Feb 6, 2015

Sunitha Krishnan 'Shame the rapist' campaign,

sunitha krishnan @sunita_krishnan 
 If goons think they can intimidate me this way...take a long walk boss,I will report come what may,I will track,I will shame and will report

NGO activist Sunitha Krishnan launches 'Shame the rapist' campaign, faces backlash

The car of NGO activist Sunitha Krishnan was damaged on Friday morning soon after she launched the 'Shame the rapist campaign'.

Sunitha Krishnan, who runs an NGO in Hyderabad, found two separate videos of 5 men gang raping a woman and smiling for the camera during the act, after they were shared on WhatsApp. She then posted the video of the incident on YouTube, Facebook and on Twitter after editing it so that the victim's identity was protected. The video of the gang rape is believed to be at least six months old. She said a friend alerted her to the videos after receiving them on WhatsApp.

"Ten seconds into the video, I was overcome. I had to stop as I needed to throw up," she said. After seeing the videos, she said she was determined to track down and get the rapists arrested.

This morning, soon after speaking to NDTV, her car was stoned.

Posting an appeal to all via Facebook, Sunitha wrote, "Some sick pathetic human beings are sending videos of rape on 'whatsapp'. If any of you are getting such videos please report...we will use the same tool to shame and punish the rapist."

"... I have taken the liberty of protecting the identity of the victim. They are prowling around and are a threat to any woman or child. Please help us trace them. We need to nationally shame them and then ..." she adds.