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by, Vlad Tepes | Merkur | Translation by: Nash Montana
Erding — At an asylum waiting room in the year 2015, a 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by eight men. This came to light in the proceedings against a deserting soldier.
The 28-year-old German soldier from North Rhine-Westphalia had to face court in Laufen because he was absent for five months from his troop as a mountaineer and fled to South Africa. He was fined €2,000.
During the trial, however, the NRW man reasoned that he was being mobbed and humiliated. That the worst of his experiences were when he had to work with refugees. He told Judge Thomas Hippler what he had experienced in the waiting room of the asylum home in Erding.
“I saw how these people were dealing with each other, and with their children. How all the various nationalities and religions led to conflicts and attacks, how they threw their food on the ground,” he was quoted as saying by the Berchtesgadener Anzeiger.
The worst, however, was when he had to search for a 14-year-old forcibly married child bride. The soldier said that she was raped by eight men. That he finally found the bleeding child hiding under a bed.
He sharply criticized the procedures established by his superiors. He couldn’t speak to any of them about what happened. “Shut your mouth; that’s no one’s business, especially not the media’s,” one of his superiors allegedly told him. The soldier couldn’t deal with this. His testimony in front of the court ended with these words: “I can’t do it anymore. I am at the end; I just feel like s***.” The 28-year-old enlisted in the Bundeswehr in 2012 — for an eight-year stint as a soldier.
At the offices of the administrative court nobody knows about the alleged rape at the asylum waiting room. Injured people always are treated at the Erding Clinic, paid for by the administration.
The asylum waiting room in Fliegerhorst is a facility of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. The spokeswoman for the office, Natalie Psuja, says: “After discussing this with colleagues at the location and with the police we can tell you that this incident is not known and that there never was a police report filed.”
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by, KGS | The Tundra Tabloids | Daniel Greenfield | Front Page Mag | Vlad Tepes
A man has been arrested on suspicion of probable cause of aggravated rape and felony child sexual abuse.
Alleged act was committed in a deserted yard of the apartment building in a small town of Pirkanmaa. The suspect has denied the act. The suspected act took place at the beginning of October, and came to the attention of the police at the beginning of December, the girl’s father’s contacted the police.
Of course under Islamic law, a ten year old girl is considered “ready” for these kinds of abuses in line with the pedophilia of Mohammed, the founder of Islam. That however can’t be discussed in Europe without hate crimes charges in many instances. And this leaves authorities ignorant and children vulnerable.
The judge ruled that Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff committed a crime by stating in her seminars about Islam that the Islamic prophet Mohammed was a pedophile (Sabaditsch-Wolff’s actual words were “Mohammed had a thing for little girls.”)
Pirkanmaa has had plenty of Muslim migrants dumped there with entirely predictable results. The Muslim settler population in Pirkanmaa continues to pose a serious challenge.
An Iraqi immigrant in Finland has been found guilty of committing a war crime after he posted pictures of himself posing with the head of an Isis fighter on Facebook.
Jebbar Salman Ammar, 29, was given an 18 month sentence by Pirkanmaa district court in southern Finland, AFP reported. The court found he had desecrated the body of the Isis fighter by posting three photographs of himself with the Daesh fighter’s decapitated head in the Iraqi city of Tikrit on the social networking site.
In some of the pictures on his Facebook account Ammar can be seen posing outside a Finnish refugee centre, while pictures posted earlier in 2015 show him with what appear to be a members of Shia militias who are battling Isis in Iraq. The pictures showing Ammar posing with the head of the Isis militant have been removed.
A Finnish court on Friday jailed 23-year-old twin brothers from Iraq for four months pending trial on suspicions they were Islamic State militants who fatally shot 11 unarmed soldiers in Iraq in June 2014.
Friday’s custody hearing was held behind closed doors at the Pirkanmaa District Court in Tampere.
This is what happens when a region is overwhelmed by a tide of Jihadists posing as refugees.
