Two asylum seekers raped a German woman after she told them to lower their volume since she was trying to get some sleep. The men, who had been drinking, dragged her into Munich’s Old Botanical Gardens and sexually assaulted her. The attack occurred last August (via Express):
The two men are asylum seekers from Eritrea and explained the attack by saying: “We were having a bad day.”
Both men were arrested two months after the attack when the woman raised the alarm following her ordeal. Both have pleaded guilty to carrying out the sex attack.
The pair, identified as 23-year-old Filmon K. and 26-year-old Habtom E. said they were drinking and could not remember much about what happened.
A criminal case against the two was adjourned, however, after the victim suffered panic attacks.
This is one of many, many sexual assaults that have occurred since Europe has been flooded with migrants, mostly Syrian refugees, who reportedly engaged in mass gang rapes in Cologne, Germany during the city’s New Year's Eve celebrations. In Norway, Katie wrote about how officials are telling new refugees that rape isn’t legal in their country.
Of course, it’s not all refugees, but it’s one of the many, many security issues at stake with allowing mass hordes of people into one’s country, especially if the host country can't even absorb them economically. Moreover, there’s the fear that ISIS is embedding its operatives within these refugee groups.
The Gatestone Institute noted that Germany is going through a rape epidemic thanks to an influx of migrants, who are also assaulting members of their own community.