OBAMA LET IN THIS CONGO IMMIGRANT REPEAT RAPIST.
The horrific incident lasted for about eight minutes, during
which, no passengers on the train intervened
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: On a SEPTA (Southeastern
Pennsylvania Transportation Authority) train car near
Philadelphia, none of the several passengers aboard called 911
while a woman was sexually assaulted, as per surveillance video.
The only person to call 911 during the attack was an off-duty
SEPTA employee, whose quick thinking allowed Transit Police
officers to arrive three minutes later, interrupt the assault,
and arrest the alleged rapist.
The horrific incident occurred on October 13. Fiston Ngoy, 35,
sat down next to a woman at 10 pm on a train that was traveling
westbound on the Market-Frankford Line toward the 69th Street
Transportation Center. The victim later told officers she had
been drinking and accidentally boarded the wrong train at the
Frankford Transportation Center.
Ngoy reportedly “attempted to touch her a few times.” Andrew
Busch, a spokesman for SEPTA, said the woman pushed back and
tried to stop Ngoy from touching her, adding, “then,
unfortunately, he proceeded to rip her clothes off.” The assault
lasted about eight minutes, during which, no passengers in the
train car intervened.
Security video is said to show her repeatedly pushing him away
as he groped her breasts. “Throughout this time, the victim is
obviously struggling with keeping him off of her,” investigators
wrote in an affidavit.
Ngoy told police that he recognized the woman on the train and
approached her to start a conversation and that their encounter
was consensual. The victim told the police that his account was
completely false. Ngoy was charged with rape, sexual assault,
and aggravated indecent assault without consent, among other
crimes. Authorities said he was homeless and was not armed
during the attack. He was being held at the Delaware County Jail
in lieu of $180,000 bail and did not have a lawyer as of the
afternoon of Sunday, October 17.
“I’m appalled by those who did nothing to help this woman,”
Timothy Bernhardt, the superintendent of the Upper Darby
Township Police Department, said on Sunday. “Anybody that was on
that train has to look in the mirror and ask why they didn’t
intervene or why they didn’t do something.” The surveillance
footage, Bernhardt said, made it clear that passengers had an
opportunity to intervene, he said.
“What this woman endured at the hands of this guy, what she’s
been able to provide for us, it’s been unbelievable,” Bernhardt
said, adding that bystanders on the train who failed to
intervene could be criminally charged if they recorded the
attack. It would be up to the Delaware County district
attorney’s office to make such a decision after the police
finish their investigation and submit their findings.
Bernhardt said it was “disturbing” to know people saw the attack
and did nothing to help. “I have no words for it,” he said. “I
just can’t imagine seeing what you were seeing through your own
eyes.” Transit Police Chief Thomas Nestel said, “We want
everyone to be angry, disgusted, and to join us in being
resolute in keeping our system safe.” Nestel added, “I can tell
you that people were holding their phone up in the direction of
this woman being attacked.”
Ngoy reportedly came to the US legally from Congo in 2012 but
his visa expired when he ceased to be a student in 2015. In 2017
he was sentenced to 120 days in jail and nine months in
probation after pleading guilty to a sex charge in Washington,
DC. He reportedly was put in an immigration detention center in
2018, but the following year his deportation was halted after a
judge ruled his misdemeanor sex offense was not a "serious