Sixteen-Year-Old Rapes And Murders A Fourteen-Year-Old Girl, Then Rapes Her Dead Body

A 16-year-old in the UK has been arrested for raping and murdering a 14-year-old girl and then raping her dead body according to a report:

A teenage boy raped and murdered a 14-year-old schoolgirl before having sex with her dead body, a court heard today.

Viktorija Sokolova was found dead in West Park, Wolverhampton in April this year, just yards away from where her family lived.

The youth, 16, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is accused of raping Viktorija, originally from Lithuania, killing her and then having sex with her lifeless body.

He went on trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court today, where he denies the three charges against him.

Viktorija was found by a passer-by on April 13, triggering a murder investigation that shocked the surrounding community.

Devastated by her death her family described her as a ‘little angel’, who made their lives ‘colourful and full of meaning’. Neighbours said she was a ‘beautiful, bubbly’ little girl.

Friends also rallied around to set up the ‘Tori Foundation’ in a bid to raise money to help her family.

A Facebook group profile read: ‘To all Tori’s friends and family, we are trying to set something up where all her family and friends get together and raise money to help her parents with everything and let balloons off and light candles for her.

‘If you show your support, it would be great. RIP Tori, we all love you millions.’

A jury of four men and eight woman were sworn in and prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC will open the case on Wednesday.

He said: ‘There will be DNA evidence in the case, there will also be statements from the victim’s mother and stepfather.’

A Facebook group profile read: ‘To all Tori’s friends and family, we are trying to set something up where all her family and friends get together and raise money to help her parents with everything and let balloons off and light candles for her.

‘If you show your support, it would be great. RIP Tori, we all love you millions.’

A jury of four men and eight woman were sworn in and prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC will open the case on Wednesday.

He said: ‘There will be DNA evidence in the case, there will also be statements from the victim’s mother and stepfather.’ (source, source)

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