Germany: Teenage Girls Sexually Harassed by 30 'Refugees' in Shopping MallGirls forced to flee after being pursued by mob, only one culprit arrested
Paul Joseph Watson
Mar. 02, 2016
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Three teenage girls were sexually harassed by up to 30 Muslim migrants at a German shopping mall last week in another shocking incident that highlights the social consequences being wrought by Angela Merkel's open border policy.
The incident began at the Sophienhof mall in the city of Kiel when two young men of Afghan origin began to pursue three teenage girls aged 15, 16 and 17. The men began filming the girls on their smartphones and uploading the images to social media.
Within a short space of time, up to 30 men of "immigrant background" arrived at the mall and began to chase the girls. Other shoppers alerted security guards to the situation and police arrived on the scene.
According to the report, police officers were “insulted, threatened and sometimes injured” by the migrants as they attempted to detain some of the alleged perpetrators.
Four men were later taken into custody, including the two main culprits, but three of them were subsequently released due to “lack of grounds for detention” despite “resisting arrest” and becoming violent with officers.
Businesses throughout the shopping mall are also reporting an “increasing number of thefts” and customers being “molested” by migrants. More young girls approached police after the incident received media attention and said that they too had been sexually harassed.
The incident has sparked a “new debate on security and the handling of criminal immigrants,” according to the report.
Interior Minister Stefan Studt said the incident was “unacceptable” and that Germans “need to be able to live freely in this country,” although he warned against drawing comparisons to the mass molestation of women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
FDP faction leader Wolfgang Kubicki asserted that the incident served as a wake up call that the country’s open border immigration policy was failing, calling it the “opposite of integration” and an example of how “parallel societies” are being created in Germany as a result of the migrant influx.
Although by no means on the scale of Cologne, where hundreds of women were sexually assaulted by Muslim migrants on New Year’s Eve, the incident is another disturbing reminder that Europe is importing huge numbers of individuals who treat women little better than animals.