Husband Makarenko’s problem doesn’t end: in Scotland, sexual abuse is punishable by life in prison

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Businessman Martin Pánek, husband of popular influencer and director of Miss Czech Republic Taťana Makarenko, has been detained in Scotland for more than two weeks. According to Blesk, he is accused of sexually abusing a sixteen-year-old girl and faces up to ten years in prison. This continues even after he is released on bail and returned home. According to’s findings from legal documents of Charles University experts, strict Scottish judges waive life imprisonment with aggravating circumstances.

Rape in Scotland is severely punished

Martin Pánek traveled to Scotland with three friends for a match for Sparta Prague, who played a match at Glasgow Rangers two weeks ago. And it was after the match that a shocking incident allegedly took place, when if Mr. Panek and his friends were supposed to engage in sex games with a local girl who was only sixteen years old, as Blesk reported. She then went to the police with everything.

Since then Pánek has been in custody, after a few weeks and after the charges the Scottish Police released him on bail. But his problems continued and he had to promise to cooperate with local law enforcement authorities and show up in court.

The editors of have drawn up an overview of Scottish law on rape, which will certainly also be of interest to Tatána Makarenko.

Although each state defines and punishes rape slightly differently, the fact that Scottish law views this crime in perhaps the strictest possible way, and if convicted it is not just ten years in prison, as has been reported in the media, but even prison life.

In the countries of the United Kingdom, including Scotland, which prides itself on its independent judicial system, rape is defined exclusively as penetration, that is, the insertion of the penis into the vagina, anus or mouth. It is described in depth study degree from Charles University, who compared the crime of rape in different jurisdictions.

Severe penalties in Scotland

And the penalty can actually be life in prison. Scottish judges refuse to follow any precedent in these cases. And statistics show that once an offender is convicted in Scotland, sentences tend to be longer than in other countries.

Ten-year sentences are imposed in circumstances such as multiple rapes, younger victims, etc. This was supposed to happen in the case of Makarenko’s wife.

If there are other aggravating circumstances, for example if the offender is a repeat offender or a sex test warns they are a danger to society, they could theoretically end up in a Scottish prison forever.


In Scotland, a rape prosecution must prove the penetration took place without the victim’s consent and without the offender having real reason to believe that the person in question consents. But there are exceptions: the victim cannot give consent under the influence of alcohol, unconscious, etc.

Statement from Pánek’s lawyer:

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“Scottish legislation is based on what is known as the ‘protection principle’. This protection is intended to be given to people whose consent to sexual activity may be somewhat problematic. The aim is to protect the vulnerability of these people and prevent their abuse. These mainly concern children, people with mental disorders, but also people dependent on a possible aggressor”, further specifies the study and diploma thesis from the aforementioned Faculty of Law. .

Scottish law also differs from other laws in that the crime of rape can be both intentional and negligent.

The Sexual Offenses Act, in its amended form, will surely soon be in the hands of the Lord himself, and all we have to do is wait for the court to be appointed and how long it will take for justice Scottish to deliver a final verdict. .

Source: Extra


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