack was filmed on a cell phone by Lanel Singleton, 18, and shows the girl writhing half naked and weeping in the yard of a home in Hollywood, Florida while her attackers leer over her.
Along with 17-year-old Dwight Henry, the alleged rape gang have all been charged in the attack on November 1 last year.
The sickening clips, shown by CBS Miami for the first time today, shows the girls viciously beating the girl while the men watch. . . .
Inside the home, the alleged attackers dragged the victim into a room and pinned her down while Woolfork assaulted her.
The victim is later allowed to leave but not before one of her female attackers spits on her. She managed to flag down a car and make it to her home where she fell unconscious and was taken to hospital. She spent several days in hospital with broken bones in her face, swelling and being unable to see.
The victim told police that she was attacked after smoking marijuana and drinking beer with people she believed to be her friends, including one girl who had been her best friend since kindergarten.
Patricia Montes, 15, and Erica Avery, 16, are charged with two counts each of felony armed sexual assault and kidnapping. Both have been charged as adults.
Henry, 17, of Hollywood; Lanel Singleton, 18, of North Miami; and Woolfork, 19, all face charges of capital felony sexual assault and kidnapping.

These creepy kids make Kaitlyn Hunt seem nice by comparison.

 

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  • ndmike12

    She was aware enough that they had to beat and restrain her to keep her from escaping. It’s not like she could have fought them all off under any circumstances.

  • ndmike12

    Sure, but it isn’t like she was incapacitated. Do you think she could have fought them all off if only she had been completely sober? Me neither.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Still not the point of the comment. Both of you guys are making assumptions that are not warranted here.

    No one claimed anything like what you guys are claiming.

    Are you really trying hard to dismiss the notion that Situational Awareness is important? Because that’s what it’s starting to seem like.

  • ndmike12

    Kidnapping is an aggravating factor that makes a homicide death-eligible, but kidnapping without a homicide cannot be punished with death.

    The Supreme Court held death for non-homicide crimes unconstitutional in a case involving a Louisiana law punishing child rape with death. The name of the case escapes me, but I’m sure of this.

  • ndmike12

    I’m not disputing the importance of keeping one’s wits, but that isn’t the moral of this story. In this particular case, brute force was required to subdue the victim.

    Pointing out the importance of keeping one’s awareness in this discussion is like pointing out that you should eat your vegetables. Good advice, but it wouldn’t have made a difference in this case, and it’s this case we are discussing.

  • ndmike12

    Terrible though they are, they don’t meet the code. :)

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    I was told there would be no math, etc.

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    It damn sure would have made a difference if she had been able to notice her “lifelong friend” was not who she thought she was.

    People do tend to give off signals. Even people trying to be deceptive.

    So hell yes, it’s part of this case that ought to be discussed. Especially by every parent of a teenage daughter.

  • Joseph Shmeau

    Yep.Just look up Erica MiChelle Avery on Facebook and check her photos.

    https://www.facebook.com/erica.michelleavery.940/photos

  • CitizenEgg

    Every aspect of this crime is horrifying and I feel badly for the girl that she was betrayed by her friends in such a callous and obscene manner. I expect there will be more coming out about how they came to the decision to brutalize their ‘friend’ and participate in raping her. The camera man with the cellphone (because EVERYthing needs to recorded these days) has provided gruesome evidence indeed. I hope it’s enough to put the whole lot of them away for a good long stretch. That he is claiming ‘bystander’ status makes my blood boil. When you see something wrong happening, you stand up, speak up and put an end to it. You don’t record it for sh!ts & giggles.

  • http://thepagantemple.com/ ThePaganTemple

    Now here is definitely a case where abortion, if necessary, is damned sure appropriate.

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