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Roast Busters in West Auckland

November 07, 2013 at 9:21 AM

The local community is aghast at news media revelations of this teenage group of  its young men continuiing a rape culture or culture of sexual assault that typically victimises women.

The real shock is that the group, that calls itself Roast Busters, used social media and internet facilities to publicise its victimisation of young and underage girls in a manner that humiliates and deeply scars these girls for life, while the boys definatly brag about their behaviour.

How long has this gone on? Could we the community had responded sooner to protect our young people?



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