GERMAN POLICE told not to use the word “rape” when reporting sexual assaults by Muslim invaders

Muslims-in-EuropeThe deliberate censorship of the seriousness of the Muslim “refugee” sex crime plague which continues to sweep through Germany is the second such scandal to emerge since the attacks last New Year’s Eve in Cologne.

New Observer  According to the Express newspaper in Cologne, the NRW interior ministry “put pressure on a senior police officer to remove the word rape from an internal report issued on New Year’s Day.” The document was written by the chief commissioner of the criminal investigation of Cologne, identified as Joachim H., who was on duty over New Year’s Eve.

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The first report he sent on the events that night contained the words “WE-Meldung” (WE stands for “Wichtiges Ereignis,” or “important event,” and “Meldung” means “report”). 

The WE-Meldung goes on to say that “Rape, sexual offenses, thefts, are being committed by a large group of foreign persons.” This message, redistributed in its original format, the Express newspaper reported, “shook all of Germany” because a “sex attack mob of this magnitude had hitherto never existed.” However, after sending in the report to the interior ministry, the police office received a call back.

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In a memo, Joachim H. recalled the content of the conversation as follows, identifying a colleague who took the call as “KHK H. (KHK = Kriminalhauptkommissar, chief commissioner of the criminal investigation):

13.30 pm. In the context of early to late shift handover, KHK H. took a phone call that he ended shortly after I sat down beside him to continue the handover. KHK H. told me once that state’s control center requested that the WE-Meldung be cancelled or that the word rape be removed. According to the National Control Center, this request came directly from the Ministry.

The police officers however refused to change their report, and eventually—despite other attempts to hush up the nature of the mass Muslim migrant attacks, news of the events eventually leaked out.

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The previous chief of police in Cologne had to resign in January after it emerged that he had also deliberately covered up the full extent of the attack on German women in the city.

The latest scandal has the potential to cause a similar earthquake in the NRW government, with interior minister Ralf Jäger being summoned to appear before the Committee on Internal Affairs of the Düsseldorf state council.

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A spokesman for the NRW Interior Ministry flatly denied the police official’s memo, saying that the “control center did not telephone” the police in Cologne at all that night. This version of events is, as the Express newspaper commented, “hardly likely.”

There is plenty of evidence of telephone calls between the two command centers that night, and the Interior Ministry has already previously admitted contacting the police to have “coordination meetings” to “discuss terminology” with regard to news releases of the night’s events.

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Meanwhile, the mass Muslim rapes and sexual attacks in Germany continue unabated, and are now so frequent that it is nearly impossible to report each and every individual case.

One of the more prominent recent attacks took place in in Delbrück, North Rhine-Westphalia. In that incident, two Afghan Muslim “refugees,” aged 20 and 25, cornered a 14-year-old boy in the showers of an indoor public swimming pool and forced him under threats of violence to perform oral sex on them.

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The two Muslims were arrested after the victim alerted the lifeguard and the police were summoned. There have been several attacks reported in Germany at public pools, and in neighboring Austria an Iraqi Muslim asylum seeker is awaiting trial for the brutal rape of a young boy in a pool changing room.

Homosexual rapes and assaults on young boys appears to be as frequent among the Muslim invaders as sexual attacks on women, reflecting the fact that the Middle East has a long and established tradition of such sexual abuse.

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