Migrant Sex Attacks in Germany Doubled in One Year

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The number of sexual assaults by asylum seekers recorded in the German state of Baden-Württemberg in 2016 doubled from the 2015 recorded figure, according to The Ministry of the Interior.

 Most offenders came from Afghanistan and Syria.

This news comes after Germans had to cancel next year’s annual German rock festival because of the violence and chaos by groups of young Middle Eastern and African men. There were riots, attacks on police and sex attacks. Police were investigating migrants from Iraq and Afghanistan in that event. Police were also stunned by the level of aggression.

The problem is compounded by the lenient legal system in Germany.

A report issued by the German government, Criminality in the Context of Migration, and based on official police statistics, said that in 2016 there were 3,404 sex crimes involving migrants (defined as refugees, asylum seekers or other recent arrivals with no right to be in Germany, see chart).

The figure in 2015 was 1,683, and has increased 102% in over the course of the year. It is more than five times higher than in 2012, when there were 645 such crimes.

They account for 9.1% of all sex crimes – out of all proportion to the size of the group compared to the general population, Heat St reported.

Merkel is taking a lovely country and ruining it.

Jens Spahn, a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative CDU party, said, “It is becoming ever more clear how big the task of integration is. Too many people are of the opinion that every other culture is an enrichment. I do not feel that the everyday debasement that women experience is an enrichment.”

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