The world was quite shocked to hear about the mass sexual assaults that occurred in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve, which was followed by the revelation that similar attacks happened in multiple European cities that day. However, this isn’t the first time that migrants and refugees have committed these kinds of acts. The Cologne incident has merely brought to light, what European authorities have been trying to cover up for some time now.
Swedish police have recently been accused of covering up multiple sexual assaults against teenage girls at a concert in August. They didn’t present this fact to the public until Monday, after a Swedish newspaper covered the story over the weekend. 20 girls from the venue filed complaints of sexual assault, and 200 men were ejected from the concert, though it’s not clear if any of them were arrested or charged.
Roger Ticoalu, who is head of a government event department, admitted to AP that a “large part” of the men who were detained were from Afghanistan, and many of them were refugees. “We’ve always had individual cases, but here we have a larger group doing it almost in an organized way. It’s a completely new level of obscenity.”
However, the newspaper that first reported this, which prompted the police to fess up, doesn’t deserve any accolades. The Dagens Nyheter paper was also complicit in the cover-up of these attacks from day one.
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