Face hidden in sex video, but tattoo on hand nails rapist

Face hidden in sex video

MUMBAI: A tattoo on the hand of a 31-year-old healthcare facility worker has actually guaranteed that he was founded guilty and sentenced to 15 years extensive imprisonment for drugging, raping and shooting his married coworker on the pretext of taking her to another healthcare facility for a job chance in 2015. The accused declared innocence on the grounds that the face of the person was not visible in the video revealing the sexual assault.

“Tattoo mark of ‘SB’ with symbol of heart and arrow is seen on the hand of individual making video. After the occurrence the implicated was instantly referred for medical assessment. At that time the medical officer kept in mind the tattoo mark on left hand of accused,” unique judge Sanjashree J Gharat stated. During the trial the accused tried to hide the tattoo. The accused attempted to emboss a crown in place of the earlier tattoo. The court found the accused guilty for offences associating with rape, unnatural sexual offenses, administering intoxicants with an intention to commit an offence, extortion and under the Information Technology Act.

“The accessibility of video in his (accused) mobile, the schedule of same tattoo mark on the thumb of person making video, his existence with the plaintiff at the time of commission of offense is strong incriminating proof against him … After viewing the video it supports the proof of plaintiff. In the video the plaintiff is seen lying idle, disoriented and implicated is seen devoting an abhorrent act.,” the judge stated.

The victim informed the court that the sexual assault happened on August 5, 2015. She stated that later on the accused had threatened to send out the video of the rape to her partner and relatives and demanded Rs 10,000. The survivor also stated that he consistently called and threatened her. The accused declared that the relationship was consensual and the lady falsely implicated him after her hubby learnt about the affair.

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