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    Cologne NYE sexual abuse - Judge drops charges against Algerian

    The first trial over the case of alleged mass sexual assaults committed on New Year’s Eve has opened in the German city of Cologne. German media report the judge has dropped charges of sexual assault against at least one of the suspects.

    The Cologne District Court saw no evidence that the 26-year-old had been a member of the group that sexually harassed and robbed the woman.

    The alleged victim of the 26-year-old Algerian couldn’t confirm the man as the person who attacked her on New Year’s Eve, Osnabrücker Zeitung reported.

    The man received a suspended sentence for theft and handling a stolen phone, Deutschlandfunk broadcaster reported.

    The hearing over two Algerian citizens, aged 23 and 26, started on Friday, German media report.

    Together with their accomplices, who are yet to be identified, both suspects are said to have taken part in the sexual harassment of a woman near Cologne Central Station on New Year’s Eve.

    The charges say the 26-year-old Algerian male allegedly touched the intimate parts of the woman’s body, and that he or his 23-year-old accomplice reportedly stole her mobile phone. Both were charged with robbery and attempted sexual assault.

    “There are over 1,100 hours of video [showing alleged sexual assaults],” but it is hard to identify the attackers “due to poor lighting conditions and the confused situation on the ground,” Ulrich Bremer, spokesman for the Cologne prosecution service, told WRD.

    German media also mentioned one more man who is also reportedly involved in a case of sexual harassment on New Year. A 19-year-old Moroccan was arrested in Switzerland and is accused of sexual assault and robbery.

    According to the Cologne prosecutor, the man is yet to be charged and will be deported from Switzerland to Germany.

    Similar trials are to be held in two other German cities – Dusseldorf and Bielefeld. Dusseldorf authorities recorded at least 69 reports of sexual harassment. One case of sexual harassment has been brought to court in Dusseldorf. The man, whose status and nationality haven’t been revealed, is suspected of sexual assaults on New Year’s Eve.

    Bielefeld currently has five cases of similar offenses. The only individual whom the city authorities wanted to place on trial has disappeared. His whereabouts can’t be determined.

    Since January 2016, the scandal of asylum seekers reportedly sexually harassing local women has been gathering momentum. One of the largest incidents was reported in Cologne, where “heavily intoxicated” men of “Arab or North African” origin allegedly attacked local women en masse in the city center on New Year’s Eve.

    Similar cases have been reported in other German cities such as Berlin, Frankfurt and Stuttgart.

    Investigators have gathered evidence to prove there were 1,527 criminal cases on New Year’s Eve, with 1,218 victims across the country, German media reported. Many of the victims, apart from being sexually harassed, said they were robbed.

    In April the latest report by the local branch of the German Interior Ministry said that almost all the suspects involved in the Cologne New Year attacks were from outside Germany, and two-thirds of them came from Morocco or Algeria.

    So far 153 suspects have been identified, with 149 of them foreign citizens, including 103 from Morocco and Algeria, according to Ralf Jäger, the interior minister for North Rhine-Westphalia, as quoted by DPA.

    An overwhelming 1.1 million asylum seekers came to the country in 2015, and Germans are concerned about the future: 81 percent of the country’s citizens say the migrant crisis is “out of control” under Chancellor Angela Merkel’s authority, according to a February poll.

    https://www.rt.com/news/342066-trial...l-harrassment/

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    Cologne sex attack charge dismissed

    A judge in the German city of Cologne has dismissed sexual assault charges against an Algerian man, in the first case over a wave of New Year attacks.

    A court spokesman told the BBC "it could not be proven" that the 26-year-old took part in the sexual assault.

    He and a fellow Algerian, 23, were convicted of theft and were both given a six month suspended sentence.

    The large-scale sexual assaults and robberies by men of North African and Arab appearance shocked Germany.

    Cologne sex attack charge dismissed - BBC News
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    So were they just on the rob then, and these sex attacks were all made up to forward some anti immigrant agenda?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    So were they just on the rob then, and these sex attacks were all made up to forward some anti immigrant agenda?
    On the rob, yes, but I reckon the (alleged) manhandling/sex attack was just to divert attention from the robbing. The woman would be pulling off hands from her girly bits while the thieves pulled her purse and phone from her bag or pocket. Much like the ladyboys do on Beach Road in Pattaya ... allegedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    So were they just on the rob then, and these sex attacks were all made up to forward some anti immigrant agenda?
    On the rob, yes, but I reckon the (alleged) manhandling/sex attack was just to divert attention from the robbing. The woman would be pulling off hands from her girly bits while the thieves pulled her purse and phone from her bag or pocket. Much like the ladyboys do on Beach Road in Pattaya ... allegedly.
    Really bad that is. I loitered around beach road one afternoon, and none of the lady boys molested me. Mind you, none were around. It was the weekend Socal and Butters we in town and had snapped them all up.
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    Algerian man faces deportation from Germany



    A judge in Cologne has dismissed charges of sexual assault against an Algerian man in connection with the New Year attacks.

    Dr Frank Altpeter acquitted the unnamed 26-year-old as it "could not be proven" that he had taken part in the sexual assault.

    The victim in the case heard at the court on Friday could not be sure that the two men in the dock were the ones who attacked her, German media reports.

    The man and another Algerian, 23, were handed six-month suspended sentences over handling stolen goods - relating to the mobile phone of a victim which was found on them - and breaking into a car on a separate occasion.....

    Cologne sex attack charge against Algerian man dismissed by judge | Europe | News | The Independent

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    When the EU collapses after Frexit happens, we can put all these fuckers on trial in the Hague for what they've done to Europe.
    The EU is an appalling organisation run by the most pompous avaricious shills.

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