Thursday, June 4, 2009

Man uses Craigslist to rape wife

Posted By on Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 6:17 AM

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A Kannapolis man is in jail after police say he used Craigslist to arrange his wife's rape.

According to CNN, the husband used the web site to find a man to rape his wife. The husband is now in jail. The man who committed the rape has been charged or found.

"During the investigation, investigators interviewed the victim and her husband," the statement said. "Investigators became suspicious when they noticed there was no sign of forced entry to the home. Investigators also developed information that led them to note specific inconsistencies in the initial statement provided by [the man]."

But on Tuesday, police found that the man "had responded to at least two personal ads on in an effort to arrange for someone to come to his home and have sex with his wife using some type of scare tactic."

"Investigators believe [he] arranged this incident without the knowledge or consent of the victim," the police statement said.

The woman was taken to a hospital after the assault, where she underwent a forensic examination and was interviewed, police said. She suffered no serious physical injuries and was released shortly afterward.

Police did not release the identity of the victim. CNN is not naming the victim's husband in an effort to avoid identifying her. The incident remains under investigation, police said.

The man faces charges including first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree sexual offense and one count of attempted first-degree sexual offense, according to the police statement.

This man should be underneath the jail and raped himself while his wife watches. This is beyond sick. People, when you see an ad like this on Craigslist, just keep moving.

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