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Nominative Determinism With Rape Artist Kok Foo Lim

by | 19th, October 2009

kok-foo-limIN today’s look at nominative determinism – the science of taking after your name – Anorak spots Kok Foo Lim, who posed as a taxi driver with the intend of luring drunk men into his car and then sexually assaulting them.

The District Court in Perth, Australia, finds Kok Fool Lim guilty of 15 counts of sexual penetration without consent, 11 counts of indecent assault and one count of unlawful wounding.

It’s all very grim:

Many of the victims were unaware of the crimes committed against them until contacted by police and shown photos or videos of the offences.

Lim’s lawyer David McKenzie finds his mouth saying that “his client’s offending was not at the highest end of the scale because he was not in a position of trust with his victims and there was no violence”.

Lim had been studying film and television at university and “maintained the filming of the sex acts was consensual and was for artistic purposes”.

Mr McKenzie opines:

“There’s no doubt Mr Lim finds the male form beautiful.”

So that’s Kok Fool Him.

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