[Thoughts on this? We all know what the Denver airport is all about. If you don't know about this airport, GOOGLE IT.
OK, with no offense, so we have a 22 year old Nun (who would apply for a job at a convent?) that got raped in a concourse (how Satanic is that) in one of the most Illuminati-based places on Earth – and NO one was around. The two janitors that were there turned their heads.
I don't know. Too weird for me. Possible sacrifice attempt (she's potentially a virgin)? Guy was in the military – and we all know about mind control in the military.
Am I reaching here or is anyone else thinking the same thing? t]
April 13, 2011
DENVER — A woman who missed a connecting flight at Denver International Airport said she was raped in a deserted concourse by a man she met at an airport bistro while two janitors passed by and did nothing.
Officers arrested Noel Alexander Bertrand, 26, of Portland, Ore., early Tuesday after two airline employees on the tarmac saw the attack through a window and called for help, Denver television stations KMGH and KDVR reported.
Bertrand was being held on suspicion of assault and felony sexual assault with bail set at $10,000.
The 22-year-old woman said she was flying from Oregon to Illinois on Monday to interview at a convent and decided to spend the night at the airport when she struck up a conversation with the man.
The woman said Bertrand followed her after the bistro closed at midnight. He asked to kiss her, and she refused, but he moved in anyway and then threw her to the floor. The woman said the man pulled her pants down and assaulted her for about 10 minutes.
During the attack, two airport janitors passed by and said nothing [notice this was mentioned twice in this article? Guards for the situation?], she said.
Airport spokeswoman Jenny Schiavone told the Denver Post that a security guard called 911 and detained Bertrand until police arrived.
A woman who said she is Bertrand's grandmother answered the phone at his Portland home Tuesday and said he is in Denver. She said her grandson is a former U.S. Marine but declined further comment.
Another airport spokeswoman, Laura Coale, told KMGH that the airport was investigating whether any employees failed to report the attack.
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