The story of , teenagers on the road in the Great Depression is one of the vital sagas of America in the s. We were the poorest family in the area with twelve children. But then, most families in Grays Harbor County, Washington felt the same way. The only jobs available to many people including youth and children were in the crops. Ours was considered borderline country and the two important crops which provided jobs for young people were in peas and strawberries. My friend and I decided to go to the Puyallup Valley to pick berries. He was a little older than I and experienced at "riding the rails. We traveled light - no money, no suitcase.
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More than two dozen train stops passed as the man harassed, groped and eventually raped the woman, the police chief for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority said at a news conference Monday. Police do not believe a single witness on the train dialed They are investigating whether some bystanders filmed the assault. Both the man and woman got on the train at the same stop Wednesday night in North Philadelphia. Officers pulled the man off of the woman at the last stop. They responded within about three minutes of a call from a transportation authority employee, authorities said. Nestel III said at the news conference. Arrest records show Fiston Ngoy, 35, was charged with rape and related offenses. The affidavit of arrest for Ngoy detailed times of the assault, including that during those 40 minutes the woman appears to repeatedly push Ngoy away.
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Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. A homeless man charged with raping a woman on a commuter train outside Philadelphia claimed the encounter was consensual, according to a report Monday. Ngoy insisted the encounter with the woman, who told cops she was drunk and alone at the time, had been consensual. But she said that version of events was false, telling investigators Ngoy ignored her pleas for him to go away. Wednesday attack, the affidavit states.
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