A reported rape in a Norwegian hotel last night may have a motive!
Posted by African Press International on November 25, 2006
A 32 year old man is a suspect in rape case that is reported to have taken place friday night in Radisson SAS Caledonien hotell, Kristiansand, a town in southern Norway.
The woman supposedly raped is 21 years old. She reported the case to the police friday 02.00 am.
When she went to the police, she informed them the man who supposedly raped her was still in the hotel room.
The head of operations Bjarne Bakken at Agder police district told the media that the police rushed to the scene and arrested the man.
It is reported that the man accepts they had sex but refuses that it was rape. He has told the police that it was consentual sex between them.
We question the motive in this case!
If the 21 year old woman was raped, could the man still remain in the hotel room until the police went there to arrest him?
If the woman was raped in the hotel room, did she shout for help from the hotel personnel?
In what state did she leave the room and the hotel? Did they fight? And if so, could the man feel safe to remain in the room when the woman left?
Because if the rape took place and there was a fight between the two, the man could not be comfortable to remain in the room.
Or was there a promise to the woman that the man did not fulfill, a promise that may have caused her to get angry, changing her mind, then causing the consentual sex to become rape and to revenge, report it to the police on her way home.
There are many questions that can be asked in a case like this. Why did the woman go up to the man’s hotel room so late at night if they had no deal between them, a deal which might have gone wrong?
By Korir, African Press in Norway, APN.