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TOLEDO, Ohio – People frequently claim that we are losing our humanity, and generally I would disagree, but stories like this one make me throw up my hands in defeat. An unnamed 26 year old woman was walking down the street in broad daylight when she was attacked by 15 year old Anferney Fontenet. Anferney pulled a pair of scissors on the woman and threatened to cut her if she screamed- then proceeded to rape her in public. Cars drove by, beeping their horns, and apparently a few motorists called 911 – but not a single driver nor citizen walking on that street even stopped as the woman was sexually assaulted. Anferney stole the woman’s cell phone as he fled the scene of the crime. Police have said that perhaps people didn’t realize they were witnessing a rape, that perhaps they thought it was consensual- but perhaps at least ONE person could have stopped to make sure! “I’m ticked off because people were doing nothing. Just driving by. What kind of humans are we becoming?”, the victim said to a local newspaper.

What kind of humans indeed- as the victim dragged herself from the ground, she even asked a passing pedestrian to use his cell phone to call for help, who kept on walking. To top this horrific story off, the victim is a resident of an Ohio group home, as she is diagnosed with bipolar disorder and Asperger’s syndrome. The police were able to catch Anferney at his house, were he confessed to and was arrested for rape and robbery. Anferney may be the perpetrator of this crime, but every single person who drove or walked by and did nothing as a woman was raped right in front of them is guilty as well!

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  • viryldeth

    This kind of “blind-eye” behavior by the general public is not only disconcerting, but becoming more common in today's society. I sincerely hope my well-being never rests in the hands of my fellow man.

  • EveryVillainIsLemons

    Why is his face being obscured? It's not as if he he bothered to obscure his face as he (“allegedly”) raped his victim.

    People really disgust/disappoint me.

  • Captain Howdy

    This is fucking horrible, don't get me wrong, but it's not necessarily a “sign o' the times” kind of thing. If you haven't heard of it, look at the case of Kitty Genovese. She was stabbed to death outside of her apartment in NYC in 1964, and several people witnessed it, but no one intervened. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitty_Genovese

    Incidentally, I wonder if the kid was acting out because he was pissed off that his parents named him “Anferney.” I wonder if they saw the movie High School High.

  • sarabei

    I just can't comprehend seeing someone being hurt or abused and doing NOTHING. I agree, they are guilty too!

  • This one hits really close to home for me. I, like the victim here, have Asperger Syndrome. I'm not complaining; I like my life and who I am, but it's very hard to interact with society and sometimes the pain of the isolation is unbearable. To be raped in public view with people walking about must be the ultimate feeling of alienation. I'm grateful I don't know what that feels like. But this woman does now. It's knowledge she never should have had–knowledge that no one should have! This boy (Anferny? I thought that was a name the writers of “High School High”–which is one of my favorite movies–made up) is a psychopath who has no place in a functioning society. Although, from the events of this incident, I'm left to ponder just how functioning society really is. It seems to favor people like him.

    The people who walked by and let this happen should be ashamed. I'm reminded of one of my favorite quotes: “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” (Edmund Burke) I'm sure that many of the people who passed by would be characterized as “good people” by their friends, family and neighbors, but they did nothing and as a result, evil flourished. I hope they're happy. (Not really. That was an attempt at sarcasm. I honestly hope they feel horrible.)

  • Coyote

    As a parent, I have taught my kids to help someone in need or trouble. By not helping they are just as guilty as the one committing the crime. If you can jump in and physically help, that’s great. If you feel by doing so you’re putting yourself at risk, then don’t, but at least call 911 and stay on the scene until help arrives. My father taught me this, and I taught my kids this. Apathy starts at home.

  • boringusername

    There must have been somthing off about how It looked, maybe it didn't look like a rape just two drug addicts getting it on?. Because people will ignore that. However I have found that there is no shortage of people willing to jump in and throw hands if they think it's a “be a hero situation” (and they outnumber and/or are significantly larger than the crook).

  • Wildheart

    I had the exact same thoughts about both Ms. Genovese and the name “Anferney.”

    “My apologies. I have a nephew named Anfernee, and I know how mad he gets when I call him Anthony. Almost as mad as I get when I think about the fact that my sister named him Anfernee.” Tim Meadows (Mean Girls)

  • Wildheart

    Well said Avie!

  • Scavengerofhumansorrow

    maybe he should be publicly raped? lets show people like this what that is like. sort of an object lesson.

