(RT) A male politician in Norway has opened up about his rape by a Somali man, stating that he felt "guilt and responsibility" for the perpetrator being deported after time in prison. Turning to alcohol and marijuana, the lawmaker "became numb" for years.
Karsten Nordal Hauken, a leftist politician, shared his story in a letter to Swedish broadcaster NRK, as part of a documentary series titled 'I Against Me.'
Hauken speaks of being brutally raped by a Somali man, and recalls riding in an ambulance to a rape reception center at an Oslo hospital. He mentions having samples taken from nurses, speaking to a psychologist, and eventually being collected by his father.
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He goes on to speak about the investigation to identify the perpetrator.