It is no surprise that this heinous attack on a child was covered up. Germany, like other Western nations, have faced unprecedented sexual attacks by Muslim refugees against infidels, including children and seniors. Also, the shocking cover up of up to a million girls who were assaulted by Muslim grooming gangs in the UK is an alarming wakeup call on just how far Western authorities are willing to go to try to protect their damaging immigration policies and sacrifice innocent citizens in doing so.
“German Police Accused of Covering up Child Rape in Asylum Home”, by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, June 20, 2017:
Police and the local government in Herford, Germany, have been accused of covering up the rape of a child at an asylum home for almost two weeks.
The alleged rape occurred two weeks ago at the former British Harewood Barracks which was recently converted into an asylum shelter. The man accused of the rape, a Ghanian of unknown age, is said to have sexually abused a 10-year-old girl originally from a former Soviet republic, local newspaper Westfalen-Blatt reports.
The 10-year-old is said to have been raped so brutally she had to be taken to a nearby hospital.
Senior prosecutor Udo Vennewald said: “He is a man from Ghana. We’ve got a warrant, and the man is sitting behind bars.”
The man has since been charged with the sexual abuse of a minor. Though his asylum claim is independent of the case, he is unlikely to receive a positive decision as only 3.4 per cent of Ghanaians are accepted for asylum.
Fearing revenge attacks once the news of the rape became widely known, police recommended many of the Africans in the asylum centre should move to a different facility. The local government rejected the proposal.
Johannes-Wilhelm Rörig, the independent commissioner for Issues of Child Sexual Abuse for the German Federal Government, has warned since 2015 of the vulnerability of children in asylum homes. No accurate figures exist for the number of children abused.
The total number of sex abuse cases in North Rhine-Westphalia in which asylum seekers were the victims totalled 119 cases in 2016, though no record of the age of the victims is kept…..