It really appears as if officials are trying to cover up what happened on New Year’s Eve in Cologne, Germany, and other cities where mobs of Muslims were attacking women, groping them, stealing their things, and assaulting other Germans.
But some details are trickling out.
From the BBC:
A policeman who was outside Cologne station during the New Year’s Eve trouble told the city’s Express news website that he had detained eight suspects. “They were all asylum seekers, carrying copies of their residence certificates,” he said.
I have no idea how the previous sentence is followed by this next sentence:
However, there was no official confirmation that asylum seekers had been involved in the violence. Commentators in Germany were quick to urge people not to jump to conclusions.
How is a statement from a policeman about detained subjects not an “official confirmation”?
And how is it that German police didn’t send anyone to investigate after they started receiving dozens of reports of a huge mob of men groping, assaulting and robbing people? A few weeks before, they got into an altercation at that same place with anti-Muslim protesters, so it looks like they’ll call out the police against “islamophobes” but they let a huge mob of Muslims rape and assault their citizens.
So that whole refugee thing isn’t really working out, is it?
Read more about the assault here.