Canada Rape suspect's DNA found on homeless woman, jury hears

22:42  12 september  2017
22:42  12 september  2017 Source:   Calgary Herald

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DNA from aggravated sexual assault suspect Andy Dick Ntunaguza was found on his alleged victim, a jury heard Tuesday.

Reading from a statement of agreed facts, Crown prosecutor Deven Singhal told jurors Ntunaguza’s semen was found on the private parts of the woman he’s accused of raping.

Singhal read in the statement moments after his opening address to a two-woman, 10-man Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench jury.

In it, the prosecutor outlined the evidence he expects to call in the scheduled two-week trial.

Singhal told jurors the complainant, a woman in her 40s, “has been homeless for most of her life.”

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He also said she suffers both lupus and rheumatism.

In the early morning hours of Dec. 20, 2015, she was in the Bow Parkade in downtown Calgary.

“(She) was the victim of a savage sexual assault … that resulted in her being hospitalized,” Singhal said.

“Both of her eyes (were) swollen shut,” he said.

She also had cuts and scrapes all over her body including “deep abrasions and bruising” to her genitals.

The woman attempted to escape, but was prevented from doing so, the prosecutor told jurors.

“When she called for help she was restrained, held, choked by the neck,” he said.

Singhal said the attack occurred around 3:30 a.m.

Shortly after the incident a security officer found the woman.

“She was naked from the waist down and bleeding from her face,” he said.

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She was taken to Foothills Medical Centre where swabs were taken and sent for analysis.

“The DNA recovered from those swabs matches the accused, Andy Dick Ntunaguza,” Singhal said.

Surveillance video from the 6th Avenue S.W. parkade was seized by police.

“Video … that I say depicts the accused leaving that parkade at approximately the same time (the complainant) was being discovered by security.”

According to the agreed facts she was found there at 3;43 a.m.

“She stated that she had been sexually assaulted and was subsequently transported to the Foothills hospital,” Singhal said, reading from the agreed statement.

Video surveillance from nine cameras from the south stairwell at the Bow Parkade, which will be played for jurors during the trial, shows the area between 3:30 and 3:50 a.m.

Video from a nearby CTrain platform will also be shown during the trial, Singhal said.

At Singhal’s request, Justice Adam Germaine reiterated a publication ban on the identity of the woman.

Ntunaguza, 32, has pleaded not guilty.

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