  • Endria

    Not to defend him AT ALL – but he is a minor. If he were 18 the news could show his face. However, they are looking into prosecuting him as an adult.

  • GiGi

    This would NEVER happen in my country, What? are you animals in the states??????? Sick Bastard I hope you rot big time. Karma is a BITCH…like one you never met. I wish for your turbulence in jail where you belong you SICK ASSHOLE!!!!!!!.

  • melb1970

    This kid needs to be locked up for life- there is something seriously wrong with him. Seriously wrong. The fact that people just walked by astounds me but I believe I read somewhere this was a bad part of town- guess you know why now. Apparently the locals suck as human beings- the rapist and the witnesses.

  • popeyeray

    Oh I remember being a virgin teen his age, horny as hell, no girl giving me a chance. Been there, done that.

  • Savah

    No it isn't a bad part of town, actually a very nice neighborhood, almost moved there. I was initially upset that no one had stopped, people did honk their horns, some call 911, and some even drove to the neighborhood police precinct. I have to say I would be shocked too and who is to say what the circumstances are of the witnesses. I am more mad at the monster who did it and the person who walked by and didn't stop when she asked to use their cell phone

  • eikinkloster

    I'm Asperger's too, and I'll tell you what: What would *you* do if you saw a guy raping a woman? Use your ninja powers to overpower him? Sorry, but if I didn't have a gun, I wouldn't stop either. I would call the police, like the passerbys did. I think the victim lost the irony of complaining no one reacted, when she, herself, didn't react. Or does she think the scisors were aimed only at her?

  • mcdanel

    I know what I'd do. I'd pull over even if I had to go on the sidewalk, or leave my truck in the street. Then I'd be running at them screaming like a banshee with my mini-bat strapped to my wrist. Honest. I've been tested. It isn't “courage”, but more of a galvanic response that I observe from a state of detachment. Of course, all of my adventures were pre-cell phone. Even with a cellphone, in this situation my first hope would be that he'd stop and run before I got very close. God bless the cellphone and camera combo for capturing crime.

  • TwiztidAngel

    well hello fellow Aspies!…funny how we dont say nething about our diagnosis till 'one of us' has a story written about them…i tend to 'stay undercover' so to speak…wow and that took along time for me to speak figuratively like that without actually picturing myself under a cover…hahaha…im sure u 2 understand that completely!…neway…just wanted to say hey!

  • melb1970

    Sometimes life demands a little more action than picking up the phone- this would be one of those times- no excuses.

  • aspergirl

    Ninja powers my ass. I am an aspie too and he had SCISSORS not a samurai sword. He would be in a vulnerable position by raping her and would not be hard to walk up to him and kick him square in the head. I am also female. You men are such babies….

  • aspergirl

    Exactly. Pay a group of drug addicted junkies to rape him. Get it on tape and post it all over the internet. He'd never live it down.

  • eikinkloster

    I might be wrong, but I could bet you are a couch warrior. Have you ever been to a fight? To say what would be easy, and to know what is actually easy is very very different. On the other hand, men are many many times more likely to both attack and intervene, and every so often men get fragged for intervening.

  • sarabei

    All I can say is that whatever I needed to do, you can bet your ass I would NEVER walk by someone being raped and not help. There were enough people that could have yanked his sorry ass off her and had him subdued. I would have called 911 but I would not have kept going I would have taken something and knocked him in the head; I would have done SOMETHING.

  • aspergirl

    I am 6' and as strong as a man. I am by no means easy to take down. But hell you could throw a rock at him SOMETHING. Doing nothing is just SICK. NO excuse!!!

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  • Anonymous

    And what is your country?

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    well if i see someone getting raped in public, i am goin to give them the suprise of their life, WTF is wrong with Non confrontational assholes? do YOU need to be victimized before you’ll stop and think of helping someone?

    ladies punch the perp in the throat, he can’t breathe, then when hes writhing on the ground Curbstomp to your hearts desire, dont stop, and Pace yourself till theres a bloody pulp left

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    This Planet is Apathetic

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    Drop him off in Rural Alabama, Now thats a Raping..

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    Probably some part of the UK.. oh yes its the Vitims fault it is Wot wot.. Jolly Good carry on

  • AliceinChainsman =]

    if peopel call it normal that folks are having sex outside in broad daylight, and they dont question it, then please go kill yourself now cause your worthless excuses for Living beings