Refugees Go on Wild Groping Spree at German Concert, Fondle 26 Women

By Jonah Bennett Published on May 31, 2016

Refugees in Germany sexually assaulted a minimum of 26 women at a weekend music festival in the city of Darmstadt. Police have arrested three Pakistani migrants so far after 26 women filed complaints with authorities, The Daily Mail reports.

Law enforcement expects that more women will come forward with complaints of groping and fondling. In all cases, women were surrounded by migrants and then were felt up. The victims will receive counseling, and police are planning to do their best to mitigate anti-refugee sentiment from exploding.

As it stands now, police are still looking for at least two to three more men involved in sexual assaults at the four-day concert, which brought in around 100,000 people.

If a court finds the men guilty, they’ll be kicked out of Germany.

The sexual assaults are reminiscent of the incident in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, in which a swarm of Arabs and North Africans sexually assaulted hundreds of women. Police are hoping to handle the Darmstadt situation differently from Cologne, as the government and media complex in Germany was savaged for doing their level best to cover up misdeeds by migrants. Police themselves were also criticized for not patrolling much on New Year’s Eve, prompting the resignation of Cologne Police Chief Wolfgang Albers just a week after the incident took place.

The story in Darmstadt is yet another example of rampant sexual assault committed amidst refugees bringing their home culture to Germany. While Germany has instituted a series of programs to teach refugees how to properly flirt with women, it’s unclear how effective these programs actually are, especially given the fact that Germany took in approximately 1.1 million refugees in 2015 alone. Around 600,000 more are expected in 2016, with steadily declining rates every additional year. Chancellor Angela Merkel has so far evaded demands for the government to place a cap on the number of incoming refugees and even referred to that solution as “not helpful” back in January.


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