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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 29 2006, 09:01:24am
In reply to: Enga Student Ya.. 's message, "PNG student on child rape charge" on Wed, Sep 20 2006, 01:18:10pm

Student held over molestation

AN Engan man is behind bars in Brisbane, Australia, after being charged with three counts relating to an alleged sexual assault on a minor.
The man from Wapenamanda, identified as Raphael Eso, was attending a Father’s Day get together with friends early this month, when he allegedly assaulted the minor, believed to be the 10-year-old daughter of the host.
Eso has entered a plea of not guilty when he appeared in a Brisbane court two weeks ago, and has been remanded in custody.
Eso is a student attending a TAFFE college on an AusAID scholarship in Brisbane.
He has been allowed A$6,000 (K14,021) bail, but is still in custody as he has not been able to raise to the money.
A source who was at the party when the attack occurred, said the host found out what happened when she went to her daughter’s room and found Eso and the girl sitting together in bed.
The girl told the mother what happened, and she reported the matter to police.


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c n p from scape
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Date Posted: Fri, Sep 29 2006, 10:47:02am

Sexual abuse of children is a harsh fact of life in our society and you must get this straight in your brain.It is more common than most people realize. Some surveys say at least 1 out of 5 adult women and 1 out of 10 adult men report having been sexually abused in childhood.

Child sexual abuse is any sexual act with a child performed by an adult or an older child. This might be fondling the child's genitals; getting the child to fondle an adult's genitals; mouth to genital contact; rubbing an adult's genitals on the child; or actually penetrating the child's vagina or anus.

Other forms of abuse can also occur that are not as easy to detect. These include showing an adult's genitals to a child, showing the child pornographic or "dirty" pictures or videotapes, or using the child as a model to make pornographic materials.

Boys and girls are abused in this way most often by adults or older children who are known to them and who can exert power over them. The victim knows the offender in 8 out of 10 reported cases. The offender is often an authority figure whom the child trusts or loves. The offender persuades, bribes, tricks, or coerces the child to engage in sex or sexual acts.

You hope that your son or daughter would tell you or someone else about it. Yet, children who are being abused often have been convinced or threatened by the abuser that they must not tell anyone about it. A child's first statements about abuse may be vague and incomplete. He may just hint about the problem. Some abused children may tell their friends about it, who may then tell an adult. Many children tell about abuse after a personal safety program is held at their school. Sometimes parents may have suspicions about abuse. Parents need to be aware of the following behavioral changes in their child; these may signal sexual abuse:

Noticeable fear of a person or certain places
Unusual or unexpected response from the child when asked if she was touched by someone
Unreasonable fear of a physical exam
Drawings that show sexual acts
Abrupt changes in behavior, such as bedwetting or losing control of his bowels
Sudden awareness of genitals and sexual acts and words
Attempting to get other children to perform sexual acts
Physical signs of abuse may include sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea. During an exam a pediatrician may also notice changes in the anal or genital areas.
If your child does reveal sexual abuse to you, the most important point is to take what your child says seriously. Many children who report sexual abuse are not believed. When a child's plea for help is ignored, he may not risk telling again. As a result, the child could remain a victim of abuse for months or years.

Listen to your child's explanation for disclosing the abuse. Make sure you report the abuse and help your child to understand that the abuse is not his or her fault. Give lots of love, comfort, and reassurance. If you are angry, make sure you let your child know you're not angry with him. Let your child know how brave he was to tell you and that you understand how frightened and scared he feels. This is most important if the child has been abused by a close relative or family friend. Then, tell someone yourself and get help. Talk to your child's pediatrician, a counselor, a police officer, a child protective service worker, or a teacher.

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[> [> [> Subject: This article has never appeared in the Aussie media

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Date Posted: Mon, Oct 09 2006, 07:24:46pm

I am growing ever more suspicious when the rag newspapers of PNG quickly will run anything true or false yet oddly, this article has never been picked up by the Australian newspapers.

Why? Anyone got any info?

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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 10 2006, 03:05:51am

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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 10 2006, 10:59:01am

It is unusual that this has not been reported by the Australian media. One would hope that before the report was printed the accusations as reported where confirmed by the relevant authorities. The newspapers did not state what the specific charges are.

The media in Australia are quick to report about matters about PNG and in particular charges relating to child sex, regardless of nationality.

Around about the same time this case was reported, an Australian politician was charged with specific child sex offences.

Late last year an Australian swimming coach was charged with sexual assault of a child.

It is difficult for anyone to comment on whether the accussed is guilty or not, that is up to the courts to decide based on evidence provided.

The person in question also has pleaded "not guilty" it is his right to defend himself.

The person in question is charged, (as reported) and if his DNA is part of that evidence and found guilty he will receive 8 years jail.



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Maski lo givim nem nogud lo mipla
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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 10 2006, 03:12:53pm

That is beside the point.
That dickhead was caught red handed doing that.
The police and the courts are aware of it.

The issue here is that idiot was abusing priviledges and paiting a bad name for Enga and PNG as a whole.

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Date Posted: Tue, Oct 10 2006, 03:54:53pm

caught doing what exactly? is it "hear say" or what are the charges exactly?

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