Men, aged 15 to 21, are suspected of torching the victim as he slept on platform
Six suspects of the attack at Schönleinstraße station are Syrian and one is Lybian
Detectives in Berlin have opened an attempted murder investigation after attack
Men appear to flee on train and are spotted celebrating as they watch man burn
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by, Gareth Davies | The Daily Mail | Michael Stürzenberger @ Politically Incorrect
Seven migrants have been arrested after a homeless man was set on fire on Christmas Eve at a Berlin subway station.
The men, aged 15 to 21, are suspected of torching the victim as he slept on a platform bench at Schönleinstraße station.
Six of the suspects are Syrian and one is Lybian and an attempted murder investigation has been launched.
Thomas Neuendorf, the vice chief of the press office at Berlin Police, told Bild that detectives believe the 21-year-old to have been the main perpetrator.
He, along with his alleged accomplices, were arrested on yesterday.
After torching the homeless man, the suspected assailants hopped onto a train to make their getaway.
CCTV footage captured them watching and laughing as the man was burning on the platform.
It appeared they were celebrating, according to local press.
Remarkably, the victim escaped almost unscathed, thanks to the rapid intervention of several witnesses.
Michael Stürzenberger @ Politically Incorrect wrote:
The Berliner Zeitung writes neutrally of “young men” even though that when looking at the pictures it is clear to everyone that they are migrants:
During the night between the 24th and 25th of December seven young men set a homeless man on fire at the subway station Schönleinstraße. Now pictures of the offenders have been published.
That was fast! Immediately a day after the horrible deed in Berlin-Kreuzberg, the Berlin police had published the photos of the perpetrators. The pictures show altogether seven young men.
One should pay attention to the downplaying public-service-speech of the police:
“The seven youths, all of them young men, are under the suspicion of endangering a sleeping homeless man with fire at the subway station Schönleinstraße”, the police informed the public on Monday.
“Endangering with fire” — that sounds as if the migrants were lighting up cigarettes near the homeless man. The reality is they had set him on fire and wanted to burn him! But at least the usually much sleepier Berlin police published the photos immediately. According to the Berlin Zeitung, the seven migrants fled on the subway after the incident. They have not been apprehended yet.
Maria Ladenburger was found in a river in Freiburg, where she studied
A single strand of hair was found and matched to the migrant suspect
He was identified by a single strand of dyed-blond hair at the scene
According to police, he has confessed and will go to court next year
It has stoked anger against Angela Merkel’s open-door immigration policy
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by, Allan Hall | Daily Mail – UK
A teenage Afghan asylum seeker has been arrested in Germany for the rape and murder of the 19-year-old daughter of a senior EU official.
Medical student Maria Ladenburger, who volunteered at a refugee home in her spare time, was found dead in the university city of Freiburg, near the border with Switzerland in mid October.
Her father is Dr. Clemens Ladenburger, a lawyer who works as the right hand man to the legal director of the European Commission.
It is unclear whether she ever met her murderer before he took her life.
The suspect has confessed to the murder, according to police. He was arrested on Friday and will go before the courts next year.
Maria was drowned after being raped, her body found in the River Dreisam on October 16.
A single 18.5 cm long strand of dark hair that had been partially dyed blonde, was found in a blackberry bush.
Her black scarf was also found discovered on the riverbed.
DNA from the hair and the scarf were run through the police criminal database, but no matches were found.
Detectives then turned to CCTV footage in the town and the surrounding area where Maria was found.
After three weeks video footage was unearthed of the asylum seeker on a local tram who police say had a ‘very conspicuous hairstyle, an undercut hairstyle’, with a portion of his long hair dyed blonde.
He was arrested Friday and a DNA probe matched him to the crime scene. Public prosecutor Dieter Inhofer said the suspect had been taken in by a local family in Freiburg, where he had lived without incident.
David Müller, head of the police’s Special Commission, said at a press conference: ‘Through interviews and a web-based survey, we were able to reconstruct Maria’s final hours.
