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One accused homosexual says it didn’t happen; the other says it did!

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Oct. 27, 2016–It made Amandala headlines this week when two men were accused of attempting to rape another man, an officer of the Belize Coast Guard.

However, none of the accused men have been formally charged in connection with the incident.

According to information from police, statements have been recorded from both accused men. In their statements, one of the accused men flatly denied that the incident even occurred, while the other confirmed that the incident did in fact happen.

The story the accused man who confirmed the incident gave, is that the Coast Guard officer grew enraged and began beating them when he learned that he would not be paid for sex.

According to police, this file has been submitted to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for legal guidance.

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