The British police officer, 26, who enriched the drink of a Tinder date and her & # 39; violent & # 39; had raped in Antigua, stands for life in prison after being extradited back to the Caribbean island in a legal first phase
- Lee Martin-Cramp is confronted with life in prison for the & # 39; violent & # 39; raping an American student
- The British police officer, 26, enriched a woman's drink and raped her violently
- The lawsuit heard that he met her during a family holiday in Antigua in May 2015
- He is the first British citizen extradited to Antigua to face criminal prosecution
Lee Martin-Cramp, 26, is confronted with life in prison after he wasted an American student's drink and her & # 39; violent & # 39; has raped while she was on the Caribbean island of Antigua
A British police officer faces life in prison after taking a student's drink and her & # 39; violent & # 39; has raped on the Caribbean island of Antigua.
Lee Martin-Cramp met the American on dating app Tinder and went back to her apartment where he put something in her wine that made her faint.
The student, a devout Christian who was a virgin, remembered that she & # 39; no & # 39; had shouted, but her memory was so empty that she had to ask Martin-Cramp if they had sex.
Martin-Cramp (26) told her that she had to & # 39; pretend it had never happened & # 39; and shamelessly asked her again for sex – before she left Antigua and blocked her on the online WhatsApp messaging site.
In a legal scoop, Martin-Cramp was extradited to Antigua, where a Supreme Court jury took only three hours to convict him. During the trial, Martin-Cramp heard the student on vacation in May 2015 to attend a wedding with a family.
The two switched to WhatsApp messaging service, where they told him before their date: & # 39; Don't come expecting to have sex. I don't do things like that with people I just met. & # 39;
Martin-Cramp told her: & # 39; Don't worry, I'm not a creep. & # 39; After drinking at a bar, they returned to her apartment where they opened a bottle of wine and chatted on her balcony.
They decided to watch a movie and the student went inside to change and left her glass of wine with Martin-Cramp. By the time she returned, he had brought it in and closed the blinds.
The student said: & # 39; When I started Netflix, I took a sip of my drink and it tasted different. I told him, "this tastes different".
& # 39; He told me that he had taken vodka from my freezer and poured some of it into the wine and it was something they did in the UK.
& # 39; I said OK and took two more sips. I just didn't want it anymore because it tasted different. After about ten minutes I started to feel off, to feel dizzy, not myself. & # 39;
In a legal scoop, the British police officer, 26, was extradited to Antigua, where a Supreme Court jury took only three hours to convict him. During the trial, Martin-Cramp heard the student on vacation in May 2015 to attend a wedding with a family
The student sobbed when she said: & # 39; Then I only flash the rest of the night. I remember he was over me. I remember saying no, stopping, being in pain. I remember that my head fell to the floor. & # 39;
At 7 o'clock the next day she woke up and she and Martin-Cramp were naked in her bed. She was bleeding, had two bruises on each side of her neck and could barely walk. When asked about how rated the pain she experienced at ten, the student said: & # 39; I would not fit on that scale. & # 39;
She said she was happy with Martin-Crimp and kept telling him in the hope that she could sneak up on him and admitted what he was doing, but they never saw each other again. In messages on WhatsApp, the student Martin-Cramp asked if he remembered if they had sex because her memory was empty.
He initially claimed that he was & # 39; 98 percent sure & # 39; but she said that & # 39; absolutely & # 39; The student wrote: & # 39; I wish I knew, because if this is all true, you have taken my V-card (virginity). & # 39; Martin-Cramp wrote: & # 39; I can't give it back haha. & # 39;
Martin Cramp & # 39; s extradition to the Caribbean island is the first time a British citizen has been extradited to Antigua to undergo criminal prosecution. It is not clear where he will serve his sentence, but his lawyers are expected to request him in the UK (Antigua stock image)
The student said: & # 39; I just can't believe this. & # 39; Martin-Cramp said to her: & # 39; Pretend it never happened. & # 39;
The court heard that Martin-Cramp forwarded her photos & # 39; s of herself in a uniform, which & # 39; a sense of confidence & # 39; created between them. She said: & # 39; If it was someone I would trust, it would be someone with that power and authority. & # 39;
Martin-Cramp, who joined the Metropolitan Police in 2014 and was posted on Wimbledon in southeast London, denied one count of rape. He will be sentenced at a later date.
His extradition, approved by Interior Minister Sajid Javid, was the first time a British citizen was extradited to Antigua to face criminal prosecution. It is not clear where he will serve his verdict, but his lawyers are expected to ask him to do so in the UK.
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