Wednesday, 6 January 2016

German Justice Minister Heiko Maas said this:
"When thousands of people come together as an unrestrained horde and this apparently was planned, that is nothing less than a temporary collapse of civilisation." 

Meanwhile, some of the police on the scene have been testifying:

 "We were called to the railway station because an aggressive crowd of around 400 people was supposed to be there. When we entered, we saw that it there were many more than that." After midnight more reports of sexual attacks on women were constantly being reported. "When we moved to the place, no one was there any more. We were shocked by the extent of the crimes. Unfortunately we couldn't prevent them," said the officer, who was threatened on the scene: "When we spoke to a suspect, we were immediately surrounded by his friends. It was threatening." 

The head of the German police trade union has said there may not be a single conviction of the perpetrators of these sexual assaults. 

The German police trade union fears there may not be a single criminal conviction arising from the mass sexual assaults on women on New Year's Eve in Cologne. As the head of the trade union Rainer Wendt told the Passauer Neuen Presse on Wednesday, it is highly uncertain whether a single conviction will take place. The police lack the staff for effective criminal prosecution, he said. 

In fact, it is quite possible that there will be more convictions of "Islamophobes" and "racists" for talking about these sexual assaults on the internet than there are of their perpetrators themselves.

The mayor of the city, who was attacked with a knife last October because of her pro-immigration views, has issued a code of conduct to women, telling them to remain at arm's length from strangers. 

There has been at least one other reported rape.


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