One year on and we are just seeing this video. It’s like the newly released photos of Syed Farook at his co-workers’ Christmas party right before he opened fired and slaughtered them all. They took a year to release those photos also. Merkel’s spineless storm-troopers scrubbed the CCTV video of these attacks and directed police not to take reports from victims. They denied the attacks even occurred until the reports from thousands of victims overwhelmed Merkel’s mandated censorship.
Despite the Merkel administration’s fervent denials, Germany is deploying helicopters, mounted police to prevent New Year’s Eve mass sexual attacks this year.
Europe suffered a new form of mass terror attacks New Year’s Eve 2016 in Europe. All across Europe, but most intensely Germany where the largest number of Muslim migrants were settled, Muslim migrants went on a rape and robbery jihad. Thousands of young girls were attacked, some raped, while Merkel’s police did nothing and in some cases wouldn’t not even take reports of these crimes. The Mayor of one city even went so far as to blame the victims. CCTV video footage was deleted, disappeared. The cover-up was massive. Police reports were scrubbed.
If not for sites like this and the brave citizens who came forward to tell their story, Merkel and her army of thugs would have made sure these horrific crimes never saw the light of day. The Geller Report was first in the USA to report of the mass sexual attacks on January 3, 2016.
‘DON’T TOUCH ME!’ SHOCK VIDEO OF COLOGNE SEX ATTACKS EMERGES AS POLICE DROP HALF OF CASES
DRAMATIC FOOTAGE OF THE COLOGNE NEW YEAR’S EVE SEX ATTACKS HAS BEEN RELEASED AS POLICE DROP HALF OF THE CASES.
By Katie Mansfield and Monika Pallenberg, The Express, December 8, 2016
In a night of terror hundreds of women reported being sexually assaulted and robbed by men described as of North African and Arab appearance in the German city. Nearly a year on, footage from body cams worn by police has emerged and transcripts of original emergency calls.Fights break out on steps near Cologne Cathedral and police are seen grappling with troublemakers. The shocking footage shows police admit there are not enough officers on duty as fireworks are set off into the crowds.One officer says to his colleague: “I’m standing here all alone” as hundreds of people crowd around him to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
Footage from the Cologne sex attacks has been released
Police are seen breaking up fights
Police in riot gear are seen pushing back the crowds near the cathedral in an attempt to evacuate the area, causing overcrowding at the train station. It comes as police revealed nearly half of the Cologne sex attacks will not be investigated any further following the horrific scenes in which 509 sexual assaults were reported. As of December 1 2016, six people have been brought to justice after 333 people were identified as suspects.
Fights break out on steps near Cologne Cathedral
Police in riot gear are seen pushing back the crowds
They have been handed suspended jail sentences of between six and 21 months. Of the 509 “sexually motivated activities”, 369 investigations were suspended, including 211 prosecutions for sexual coercion or rape.Many of the cases were either stopped because the prosecutor’s office could not provide enough evidence or because the suspect could not be found.
They have been handed suspended jail sentences of between six and 21 months.Of the 509 “sexually motivated activities”, 369 investigations were suspended, including 211 prosecutions for sexual coercion or rape.Many of the cases were either stopped because the prosecutor’s office could not provide enough evidence or because the suspect could not be found.
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