A leaked report into a surge in sexual assaults and rapes by Muslim invaders posing as refugees at public swimming pools in Germany is a ‘grave concern’, according to officials. The secret report’s authenticity has been confirmed by the authorities in Dusseldorf which outlines the particular worry over rapes and sexual abuse of children.
UK Daily Mail It comes just months after the nightmare scenes in Cologne on New Year’s Eve when hundreds of women were sexually abused by marauding gangs of migrants and less than a month since an Iraqi migrant was jailed for raping a 10-year-old boy in an Austrian swimming pool.
The internal report was issued for officers of the Criminal Commisariat 12 – responsible for sex crimes and missing persons – and states: ‘The K12 can confirm a surge in sex crimes at these establishments.
‘In particular rape and the sexual abuse of children by Muslims in bathing establishments have given us grave cause for concern. The perpetrators are, for the most part, Muslim immigrants.’
The Bild newspaper revealed the document on Monday – just six months after the nightmare scenes in Cologne on New Year’s Eve when the German welcome mat for refugees was well and truly rolled up.
In and around the main railway station on December 31 hundreds of women were sexually abused and robbed by marauding gangs of migrants as the police failed to tackle the situation.
Ever since then the number of migrants – men from sexually repressive Muslim countries – attacking scantily clad women and children at swimming baths has continue to soar.
Many cities, including Munich and Berlin, have posted charts in numerous languages stating that women wearing skimpy bathing costumes are not telegraphing that they are available for sex and must not be touched inappropriately in any way.
The memo from the Duesseldorf sex crimes unit comes as the open-air pool season in Germany is in full swing. It stemmed from a meeting of sex crime officers on June 15 in which the escalating incidents – including two rapes at a swimming pool – were discussed.
The clarification of the cases was ‘particularly difficult’ because of the numbers of people in the mobs. Officers vowed to improve their policing methods including more photofits of suspects together with accurate description of their clothing at the time of the attacks.
A police spokesman confirmed the authenticity of the document and said it was a meeting designed to assure the quality of investigative work and that there had been a meeting.
In December last year, a 10-year-old was raped in an Austrian swimming pool by an Iraqi migrant. The asylum seeker, who had not had sex for four months, said it was a medical emergency when he raped the boy in a swimming pool changing room.
The 20-year-old, who had been taken to the Austrian swimming pool Theresienbad, pictured, to be taught how to integrate into his now community, was found guilty of serious sexual assault and rape of a minor and was sentenced to six years in jail.
The migrant had been taken to the pool in December 2015 with a 15-year-old helper and translator who was helping him to integrate into life in the Austrian capital Vienna.
But while there, the 20-year-old man dragged a boy, 10, into the change rooms and attacked him.
The boy, known only as Goran, was also the son of an immigrant family from the Balkans who grew up in Austria with his Serbian mother.
The horrific attack was so violent that the young boy needed to be treated at the Children’s Hospital, and is now plagued by massive post-traumatic stress disorder.
Goran went to a lifeguard in tears after the attack but the Iraqi involved in the attack was so brazen that he had not even left the swimming pool. Instead, he was jumping off a three-metre diving board when police arrived to arrest him.
He told police the attack was a sexual emergency as he had not had sex for four months after leaving his wife behind and coming to Austria as an asylum seeker in September 2015. Court Psychiatrist Gabriele Woergotter confirmed the 10-year-old victim now suffers frequent panic attacks.
Refugee officials have pleaded for calm after the publication of the Duesseldorf memo and have stressed they are making more efforts to educate young immigrant men about the rights of women and children in Germany.