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Anna Chambers photos: NYPD narc officers indicted over ‘consensual’ teen rape

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Pictured 18 year old teen, using the name of Anna Chambers on social media alleging she was raped by two undercover NYPD narcotics officers.
Anna Chambers
Pictured 18 year old teen, using the name of Anna Chambers on social media alleging she was raped by two undercover NYPD narcotics officers.

Two NYPD narcotics officers are indicted for rape after allegedly sexually assaulting an 18 year old woman using the name of Anna Chambers on social media. 

Eddie Martins and Richard Hall have been indicted with first degree rape after an 18 year old teenage girl claimed the two NYPD narcotic officers sexually assaulted her after arresting her at Coney Island last month.

In her claim, the teen who tweets under the name of Anna Chambers said one of the men raped her, with both men forcing her to perform oral sex as she lay handcuffed in an unmarked parked van. Records indicate the teen being picked up on September 15 after a search of a vehicle she’d been a passenger in was discovered to have prescription drugs following a traffic stop. 

At the time, Chambers, who had been traveling with two other males was taken aside by the plain clothed officers, ordered to undress so they could ‘search for drugs, before being led in handcuffs where she was sexually assaulted by both men.

Of note, both men didn’t deny sex taking place, arguing that it was in fact consensual. Which is to wonder since when was it ever a working policy to have sex with an individual one arrests? Never mind one in handcuffs?

According to the nypost, following the indictment, both officers were expected to turn themselves this coming week for arraignment.

The motion comes after a grand jury on Thursday voted to indict the narc officers following week long testimony, with the girl having taken the stand and public protests insisting charges against the two officers be made. 

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The indictment follows the two officers along with their supervisor being placed on modified duty and stripped of their badges and guns after the allegations first surfacing. Martins and Hall have since been suspended without pay.

Told Mark Bederow, Martins’ attorney, ‘The dynamic will change when there are court proceedings. The allegations repeatedly and publicly alleged by the plaintiff’s lawyer will need to be supported by credible evidence and withstand scrutiny.’

Of note, the indictment follows attempts by officers last week attempting to discredit their accuser in a letter to prosecutors. 

The letter observed how Chambers filed a $50million claim against the city earlier this month along with having posted ‘provocative’ selfies on her Instagram and Twitter after the alleged attack.

The defense lawyers had urged prosecutors ‘to further investigate Chambers’ dubious claim before you ask the grand jury to return an indictment against Martins and Hall.’

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Reacting to the claims that sex had been consensual, Chambers’ lawyer, Michael David said his client was, ‘shocked that the officers would say it was consensual after everything that was done to her’. 

Reiterated the attorney via the nypost, ‘She just wants everybody to know it’s an absolute lie that this was consensual. She was raped. She was viciously, brutally raped in handcuffs. It’s the truth.’

‘She’s embarrassed. She’s very depressed over this. Her whole life had changed after this experience. She’s afraid of the police, and she really wants justice to be served here.’

Following the alleged rape, Chambers sought help from NYU Langone Hospital, with cops’ DNA found on a rape kit performed on the woman. 

She also spoke to a friend about the alleged sexual assault and reported it to the police. 

Following the indictment, the teen went to her social media account, posting, ‘Justice needs to be served.’

If convicted, the cops would face a minimum of three years and a maximum of 25 years in prison.