The Manhunt ended in India. Police arrested the fifth suspect of having violated a photojournalist on Thursday in Bombay, India. Individuals incur a penalty of up to 20 years in prison, after the frame for criminal offenses have been enhanced in March. The photographer, with little more than 20 years, he was reporting when she was attacked. The co-worker that accompanied it was assaulted and tied up. The case returned to provoke protests, months after another collective rape where the victim died. A group of photojournalists he concentrated in front of the Court to express the revolt against a society where reigns the culture of silence in the face of the violation of women. Statistics show that, in India, a woman is raped every twenty minutes.