Georgia police arrest 3 teens who scalded then raped woman near her kids

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Georgia police arrested three teenagers who allegedly broke into a home and raped a woman near her children.

Francisco Palencia, 17, Josue Ramirez, 19, and a 15-year-old girl who has not been identified were arrested in connection with the horrifying case. The three are facing charges that include kidnapping, rape, cruelty to children, home invasion, aggravated sodomy and aggravated battery.  

Fransco Palencia, 17, and Josue Ramirez, 19, have been arrested in connection to a Georgia woman’s rape near her children last month.The victim told police that two young men broke into her Gwinnett County home on May 12, shocked her with stun guns and forced her into her bedroom, according to Fox 5 Atlanta. The woman tried to fight them off and went to be with her two children, the police report said. One of the intruders dumped two pots of scalding hot water on her.

The victim flailed and two of the attackers pushed her into the bedroom where they stripped off her clothing and raped her. The third suspect, who reportedly hurled the hot water on the woman, rummaged through the home. One of the victim’s children went into the bedroom and witnessed the rape. Her other child was in a car seat near the kitchen.

The victim called police once the teenagers left her home. She was taken to the hospital where she was treated for burns on her neck, left arm and left shoulder.

Palencia and Ramirez, who are being held at the Gwinnett County Jail, are slated for their first court hearing on Thursday. It’s unclear where the 15-year-old is being detained.

12 thoughts on “Georgia police arrest 3 teens who scalded then raped woman near her kids

    1. Why? They have summary hangings in prison? First I’ve heard! Enlighten us!!

  1. Were these some more of those poor “immigrants” coming to America for a better life?

    Should have shot ’em dead on the spot.

  2. OK, so death penalty in this country is a joke. The reason we still have people this kind of crime in this country is because the our punishment is too light. The worst that can happen is you get an injection that, at worst, causes heart attack symptoms. We need a public display that is as theatrical and gruesome as possible. Death by a thousand cuts, where the flesh is removed from the bone while the condemned is awake. Broadcast that and a large portion of this sh@t stops.

    1. Bill of Rights, 8th Article forbids this, Samuel:

      Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

      Hanging in the public square will have the same results; at least for those who are still human. The rest just need to be shot like rabid dogs.

      1. Piece of paper..and it is dead. Long ago the bill of rights were abandoned, before the ink was dry. The only people who obey the “laws, compacts or agreements” are the cattle that are preyed upon by the hordes of psychopaths. I know the BOR are sacred to most people here, but the reality is, those who have the will to employ force will rule. Only force matters in the end. A piece of paper has never won a war, never freed a people and it will never change behavior. The laws were made to control the weak..pure and simple.

      2. Bill of Rights applies to citizens only. Constitutional rights apply to citizens only. These protections are not applicable in this situation. Game over.
        I agree that the punishment should be swift, gruesome and public. Perhaps like I thought Hillary should be dealt with: on pay-per-view, a public hanging, or whipped in a stockade, then dismembered…something memorable.

  3. They’re just rapefugees doing what rapefugees do… Obama told their momas to bring the here for rape and welfare.

    1. Obama should have to accept punishment for them.if not for him.they wouldn’t be here..

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