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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Spätes Polizei-Eingreifen begünstigte Kölner Silvester-Übergriffe | Aktuell Deutschland | DW.COM | 05.10.2016

So, is it really xenophobia when a country that has let in over one million refugees/migrants in a single year finds itself dealing, not only with an increase in crime, but also with crimes that it didn't used to have?



The link below is to a Deutsche Welle article that describes a new report that has come out blaming the events of last New Year's Eve in Cologne on the slow response of the police. The author of the report believes that the sexual assaults probably began as small incidents and, when the perpetrators (who appeared to be from the Middle East or North Africa) saw that the police did not respond, got bolder until the isolated incidents became something much bigger.



Well, maybe. But there were similar mass sexual assaults in 12 or 13 other German cities that same night. That suggests coordination to me.



To view Deutsche Welle's synopsis of the report, follow the link below:



Spätes Polizei-Eingreifen begünstigte Kölner Silvester-Übergriffe | Aktuell Deutschland | DW.COM | 05.10.2016

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