When you think of the Black Market, you might think of the illegal sale of weapons, smuggled goods, alcohol, cigarettes or even exotic pets. But in India – particularly in the state of Uttar Pradesh — you can add rape videos to that list.
It has emerged that there is a wide teeming network of shops and individuals who sell rape videos to customers on the sly, under the noses of the police and local authorities. Shopkeepers typically sell these videos to people who come armed with a reference from a trusted source, and they’re tight-lipped about where the videos come from. The transactions are quick and often over the counter, swiftly transmitted to phones or pen drives, and they cost as little as $2 to $3.
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