Knock-out drugs are used to facilitate the commission of a crime, generally either robbery or sexual assault. Although media reports on the use of knock-out drugs have become more frequent, there are no robust epidemiological data on the incidence of drug-facilitated robbery or sexual assault, presumably because many crimes of these types do not enter into official statistics. The authors describe the modes of action and toxicological means of detection of the substances most frequently used as knock-out drugs on the basis of a selective literature research on the terms "drug-facilitated sexual assaults" DFSA and "drug-facilitated crimes" DFC. The most frequently used drug in cases of sexual assault is still alcohol ca.
Reynhard Sinaga jailed for life for raping dozens of men in Manchester | UK news | The Guardian
BRADENTON -- A man who promised to help a woman get off drugs so she could get her child back repeatedly drugged her, raped her and photographed her nude, according to court documents. The year-old former crack cocaine addict told detectives that Jonathan R. Manley, 56, promised to help her get into a friend's halfway house so she could regain custody of her daughter, but only if she followed his orders. But what she may not have known was that Manley was a convicted sex offender with a violent criminal record. Sheriff's Detective Bill Waldron said Manley served six years in prison in New York for kidnapping and sodomy after he used chloroform to abduct a woman in
Shandra Woworuntu: My life as a sex-trafficking victim
All but four of the 48 victims whose cases came to court were raped. The student was proved to have committed offences, including rapes, which he filmed on two mobile phones. Police have yet to identify at least 70 of his victims. Meanwhile, Priti Patel, the home secretary, urged the independent Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs to examine control on substances like GHB gamma-hydroxybutyric acid , believed to have been used by Sinaga. Sinaga is already serving 88 concurrent life sentences with a minimum of 20 years before he can be considered for parole after his first two trials, which related to 25 victims and were heard between and last year.
Sleeping Beauty is a Australian erotic drama film written and directed by Julia Leigh in her directorial debut. Lucy is required to sleep alongside paying customers and be absolutely submissive to their erotic desires, fulfilling their fantasies by voluntarily entering into physical unconsciousness. The film premiered in May at the Cannes Film Festival as the first Competition entry to be screened.