A young Indian woman stepped into a bus with her fiance. 6 men were already in it. Waiting. They beat them up. And tore off her clothes, they pinned her down and raped her repeatedly until they couldn't get it hard anymore, so they used a steel rod from a construction site and shoved it in and out of her genitals, tearing her insides out.
The men stripped the couple naked and flung them out of the bus to add shame to their agony. 12 days later, the young Indian woman died "peacefully" in a hospital, not in india but in Singapore's Mount Elizabeth which specializes in organ transplants. Not enough organs could be found to replace what the men had savaged with an iron rod.
She was engaged to be married, but an Indian woman in that situation or any situation for that matter, gets her honeymoon before the wedding from complete strangers and a funeral shortly thereafter, because another Indian girl who was raped by 3 men took her own life when Indian police forced her to accept a money settlement or marry one of her rapists.
Quite rightly, the crusade against violence to women has not picked up the case, because this goes way beyond domestic violence or battered women syndrome. This is a crime against humanity which should be punished by anyone with the means or any country with the reach to grab a hold of such men and put them out of their sick sense of happiness. There are situations in which it is indecent to let the law take its course.
Good night and good luck.