Polish media reveals Polish woman murdered on Greek island of Kos was gang raped by migrant suspects

Poland’s PM is demanding one suspect be extradited to Poland

editor: Remix News
author: Grzegorz Adamczyk
Source: FB/Stowarzyszenie Zaginieni

Polish media outlets have revealed that the 27-year-old Polish woman Anastazja Rubińska who was found dismembered inside a plastic bag on the Greek island of Kos was gang raped by migrant suspects before being murdered.

Rubinska, who was working in a hotel restaurant, was reported missing on June 12. Her partner informed the local police about her disappearance. 

On June 18, Greek media reported that the young woman had been found dead. Her body was naked, placed in a sack and covered up with branches. The remains were found close to the home of a 32-year-old man from Bangladesh who had been arrested on suspicion of having kidnapped the woman the day before.  

The DNA of the dead woman was found in the suspect’s home. According to Greek media, the man contradicted himself during police questioning. He first alleged that the woman had consented to sex with him, but later said that no contact had taken place. CCTV camera footage confirmed that the woman had been at the house of the suspect. 

TVP Info has reported that the man had scratches on his face and hands, suggesting that the young woman had tried to resist her abductor.

It has also been reported that the woman was the victim of a gang rape in which other migrants participated. It is additionally alleged that the woman had her drink spiked. The police are investigating the role played by a 32-year-old Pakistani who had helped to shelter the suspect. 

The Polish justice ministry has initiated an investigation of its own. Polish prosecutors will demand access to all the evidence. On the afternoon of June 19, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that Poland will demand that the man currently in custody be handed over to the Polish authorities to face trial in Poland. 

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