Accused Canadian Rapist Argues He’s ‘Too Fat’ To Rape Anyone

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An accused Canadian rapist argues he’s physically incapable of committing the crime he’s been accused of because he’s “too fat” to rape anyone. Ottawa Citizen reports the lawyer’s exact words were, “his stomach is too large, and his p**** is too small.” In fact, the lawyer uses a witness and photographic evidence to support why it is physically impossible for the accused rapist to have committed the crime.

USA Today reports the 44-year-old Canadian, named Jacques Rouschop, is being accused of raping and choking two sex works back in 2013 while in his pickup truck. The first defense in the accused rapist’s case is a registered nurse. She is serving as an expert witness. The registered nurse took measurements of the accused rapist while he was in jail. The nurse testified that when the Canadian’s p**** was fully erect it was roughly 2-inches long.

The measurements the nurse who served as the first witness to the case included the fact that the Canadian man was 5-feet 6-inches tall and weighed roughly 400 pounds when the rapes were alleged to have occurred. The nurse was unable to acquire his exact weight as the scales only go up to 320 pounds. According to the National Post, the accused Canadian rapist also has an umbilical hernia that is roughly the size of a baseball bat.


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In order to strengthen his case with the jurors and make sure they understood just how difficult it would be for this man to be intimate with anyone (and to make sure the jurors knew exactly what the measurements being described looked like), the lawyer of the accused Canadian rapist also included a photographs of the man’s naked body as evidence.

“Due to his weight and his appearance, he will be the first to tell you that he has had a lot of trouble attracting members of the opposite sex, and that getting a woman’s attention, let alone having sex, was not something that happened very often for him.”

The lawyer of the accused Canadian rapist went on to argue that being intimate with a woman with her client’s current physical condition was a difficult – and a possibly impossible task. This is because in addition to the struggle to be intimate with his weight, umbilical hernia, and small p****, the man also had to deal with the struggles of finding someone who was attracted to him in his current physical state. The lawyer confirmed this was not something that happened often to the Canadian man.

His lawyer did acknowledge that the accused Canadian rapist did have visits from sex trade workers, it was unlikely that he committed the crimes he has been accused of. According to the lawyer, one of the sex workers accused the man of raping her from behind. With the measurements the nurse took, this sexual act would have been physically impossible for a man with these measurements to do, let alone do without a willing participant.

The lawyer also told the jury that she and her client firmly believed the detectives were investigating the unsolved killing of a sex trade worker named Amy Paul from 2013 and had targeted this Canadian man as a suspect. “He believes he is the subject of a witch hunt,” she told the jury.

The Ottawa police did link the Canadian man to the homicide of Amy Paul when they searched his home for her shoes, pants, and cell phone. He, however, has never been charged with the crime.

This Canadian man was charged with the raping and choking of two sex trade women less than 24 hours after the Ottawa police announced there was a $50,000 reward for details that would lead to solving the unsolved murder case. Both of the sex trade workers who accused the man of raping them claimed to have not wanted to come forward and only did so after being strongly urged to do so by police. The women also claim that the reward money had nothing to do with the accusation. To date, the reward money has not been claimed.

What do you think after hearing about this story? Do you think the sex trade workers lied? Is it possible the accused Canadian rapist really didn’t rape anyone at all? Is he physically incapable of raping these women? More importantly, what should happen to these women if they did, indeed, lie about being raped by this Canadian man in the first place? Share your thoughts and answers to these questions in the comments below.

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