US & UN Peacekeepers Did Nothing as US Aid Workers were Raped, Beaten, Shot Right Next to Them

From Matt Agorist:

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A shocking report out of the AP on Monday, details a horrific attack that unfolded in Nairobi last month. For four hours, multiple female aid workers were beaten, shot, and savagely raped — all while U.N. peacekeeping troops and the U.S. Embassy sat back and did nothing.

“Either you have sex with me, or we make every man here rape you and then we shoot you in the head,” a soldier said, according to one of the female aid workers. By the end of the hours-long attack, the woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, had been raped by 15 South Sudanese soldiers.

The ones who could have stopped it — did nothing.

According to the report in the AP, on July 11, South Sudanese troops, fresh from winning a battle in the capital, Juba, over opposition forces, went on a nearly four-hour rampage through a residential compound popular with foreigners, in one of the worst targeted attacks on aid workers in South Sudan’s three-year civil war. They shot dead a local journalist while forcing the foreigners to watch, raped several foreign women, singled out Americans, beat and robbed people and carried out mock executions, several witnesses told The Associated Press.

When the troops arrived, the aid workers began calling for help to the U.N. Peacekeepers and the U.S. Embassy. They were literally right next door, less than a mile away. The desperate calls for help continued throughout the attack. However, they fell on deaf ears.

The AP interviewed eight of the survivors from the attack on the Terrain hotel complex who wished to remain anonymous for their safety as their organizations are still operating in South Sudan. The survivors described, in gory detail, how they were repeatedly raped, beaten, and shot.

According to a report by the Terrain’s Owner, at least five women were raped, …

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