Some folks like cat-fights. Typically, this is when two women go at it, beating the snot out of each other. Hair pulling, clawing, windmill slapping are all part of the feline fight show. You don’t normally hear of a real cat going after a person to the degree that little Minnos did.

Over in Dyarbakir, Turkey, land of radical Islam, a 20-year old rapist snuck into home. Inside was an 18-year old young woman, identified as H.T. The man had intentions of assaulting the young woman-beating her, making her submit to his sick will, and raping her.

Well, Minnos the cat was having none of that, and came to the defense of his mistress.

I was faced with a villain, a pervert. He could have killed me but my cat saved my life by attacking him. [Minnoş] is my hero,” the young woman told reports.

Minnos clawed and bit his lady’s attacker, and was more than the rapist bargained for it. Minnos sees H.T as his mother, according to her, and “She is worth the world to me and she will always be with us.”

As for the evil rapist, he had his day in court and he received a 7-year prison sentence. His attorney is arguing for a more lenient sentence, because the jerk never actually got to have his way with H.T, hence no crime was committed. H.T. and her attorney are fighting hard to see that this does not happen. Minnos was never brought up in the proceedings.

The action was prevented because of the cat’s attack, but it was evaluated by court as if the suspect voluntarily changed his mind,” said the lawyer.

“The cat was not taken into consideration before reaching a verdict,” she said, explaining how being forced to surrender is very different from giving up voluntarily


As if the rapist stood in her home and decided, of his own free will, that he had made a bad decision and turned to leave. Right.

Being that Turkey is Islamic and Sharia rules supreme, chances are that the rapist will go free. He will walk the streets and rape future victims because that is how Sharia serves up justice.

Source: Mad World News



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