An unconscious woman was filmed being raped by two men who shared pictures on messaging app WhatsApp, a court heard. Jesse Burgoine, 28, and Artjom Nepryahin, 26, are accused of "targeting" the then year-old after meeting her in a club. Prosecutor Simon Ash said the pair saw the victim as an "object to be used for their sexual gratification". He told the jury the victim - who cannot be named - "felt very drunk" as she went to the Coco Tang club in Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham, in December
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A woman who was filmed naked and unconscious by a man she did not know in a London hotel room won a five-year legal battle on Friday after he pleaded guilty under new rules on voyeurism. Emily Hunt woke up next to a man she did not recognise in a hotel room in May and feared she had been drugged but was told by prosecutors that there was no realistic prospect of convicting the man on any form of assault on the evidence. But when Hunt realised a year later that the man had filmed her as she slept, she embarked on a public campaign for justice, and a landmark court ruling on voyeurism this year led to an arrest. Christopher Killick pleaded guilty to voyeurism on Friday and will be sentenced on Sept. Hunt told the Thames Magistrates' Court in east London on Friday she had suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after that day, adding that her recovery "was completely derailed" when she learnt about the video footage a year later.
The material medium is sort of the unconscious of the consciously conceived image, informing even the most refined art with its raw properties, and no medium is more unconsciously significant than clay, for it bespeaks the earth that we unconsciously take for granted, the earth to which we are unconsciously attached, the mothering earth from which we are born and to which we will return when we die, as the Pieta tells us. The earth is female, as the goddess Demeter Ceres reminds us, and, as Swiss anthropologist Johann Jakob Bachofen points out, women founded agriculture, intimately cultivating the earth for the benefit of everyone, while men hunted animals to the death, despoiling nature for their own personal glory. Women cared for the earth, and identified with it, while men attacked and ruined it, in a dubiously heroic assertion of power -- symbolically power over women. With a sort of casual brilliance, she gives the heart-shaped leaves that cover the dress of her female Wildflower , and that grow from its long-stemmed hair, the raw brownness of rough earth, giving them an autumnal presence that suggests they are dying -- dying for love, waiting for the lover who might climb the Rapunzel-like hair.