'Monster' dad accused of beating and throwing out disabled son out of house so he could rape daughter
'There were times when the [disabled] boy spent many hours on the street, no one wanted him,' a neighbor of the alleged rapist father said
CZERNIKI, POLAND: A father allegedly used to beat as well as throw his mentally impaired son named Damian out of their house so that he could have non-consensual sex with his own daughter.
Piotr Gierasik, from Czerniki in northern Poland, has been accused of having an incestuous relationship with his 20-year-old daughter Paulina, Daily Mail reported.
It is alleged that the 54-year-old had been raping his daughter for several years and had also raped his older daughter before she ran away.
Besides this, Gierasik and his daughter Paulina have also been accused of taking the lives of three newborn babies born of incestuous sex.
It has been speculated that one of the dead babies was of Paulina’s older sister, who fled to have a life of her own away from her alleged rapist father.
Piotr Gierasik was infamous for fights in his neighborhood
Gierasik has now been charged for all of his alleged crimes. One of his neighbors said, “There were times when the boy spent many hours on the street, no one wanted him.”
“I wanted to help him, but I was afraid that if his father found out he would start another row with him,” the neighbor stated, before adding, “He kept starting fights and calling him abusive names. I didn't want to create any more problems for him.”
Another neighbor of the family shared that the 24-year-old son told her that his father “beats me, calls me names, and throws me out of the house. He swears at me.”
The neighbor went on to say, “He added that there is something else. I asked what, and he said it was about the father and daughter... and that's why they kicked him out."
“I don't know if he saw it, but he must have seen it because how did he know they were doing something like that?”
Piotr Gierasik used his daughter ‘like his property’
Daily Mail cited a local resident’s quote from Super Express newspaper, saying, “Back then, he treated [the older daughter] like his property.”
“He never let her go anywhere alone. She finally gathered her courage and ran away. Now she has a husband and children. She doesn't maintain contact with her father,” the local added.
Meanwhile, Joanna Mikołajska, head of the Social Welfare Centre in neighboring Stara Kiszewa, reportedly stated, “Everyone, including us, is asking ourselves what failed and what we could have done differently."
“But this is not a question that will be answered today,” he added, implying it was more important to convict Piotr Gierasik for his crimes right now,
As per Grayna Wawryniuk, a spokeswoman for the District Prosecutor's Office in Gdansk has said the first accusation of incest was brought against Gierasik 12 years ago.
Another allegation came “two or three years later,” however, no charges were pressed at the time.
Wawryniuk said, as per Daily Mail, “No proceedings resulted in an indictment being brought to court. These matters will be analyzed under superior official supervision.”
“We will examine them to check the completeness and correctness of the assessment of the evidence. Why they were discontinued is currently being looked into. A decision has been made to analyze and re-examine the completeness and correctness of these proceedings,” Wawryniuk added.