Parliamentary finding: Cologne sex attacks a result of pre-planning among migrants – and absent cops

Parliamentary finding: Cologne sex attacks a result of pre-planning among migrants – and absent cops

The Parliamentary investigation into the Cologne New Year’s Eve sex attacks which saw over 1,000 criminal complaints made against predominantly newly arrived migrant males has found the event was not spontaneous but arranged between the perpetrators.

The committee of inquiry investigating the attacks on behalf of the Düsseldorf parliament — the local legislature for the North-Rhine Westphalia region of which Cologne is a constituent part — revealed their latest findings revealing the role social media played in the attacks. …

While the psychologist said the predominantly North African migrants had arranged to congregate in great numbers on New Year’s Eve, the majority hadn’t gone with the express intention to rape and molest girls celebrating that night. Rather, when they saw local police were not doing anything about them engaging in other crimes, they become emboldened. …

[S]hortly after the full details of the unprecedented assault began to emerge, it transpired the low numbers of police on duty were down to a decision by the state interior minister, who had denied a request for re-enforcements from his police chief.

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