A senior police officer in Cologne has confirmed that the 1,000 nonwhites who carried out a mass sex attack on New Year’s Eve in the city were definitely recently arrived “refugees”—contrary to claims by pro-invasion politicians and media sources.
Speaking to the Express newspaper, the senior officer—who was not named by the paper for fear of persecution for daring to speak out—said that there had been fifteen arrests by his unit on the night—and that fourteen were “Syrians” and one was from Afghanistan.
These arrestees had “definitely only been in Germany for a few days or weeks,” the police officer said. “That’s the truth. Although it hurts.”
The fifteen who were arrested all “had residence certificates used in the asylum application procedure with them in their possession,” the officer added.
The Express article, titled “My night with the brutal mob,” went on to say that it remained a “central question” of “who were the people who formed the mob?”
The Express then went on to answer its own question: “After comparing statements, the mob was made up of North African and Arab people.”
The paper went on to quote another police officer, present at the scene, as saying:
“I’ve had young women weeping beside me, who wore no panties, after the crowd had spat at them. These were pictures that shocked me and the first ones we had to process.
“Besides the fact that we were busy trying to protect ourselves because we were massively attacked.”
In addition, there were “refugee” social workers present at the scene, he went on.
“We talked to refugee helpers who were there on the night, accompanying some of the Arab people. Even paramedics and emergency physicians can confirm that they had to work with asylum seekers,” the officer continued.
The police had, he revealed, “asked desperately” for reinforcements, but there were none.
“There were other forces, but they had all been deployed in other cities,” he added ominously, concluding with the revelation that the head of the police department for organized crime had also now appointed investigators into the incident—meaning that there was now a serious suspicion that the attacks and invader criminality was actually premeditated.