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Majak Daw denies raping student at 2007 celebration, tells court girl was ‘in control’

Updated November 30, 2015 12:45:34

North Melbourne footballer Majak Daw has denied raping a teenage girl when he was a high college student far more than eight years ago.

Daw, 24, is on trial for 3 charges of raping a fellow student at a celebration in March 2007.

He pleaded not guilty on all counts.

Daw, who was 16 at the time, told the jury the 15-year-old girl initiated sexual activity.

“She was very a lot in manage,” he mentioned.

He denied that sexual intercourse took location.

He also denied the girl had been crying and telling him to cease and that he held her down.

“It did not come about,” he mentioned.

The jury was told Majak Daw had heard accusations of rape on the night of the party, which he denied at the time.

Daw told the court the young girl and her pal were fascinated with his Sudanese background and his physical look.

Majak Daw was recruited to the North Melbourne Football Club in 2009.

He was delisted in October and redrafted on Friday.

Subjects: law-crime-and-justice, sexual-offences, crime, courts-and-trials, australian-football-league, melbourne-3000

1st posted November 30, 2015 12:41:59

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Canberra man found not guilty of raping wife

Updated November 27, 2015 17:20:11

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A 26-year-old Canberra man has walked free from the ACT Supreme Court after becoming cleared of raping his wife last year.

Lin Fang was accused of several assaults, also such as biting the woman during an attack.

He was charged with eight offences.

But his lawyer Paul Edmonds told the court the woman had created up the accusation due to the fact she feared if she left her husband she would have to return to China.

Mr Edmonds stated if she was capable to prove domestic violence she would be permitted to remain.

He said she had produced it clear beforehand that she was determined to leave.

“There was a clear motive to make a false accusation of rape,” he said.

“This case has nothing at all to do with rape and is all to do with immigration fraud.”

The trial ran over a week, with the assist of Mandarin translators.

The jury took just two hours to find Mr Fang not guilty of all charges.

Subjects: sexual-offences, law-crime-and-justice, canberra-2600, act

1st posted November 27, 2015 17:18:05

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