‘The 19-year-old student had been at a party. By 2.37am, she left the party. Maria then cycled home, as usual.
‘The young woman had been the victim of a sexual offence and a violent crime.’
On October 26 Mr Ladenburger and his wife Frederika placed a memorial notice for Maria in the Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper.
It read: “Maria was for 19 years a singular ray of sunshine for our family, and that she will remain.
“We thank God for this gift, that he made you with us. We are sure that she is safe with him.”
A funeral requiem was held for Maria on October in Notre Dame des Graces Church in Brussels.
On December 6 this year Maria would have been 20.
Police are now trying to establish if he may also be responsible for the death of another girl in the area.
Carolin G., 27, was raped and murdered at the beginning of November while jogging in Endinge, just 18 miles away from Freiburg.
There was no DNA evidence at that crime scene for detectives to work with.
The news comes ahead of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s CDU conservative party conference in which she sets out her claim to a fourth term in office next year, against a rising tide of anger at her open-door refugee policy.
Crime among unaccompanied male refugee has in general been on the rise of late.
In picturesque Garmisch-Partenkirchen the mayor recently wrote to Bavarian state authorities pleading for help in dealing with them at a hostel, while a nationwide alcohol ban has been imposed at all their accommodation centres.
Mrs Merkel will attempt to bolster support for her stance on refugees this week, but still refuses to say what a final limit might be.
FBI REPORT: A Prince George’s County man sought out American military personnel to Murder on behalf of the Islamic State
by, Deb Belt | Bowie Patch | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
HYATTSVILLE, MD — A Hyattsville man who came to the United States from Bangladesh as a child is in federal custody on a charge that he tried to help the terrorist organization ISIS by planning to kill an American military member.
Nelash Mohamed Das, 24, was charged by federal criminal complaint Monday with attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS or the Islamic State. Federal authorities say that for the past year, Das used social media to express his support for the Islamic State, including support for terrorist attacks in Paris, France, and San Bernardino, CA.
“Individuals intent on carrying out violence in the name of foreign terrorist organizations pose one of the most concerning threats that law enforcement faces today and stopping these offenders before they are able to act is our highest priority,” said Assistant Attorney General Carlin in a news release.
On Oct. 26, 2015, Das tweeted the name of an individual and the city where they lived, stating that the individual “aspires to kill Muslims.” Das knew that the individual hoped to become a member of the U.S. military. ISIS members and supporters have posted identifying information about U.S. military personnel in hopes that follower would carry out attacks against them, the FBI says.
The affidavit alleges that Das was advertising the individual’s identity and whereabouts in order to inspire violence against that individual.
On Jan. 30, 2016, Das reportedly tweeted a picture of an AK-47 assault rifle along with the message, “This is more than just a gun. This is a ticket to Jannah,” a reference to the Islamic concept of paradise.
According to the affidavit, Das attended classes at a firing range in Prince George’s County to practice firing weapons, and submitted his fingerprints to obtain a handgun permit.
In May 2016, Das met a someone working for the FBI whom he believed was also a supporter of ISIS. Das later told the unidentified source that he wanted to kill a particular military member who lived in Prince George’s County, and whose identifying information Das had obtained the prior year from a list posted online by ISIL. After that, he hoped to travel overseas for ISIS.
In a meeting on Sept. 11, 2016, Das confirmed that he was committed “100 percent” to conducting an attack and, “That’s like my goal in life,” according to court documents. In a meeting the following day, Das asked that ISIS pay him for future killings of U.S. military personnel, but added that he would do it for free, as well.
On Sept. 28, 2016, Das and the informant drove to a firearms store in Virginia, where Das purchased ammunition and was given bogus information on a target with the expectation that he would be paid $80,000 for the attack. Das was arrested at the scene of the planned attack two days later by FBI agents.
Das was ordered to be detained pending a detention hearing, which is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 6, in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt.
