NORWAY -- A woman from Kyrksæterøra was assaulted and attempted raped at an asylum reception center in Trøndelag. A month ago she was on night watch at the reception center for unaccompanied minor asylum seekers. For a short while she was alone on duty, and that was the occasion that the perpetrator had been waiting for.
- He ran after me, pushed me up against a locker and held me tight, says the woman. He touched me everywhere. I am quite sure that he was about to rape me, the woman says to NRK.
She got away and locked herself inside a room. She has been on sick leave after the attempted rape.
- We look seriously on this matter, and prioritize such incidents, said sheriff in Hemne and Snillfjord, Anette Ertvåg.
In fact they took it so serious that the perpetrator was released straight away, since he is a "minor".
- He was taken back to the reception center where he walked around freely, says the woman.
But now the problem is solved. At least in Kyrksæterøra. The offender has been moved to another reception center, police can confirm to NRK. Where he has been moved to is secret of course - he's so vulnerable and must be protected. We saw the same thing on Gotland in Sweden, when the five "minors" were immediately "rescued" to the mainland after raping woman in a wheelchair:
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When the Irish Catholic pedophile priests were moved around as accusations of abuse came, it was a scandal.
But this is worse, because the state is doing it. This does not happen in a closed environment.
And because of this slack attitude about something that serious as rape, we can only wait for the next rape victim. And we probably won't have to wait very long. This guy is hardly the first they have moved to a new center after such an "episode."
That the Norwegian authorities are subjecting the Norwegian locals to this Russian roulette, is apparently not something that matters. They have, after all, not fled from war and such.
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