Migrant Teens Walk Free In Sweden Ferry Rape Case

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Four teenage migrants walked free from a Swedish court after a judge ruled that the victim was “not drunk enough” for the encounter to be classified as rape. The four migrant teens were accused of raping a young Swedish woman during a “Fun Cruises” student party ferry ride from Sweden to Finland in May of this year that was advertised by the organizers as “a crazy action packed day at sea.” The judge in the case ruled last month that there was little evidence to prove that the sexual encounter between the four young men and the young Swedish woman was not consensual. The four are now walking free from the court after the prosecutor in the case has decided not to appeal the judge’s ruling The Local reports. Prosecutor Kristin Morén made a statement to Swedish press Friday explaining the decision not to appeal the controversial ruling saying: “We have gone through the court verdict very carefully and have decided not to appeal. We don’t think we would be successful in the appeals court.” The ruling of the court was based on evidence gathered multiple hours after the alleged attack took place. the urine and blood samples from the