Das faces a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison if convicted.
According to the affidavit, Das was admitted to the U.S. in 1995 and is a legal permanent resident.
Outrage is growing in Germany over the mild punishment handed down to an Afghan refugee who raped a migrant toddler in the asylum home where they both lived
by, Allan Hall | The Express – UK | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
Jama B., 22, showed no remorse as he was sentenced to just two years and four months behind bars on the milder charge of sexual abuse of the four-year-old boy at the centre in Boostedt, Schleswig-Holstein.
The toddler, from Iraq, was lured into a toilet cubicle at the home in March this year. The court heard the Afghani forced his penis into the child’s mouth.
Afterwards the distraught youngster was returned to his father with his trousers down around his ankles.
During the trial Jama B. boasted: “I’m a superstar in Afghanistan, a singer.”
He claimed no-one could prove what was alleged, admitted he drank alcohol before the crime but showed no remorse whatsoever during the proceedings on Thursday last week at the court in Kiel.
A second man, Sohrab S., 29, was alleged to have stood guard outside the toilet during the boy’s ordeal but he was acquitted for lack of evidence.
“The incredible verdict of the prosecutor and the court,” stormed the popular Bild am Sonntag newspaper.
“This is the verdict that shames you all.”
Child protection groups demanded to know why Jama B. was not charged with rape.
Prosecutor Axel Bieler said: “Rape charges are brought only if it was enforced with violence or the threat of violence. We do not assume this was the case.
“Therefore he was indicted on a charge of serious sexual abuse. The penalty doesn’t matter – it is between two and 15 years in jail for rape or for serious sexual abuse.”
Karin Witt, a spokeswoman of the Kiel court Karin Witt, said: “The court found no reasons for an increased penalty, such as for example a criminal record for the accused.
“The fact that he was under the influence of alcohol and the high sensitivity towards detention of the offender were both factors in the sentence.
“He is young, knows no German and has already been attacked in pre-trial detention. The victim has also dealt well with the experience of what happened to him and there are no serious consequences to be expected.”
Judge Stefan Becker refused to comment on the verdict but Peter Boysen, the lawyer who represented the family of the child, said: “it was a one-off act that did not take very long and hopefully will not have harmful long-term effects on the child.
“Therefore there is no reason to complain, even if the sentence could have been maybe half a year longer. I have not therefore advised the parents to appeal against the verdict. He’s better again, the boy, but is still in therapeutic treatment of a child and adolescent psychiatrist.
“The family is glad to be out of the home. Today they live in another home in northern Germany.”
In Germany no verdict is final for around a month after the verdict – a time period in which prosecutors and defence can appeal any court decision. It is unclear whether the prosecution will demand a higher penalty.
But what is certain is that Jama B. will not receive any asylum hearing and will be deported to his homeland after his prison term is served.
Child sex abuse in asylum centres, along with the rape and molestation of women, has been on the increase in Germany over recent months.
Critics have said more needs to be done to protect women and children in the centres where they are housed.
Why is a “Turkish Man” considered a “Refugee?”
by, Agnes Kegl | The Express – UK | h/t Blazing CatFur
Bicske, Hungary: The 40-year-old Turkish man caught the girl at the camp, dragged off a few of her clothes and tried to rape her.
She managed to escape barelegged – although authorities suspect the man actually did rape her.
The police caught the suspect soon after the horrifying incident, which occurred at the town of Bicske.
The man, who is waiting for the authorities to deal with his asylum petition, is now under arrest and in custody.
Bicske hit the headlines last year as police clashed with migrants at the town’s train station near the Austrian border.
The alleged attack is the latest in a string of sexual assaults involving migrants in Europe.
Similar attacks have been reported in Austria.
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called for a referendum over EU migrant quota systems.
The hardliner has urged Hungary to say ‘no’ to all migrants after hailing Britain’s momentous vote to leave the EU as the nation “taking back its island.