Up to 100 asylum seekers of Arab origin on New Year's Eve gathered at the Cologne Central Station to implement an organized sex attack against German women passing by. Besides being sexually molested, the women were robbed and called "whores".
According to German media, so far at least 35 women have filed complaints of sexual abuse at the train station during New Year's Eve, police say.
Colone’s Chief of police, Wolfgang Albers, confirmed 80 crimes perpetrated by migrants during New Year’s Eve festivities, 35 of which were sexual attacks, Der Express reported Sunday.
“The crimes have been committed by a group of people who mostly come from the North African and Arab countries,” Albers said at a news conference, the newspaper reported. He said suspects who were arrested had been issued official immigration paperwork.
Witnesses say the attackers, up to 100 men, who all had 'North African appearance', formed two lines so that women had to walk between them. The women were then sexually molested while robbed of their valuables.
- Suddenly I felt a hand on my buttocks, then on my breasts, and then they touched me everywhere. It was a nightmare. Although we yelled and hit around us the men refused to quit. I was completely in despair, I think they touched me over 100 times during the short walk, says one of the victims to the Cologne newspaper Express.
The mob called the women "whores" and shouted "[email protected], [email protected]," according to witnesses.
- Fortunately I was wearing pants and a jacket. If I had a skirt, they probably would have ripped it off me, says another woman.
On Sunday, police in Cologne arrested a total of five people suspected of having participated in the abuse. The likelihood that they will get severe punishments seems to be low though.
- They know very well that nothing will happen to them in Cologne. The judicial system is too weak and they use any legal tricks to delay their asylum cases, says an investigator to Express.
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