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Bronx 'Rope and Rape' Suspect Arrested: Kassan Parks Case Details and Public Reaction

Bronx 'Rope and Rape' Suspect Arrested: Kassan Parks Case Details and Public Reaction

Bronx 'Rope and Rape' Suspect Apprehended

Arrest of Kassan Parks

A man implicated in a shocking rape case in the Bronx, captured on camera, has been taken into custody. Kassan Parks, 39, was arrested on Saturday, accused of approaching a 45-year-old woman from behind at 3 a.m. on May 1, using a belt to ensnare her, dragging her unconscious form between two vehicles, and sexually assaulting her, as reported by the NY Post.

Details of the Assault

The NYPD has stated that Parks forced the victim to the ground, leading to her losing consciousness. "The male then dragged the victim between two cars and sexually assaulted her," before escaping from the location. Parks is now facing charges of first-degree rape, assault, strangulation, sex abuse, public lewdness, and harassment.

Parks' Criminal History and Public Reaction

It has been revealed that Parks has a history of five previous arrests. A video from the Bronx has surfaced showing locals apprehending Parks. The question of what his punishment should be is now being debated.

Victim's Condition and Crime Statistics

The Post reported on Thursday that the victim had ceased cooperating with the NYPD's Special Victims Unit. She was taken to a NYC hospital and is currently in a stable condition. As of May 5, a total of 511 rapes have been reported across New York City, a figure that aligns with the statistics from the same period in 2023.

Public Doubts About Prosecution

Unfortunately, there are concerns about whether Parks will be prosecuted, given the location of the crime. Some have questioned the purpose of hunting for him when the NY "no crime" DA could potentially release him the next day.

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