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“At trial, the man told the court that, despite the Immigration Board’s verdict that he was born in 1998, he was actually born in 1999. Which made him seventeen, at the time of the crimes. The judge concluded that he was probably telling the truth, so he was tried as a minor. He got a reduced sentence, which means a man who raped two girls younger than 15 years old, got away with a prison sentence of only two months and probation.” – Vincent van den Born, “Syrian immigrant rapes two underage Swedish girls, gets away with two-month sentence” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 8th, 2017.
“The German capital of Berlin today witnessed a meeting on the problem of criminally involved young asylum seekers, many of whom entered Germany as unaccompanied minors. Not only are the refugees committing acts of violence, but they traffic drugs and steal as well. Some migrants even sexually assault women “because, as a refugee, it’s hard to find a girlfriend,” or so they state in court.” (emphasis in original) – David Frankenhuis, “Berlin’s underage migrant crime wave: Boundaries between robbery, violence and sexual abuse now fluid” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 17th, 2017.
“At 15, afters years of abuse, Lily finally went to the cops, mustering the courage to tell her harrowing tale… ‘It was a male police officer. And he was kind of like, sighing – and had his head in his hands – and just looked really disinterested,’ she told Crime & Investigation… In the so-called Rochdale Sex Grooming case, the victims were all white. Their abusers and pimps were all Pakistani… And some believe it was the fear of being labelled racist that stopped cops and social workers in their tracks when dealing with the gang, which was operated out of a rundown kebab shop.” – Brad Hunter, “Sex ring horror show” – Toronto Sun, Feb. 11th, 2017.
“These guys are a huge problem for us. They steal stuff everywhere and assault security guards. They grope girls between their legs and slap them in the face when they protest. All police officers are aware of this. I would never let my children go to the central station. No officer would.” – Unidentified police officer quoted by David Frankenhuis in “Sweden and Germany build orphanage in Morocco to deport juvenile delinquent migrants.” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 9th, 2017.
“Last year, a secret police document was leaked in Duesseldorf voicing the ‘grave concern’ of police chiefs about soaring sex crimes carried out by refugees at public swimming baths… A month later, the professional swimming association in Germany wanted to reduce escalating sex attacks by refugees at public baths by training migrants to become pool lifeguards… Many municipalities, including Munich, displayed charts in numerous languages aiming to teach migrants to respect women and children at the local pool.” – Gareth Davies, “Two asylum seekers are charged with molesting five girls aged between 12 and 14 in a German swimming pool” – Daily Mail, Feb 8th, 2017.
“I admit, I do it myself. I talk to women on the street that I don’t know, follow them around, hoping to get their attention. At least: if she scores above an eight out of ten. She has to be pretty and have good teeth… But let me be honest: I don’t want to notice men doing it to my sisters who are 20 and 23 years old. If I see it, I’ll go after them immediately. So, it’s alright with me should it be made punishable, because it’s not what I want to see happening to my sisters or cousins. And if a copper catches me doing it, I run away. I’m a fast runner.” – 18-year-old “Dutch” teaching assistant Yoessef Karmoehi, quoted by Vincent van den Born in “Teaching assistant: Yes, I harass women, but don’t go near my sisters” – Gatestone Europe, Feb. 15th, 2017.