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Special Task Force In Austria Searching For Rapists In Refugee Camps

Saturday, January 7, 2017 21:57
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As a result of the massive influx of Muslim migrants into Europe, there have been continued instances of migrants sexually assaulting and attacking young women, something the mainstream media refuses to cover. On New Year’s Eve, just like last New Year’s Eve, there were widespread reports of Muslim migrants violently attacking women in Austria, Germany, and France.

On New Years Eve, there were 19 reported sex attacks in Austria, including 11 incidents in Innsbruck, Austria.

Following those attacks, a special task force has been created in Innsbruck to track down migrant rapists inside local refugee camps.

Innsbruck Austria New Year sex attack refugee camp

Officers have been analyzing security footage to track down six men they believe are responsible for the sexual attacks, which occurred in Innsbruck’s main square.

According to police, the attackers forcibly kissed and groped their victims, most of whom are between 19 and 25 years old.

Since welcoming mass Islamic migration, Europe has become increasingly dangerous and its citizens are beginning to have doubts about their personal safety and security.

“I don’t live in Innsbruck, I don’t live in Austria, but in general in Europe I don’t feel as safe as a woman going around, especially in the night, in the dark hours,” said one woman.

After public outcry and criticism over the sex attacks, Austrian Defense Minister, Hans Peter Doskozil, has proposed stricter measures aimed at migrants in Europe. He has called for a cap on migration and protective zones where migrants can be held while awaiting deportation.

“Special police force to search refugee camps to track down New Year’s Eve sex attackers”

EXPRESS, January 7, 2016

A SPECIAL police task force has been established to track down the men responsible for a spate of sexual assaults in Innsbruck, Austria, on New Year’s Eve.

The elite unit has begun searching all shelters holding asylum seekers around the Tyrol region in the west of the country after 18 women reported being abused.

CCTV and mobile phone video footage is being analysed by officers, who are looking for six men in connection with the sickening sexually motivated violence in Innsbruck’s main square as 25,000 people gathered to welcome 2017.

The alleged attackers reportedly surrounded their victims before groping and forcibly kissing them.

Those responsible are believed to be in their late teens and of Asian or North African descent, according to local police commander Martin Kirchler.

The attacks happened despite the presence of more than 90 police officers, leading some to question whether the spate of assaults could have been prevented.


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