HORROR: Rapist Tells Nightclub “I’ll Take Care Of Her, I’m A Friend” Before Raping Drunk Girl In Alley [VIDEO]

HORROR: Rapist Tells Nightclub “I’ll Take Care Of Her, I’m A Friend” Before Raping Drunk Girl In Alley [VIDEO]

There is atrocious footage now circulating the news sites of a rapist leaving a nightclub with an inebriated woman against her will. Apparently all he had to do to get by the nightclub bouncers was say two sentences and he was free to assault her:

‘I’ll take care of her, I’m a friend’.

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Rafael Tiso is a Brazilian rickshaw driver who has been sentenced to prison for 13 years for his heinous crime. He was caught on CCTV leaving Dicey’s nightclub in Dublin, Ireland with the victim, going down a side alley way with her. When he had finished raping her, he left her laying in a pool of her own blood and then went back into the night club for at least another hour and a half, as if nothing happened.

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The security cam footage shows Tiso taking his coat and then leading the defenseless victim out of the venue.
The victim had taken an ecstasy pill and was under the influence of alcohol at the time.

He assured the security at the door that he would ‘take care of her’, but then subjected her to a nightmare for 40 minutes which left her with shocking internal damage. She was only rescued after the damage had been done when two drivers spotted her lying in blood between two cars.

Reports have indicated that she is now unable to give birth naturally and wears a colostomy bag. After the horrendous attack, Tiso went back to the nightclub and continued his predatory ways by groping 6 other women until he was finally kicked out by the club’s bouncers.

If there is one good thing to come out of this, it’s that Tiso has reportedly been attacked twice by other inmates on at least two occasions.

The victim’s statement to the court was as heart-wrenching as they come, with her stating that it is a ‘daily fight’ with herself and described it as, ‘like an episode of a horror series. I feel paranoid and sometimes I fear this will affect my mental health and I will lose control of my mind. It’s a daily fight against myself, between going forward or making a martyr of myself. Sometimes I feel like I’m in a nightmare that I am unable to wake up from.’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WBTYioZ1Djc

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