Victim Of 1000 Man Sex Attack Speaks Out

06 Jan

The teenage victim of a mass sex
attack involving 1000 men in Germany
has spoken out.
A teenage victim of the New Year’s Eve
sex assaults in Cologne, Germany, has
described how she and her friends were
attacked by 20 to 30 angry men in
the city centre.
Police have received more than 90
reports of sex attacks during the city’s
New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Witnesses described seeing around 1,000
men of Arab or North African origin gather
in the city centre before a string of
attacks were carried out.
The incidents have seen local councillors
label the city centre a no-go area, while
German chancellor Angela Merkel
branded the attacks disgusting.
An 18-year-old victim, named only as
Michelle, described her ordeal to a
German TV station after she and her ten
friends were set upon by a gang of
“There were 11 of us together at the
“At around 11pm we were at the main
train station and wanted to travel on to
see the fireworks, and that was when we
first noticed all these men standing
around, she said.
“We managed to go into the cathedral
and wanted to go past the Museum
Ludwig to join everyone and watch the
fireworks by the river, but suddenly we
were surrounded by a group of between
20 and 30 men.
“They were full of anger, and we had to
make sure that none of us were pulled
away by them. They were groping us and
we were trying to get away as quickly as
possible,” she said.
The assaults have prompted outrage
however the German authorities stressed
that the nationality and residency status
of the suspects is still unknown and
nobody has yet been arrested in
connection with the offences.
Germany’s top security official stressed
that anyone involved must be punished
regardless of where they come from.
He said that “a general suspicion against
refugees is just as out of place as keeping
quiet about criminal structures, if they
can be verified”.

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