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Gay Gang in Netherlands Lures, Rapes and Infects Fellow Homosexuals With HIV/AIDS

isks up to 16 years in prison. Police and prosecutors said eight more victims have come forward since the case was publicised. Officials said the three seropositive men invited gays contacted on the internet to private homosexual orgies. When the victims turned up, they were allegedly given ecstasy and GHB (which is undetectable when mixed in drinks), leaving them helpless and, in some cases, with no memory of what happened.

The three suspects one of whom is a male nurse were said to have raped the men, and even injected some with a mix of their contaminated blood. The case has unnerved the country. unsettled the Netherlands and caused it to take a hard look at its easygoing views on sex, with some suggesting that frequent homosexual orgies posed a public health risk.

"That homos organise orgies is nothing new, but this is something else. This is unimaginable," said Frank van Dalen, the president of a gay rights group called COC. He stressed that the use of GHB (gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid) known on the street by such nicknames as "easy lay", "gay home boy" and "liquid ecstasy" also posed a danger in heterosexual circles. Henk Krol, the editor of the homosexual magazine Gaykrant, said: "These people were drugged, it's therefore rape, pure and simple. It's shameful, disgusting and terrifying. Those who did this are crazy."

Health officials pointed to a recent rise in HIV infections in Groningen from 14 in 2005 to 25 last year, out of a population of 185,000 as significant. "This doesn't mean that the rise is entirely explained by the orgies but it's probable that part of the rise has been caused by them," Marco Ter Harmsel, of Grongingen's municipal health service, told the Dutch newspaper DRC.


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