Alleged Rapist Says His Penis Is Too Small To Rape Anyone

Jacques “Porkchop” Rouschop of Canada is currently on trial for allegedly sexually assaulting and choking two sex workers in the back of his pick-up truck in 2013.

On Thursday, his lawyer, Natasha Calvinho, tried a new argument for the jury as Rouschop pleads not guilty: His physical measurements would have prevented him from committing these crimes.

Specifically, Calvinho argued that Rouschop’s hernia “makes it too painful to have sex from behind, his stomach is too large, and his penis is way, way too small,” according to crime reporter Gary Dimmock of the National Post.

The lawyer for the 44-year-old alleged choker-rapist also called a registered nurse to the stand to testify that she had measured Rouschop and that he stands at five feet six inches, with a 66-inch waist, 31-inch thighs, and a one-inch penis (two inches when erect).

Jury members were also given naked photographs of Rouschop during the trial. The Ottawa Citizen reports that according to one of Rouschop’s alleged victims, Rouschop had paid her for oral sex, and when she refused to do more, he flipped her over and choked her — repeatedly asking “Who’s in charge now?” — until she passed out.

Rouschop’s other alleged victim testifies that when she refused to do more than oral sex, Rouschop choked her and raped her from behind, leading her to lose consciousness.

In her arguments, Calvinho is also highlighting the fact that Rouschop, a registered sex offender since 2005, was a prime suspect in the unsolved 2013 murder of sex worker Amy Paul. While he was never charged, “He believes he is the subject of a witch hunt,” Calvinho told the jury.

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I Did Not Ask Anyone To Go & Die- El-Rufai

Kaduna State Governor Malam Nasir El-Rufai yesterday said he was misrepresented on comments he made during the interactive segment at a Town Hall meeting with stakeholders on Saturday.

El-Rufai said in a statement through his media assistant, Samuel Aruwan, that he did not ask anyone to die over appointments, adding that he was only being emphatic about the need for frank talk when he said those not comfortable with the truth could climb the Kufena Hills  and jump.

The governor added that what he said at the meeting was: “All of us in the Kaduna State government have sworn with the Quran; Christians with the Holy Bible, to do justice and we will do justice. We better stand and tell ourselves the truth. Everyone knows the truth. No matter the noise, the truth is constant. And as I stand here, no matter who you are, I will face you and tell you the truth. If you don’t want to hear the truth, you can climb Kufena Hills and jump.”

He said the word “die” was a fabrication dressed as a direct quote due to the fact that his comments were translated from Hausa.

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APC Has Not Endorsed Anyone For Bayelsa Guber Polls- Aspirant

A female gubernatorial aspirant, Mrs Tonye Apraela, said on Monday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has not anointed any person for the Bayelsa governorship election.

Apraela said this while addressing newsmen after submitting her nomination and expression of interest forms at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja.

She said: “Nobody has endorsed anybody. It is his followers that endorsed him. I had wanted to make that correction but thank God I have the privilege now.

“The APC has not endorsed anybody, so, nobody should be afraid in Bayelsa State, we are all going out for the primary.’’

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Buhari Has No Plan To Persecute Anyone- APC

The All Progressives Congress on Monday said the President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, will not persecute anyone. The party urged outgoing public officials to clear their conscience.

The party in a statement issued in Abuja by its National Publicity Secretary,  Lai Mohammed, said “those that had played poker with the nation’s destiny must be willing and eager to clear their conscience before man and God.”

”That the President-elect is a man of integrity is not an issue for debate, and he has made it clear that he will not be bogged down by endless probes.

”However, the hands of the incoming government will not be tied by those who have chosen to play the victim and exhibit a persecution mentality. Whoever has any reason to be afraid must lay bare such reason before Nigerians,” the party said.

The APC said under the climate of change that Nigerians had ushered in with their votes, only the guilty needs to be afraid, adding that those with a guilty conscience, on account of their actions in the public sphere, must clear such so they can be at peace with themselves.

”The last time we checked, this does not fit the definition of persecution,” it added.

The party wondered why  President Goodluck Jonathan chose a public forum to express his fears when he could have done so privately during his meetings with the President-elect.

”Since the presidential election was won and lost, the President and the President-elect have met privately a number of times. Why didn’t President Jonathan express his apprehensions during these meetings?

”Even if the two have not met, the President could have reached out to the President-elect over any fears that he may be nursing, instead of engaging in an action that seems like he was being preemptive and seeking to curry public sympathy,” the party stated.