Sex party gang arrested for injecting men with HIV blood


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Sex party gang arrested for injecting men with HIV blood

Last updated at 17:19pm on 31st May 2007
Dutch authorities have arrested four men in a sex-crime investigation in the northern city of Groningen - with at least two of the men suspected of intentionally infecting others with HIV. Three of the men were suspected of drugging male victims and abusing them during "sex parties," district police chief Ronald Zwarter said at a news conference.
"The suspicion is that, at these parties, they had unsafe sex with people they had drugged, and also that these people were injected with infected blood," Mr Zwarter said.
The four suspects - all of whom have HIV, the virus that causes AIDS - were arrested May 13, he said.
Two of the suspects have confessed to injecting the victims, he said.
"The motive to do this was the 'kick,' and the feeling that unsafe sex is 'pure,"' Mr Zwarter said.
Prosecution spokesman Paul Heidanus said Thursday that the two who confessed would face charges of **** and "premeditated severe assault," which carries a maximum sentence of 16 years in prison.
He said they would not be charged with attempted murder "because of a Supreme Court ruling that found AIDS should no longer be seen as an inevitably fatal disease, but rather a chronic illness," Mr Heidanus said.
The investigation was still ongoing to determine exactly what crimes might have been committed by the third suspect, who Mr Heidanus said was "involved in the sex parties."
The fourth suspect would face drugs charges for allegedly selling "a considerable amount of drugs," including Ecstasy and GHB, an intoxicant that is sometimes known as a "date ****" drug, police said in a statement.
The fourth man was not suspected of involvement in the *****, Mr Heidanus said.
The arrests followed complaints from at least five men who said they had been *****.
"The victims said they had had been made helpless or unconscious and then abused," a police statement said.
"They had ... involuntary and unsafe sex with one or more of the suspects."
All of the victims said they believed they had been infected with HIV as a result.
A judge on May 16 ordered the suspects be held for 90 days.
Police said they did not rule out further arrests, and urged other victims to come forward or to contact a help line to receive HIV testing.

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