The alarming prevalence of sexual assaults in Germany
Media enquiries to German police paint a particularly bleak picture of the prevalence of sexual offences by migrants.
Published: March 8, 2018, 8:38 am
Police officers arrested a 25-year-old illegal immigrant provisionally on Sunday morning, suspected of having committed a sexual offense against 29-year-old. The fugitive suspect had offered to drive the woman home. During the drive, however, the injured party became suspicious, whereupon she left the vehicle but the suspect followed her, pulled her back into his car and fled with her in an unknown direction. A passerby, who had observed this situation, then notified the police.
Police found the car parked in the Hamburger Hochbahnstraße in Hamburg. In the vehicle, the suspect was busy sexually assaulting the woman. The officials then arrested the man, a 25-year-old Kosovan who is illegally residing in Germany with a warrant already issued because he had skipped his deportion.
As New Year’s Eve assaults in Cologne have revealed, assaults by “refugees” are systematically hushed up: “There is a strict instruction by the authorities to not report on crimes committed by refugees. Only direct inquiries from media representatives to such acts should be answered.”
Despite the intentional cover-up, rapes and sexual assaults by migrants have become public, just as a result of the sheer numbers involved. The above example is one of many reported in the space of a week or two.
Thanks to the asylum tsunami of predominantly young men between the ages of 18 and 35, there are 20 percent more men than women in 2018 in Germany. The illegal arrivals are almost never deported. There are now over half a million rejected asylum seekers in Germany, and almost all of them will stay permanently.
Officials of Berlin Central Station arrested a suspected rapist on Wednesday morning. The 18-year-old Afghan is being searched by the district court Schweinfurt for a pre-trial detention order for the suspected rape of a woman in his place of residence.
In Mörfelden-Walldorf on Monday and Tuesday afternoon at the end of February, a migrant exposed himself in front of 11-year-old schoolboys who were on their way home. The man, between 30 and 35, has a “dark complexion” according to police.
Similarly in Hagen on Saturday, a young man, between 18-20 years old, slim, 175 cm tall, short black hair, southern appearance, spoke accent-free German when he exposed himself to women.
In Bad Soden, a 23-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by two unknown men. In the extensive search for the two perpetrators, several patrol cars were used. The injured party stated that the main culprit was in his early twenties, about 1.70 meters tall and slim. He also looked Arabic and spoke German with an accent. And in Heilbronn a pregnant German woman was the target a stranger on Wednesday evening. The Arab-looking even groped the groin of the pregnant woman. She reported the assault to the nearby police station Böckingen.
In Wesel a 15-year-old schoolgirl from the town was sexually assaulted by an unknown man on Monday when she was riding her bike on the Nordstraße in Wesel.
When she had to dismount for a short while, the stranger assaulted her. The 15-year-old fled on her bike.
Already four weeks ago, the same man had approached the student and her friend in the center of Wesel without anything happening. The pupil did not call the police until now because she had not dared to talk about it before.
The description of the man reads: About 20 years old, thin figure, about 185 cm tall, dark green jacket, southern, dark skin type, spoke very little German, but more English.
In Aachen a young German woman was grabbed from behind and dragged into the nearby bushes. There a migrant tried to rape her. Because of massive resistance, the man left her and fled. The young woman suffered injuries. The suspect can be described as follows: He is about 25 – 35 years old, about 1.70 – 1.75 m tall, has a strong, corpulent figure, short dark brown hair (shorter than the side of the top coat) and a bushy , voluminous full beard. At the time of the crime, he wore a black bomber jacket and black pants. The man spoke according to the victim’s German with a foreign accent and had a southern appearance.
In Erfurt/Mühlhausen a 17-year-old German was molested on a regional train. The young woman had traveled from Erfurt to Leinefelde in the early evening.
A Police rescue team found several eligible suspects on arrival of the train at the station in Mühlhausen, including six men of North African descent aged 20 to 33.
In Brühl a 44-year-old Libyan was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after he had sexually harassed a 17-year-old German girl at the carnival parade in Brühl.
Witnesses called the police after the man first approached the adolescent and then became violent. He kissed her against her will and then started groping her. The Criminal Investigation Department initiated a preliminary investigation against the 44-year-old, but he was released.
In many other cases, the police have reduced their chances of obtaining credible witness evidence by concealing the probable ethnicity or ethnicity in their search requests despite otherwise detailed descriptions of the person.
This has been the case in reports of the most recent sexual assaults in Nuremberg, Weinheim, Jarmen, Peine, and Warendorf.
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