Agence France-PresseMarch 31, 2014 15:20
Two Tunisian policemen accused of raping a young woman denied the charge Monday, instead accusing her of seeking to have sex with them, provoking an emotional outburst from the alleged victim.
"They denied everything," Radhia Nasraoui, a lawyer of the young woman known by her pseudonym Meriem Ben Mohamed, told AFP.
One of the accused claimed instead that the young woman had tried to perform oral sex, Nasraoui added.
Koutheir Bouallegue, another of the victim's lawyers, confirmed the policemen denied raping her.