The continuing problem of Muslim refugees raping women in European countries is becoming sickeningly routine. Almost daily, stories emerge about more victims of these horrible crimes. If that weren’t enough, responses of local law enforcement officials leave many wondering what in the world they could be thinking.
Case in point: a 13-year-old German-Russian girl was kidnapped on Jan. 11 on her way to school by three Muslim refugees and subjected her to repeated rape for 30 hours, according to a story published by Pamela Gellar.
According to Epoch Times (which was translated on a website), the incident was reported by various Russian media outlets, but German media sources have given hardly any attention to this terrible crime.
The victim, whose identity was not disclosed, claimed the kidnappers were “Arab” men who blindfolded her somewhere near the Falkenberg area. The girl was coaxed into a car by one of the rapists. The men took her to an apartment where they raped and beat her.
The police were notified when the girl was discovered missing. On Jan. 13 the girl reappeared in Hellersdorf where she asked strangers for help.
The Berlin police released a statement claiming that after an investigation, there was no abduction nor rape. While they admitted the investigation was still ongoing, they had not charged the alleged perpetrators.
The German-Russian community was outraged, and many protesters demonstrated in the street.
A cousin of the victim raised serious allegations against the police. The cousin claimed that the victim was interrogated by Berlin police with no adult present, according to the report. The police also allegedly mocked the girl and accused her of lying.
The family was reportedly pressing charges against the police.
If these allegations are true, this kind of reaction by the police is absolutely sickening. Obviously, this is not how a civilized nations handles suspects accused of rape and violence — or their alleged victims.
H/T Mad World News
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