“I am Syrian; you have to treat me kindly! Mrs Merkel has invited me.”
A leaked secret report by a senior Cologne police official has revealed that the nonwhite invader violence over New Year’s Eve was far more serious than even initially reported—and that it definitely involved “refugees” who boasted that they had been “invited by Mrs. Merkel” to come to Germany.
The report, published in full in the Bild newspaper after it was leaked by a police insider, paints a dramatic picture of the violence in Cologne over New Year’s Eve.
The report reveals that the police came under massive attack to the point where they were powerless to stop the mob of refugee-criminals from rampaging through the streets.
In addition, the report said, the violence was so severe that they were sure that it was going to result in some deaths—and that they suspected the night’s events were planned in advance.
Furthermore, the report says, only the presence of passers-by prevented mass rapes from occurring.
The secret report was drawn up for internal police use by a senior police officer, summoned along with his subordinate, to the central Cologne police station on the night as the authorities hurriedly called up reinforcements to suppress the nonwhite violence.
His report, meant for senior police officers only, was apparently leaked in protest at the ongoing suppression of information over the night’s events.
The full report reads as follows:
Even while driving to the [police] office at the main station in Cologne, agitated citizens, accompanied by weeping and shocked children, informed us about the situation in and around the station.
When we arrived at the [cathedral] square, our vehicle was bombarded with firecrackers.
Present on the square was a crowd of several thousand, mostly males of an immigrant background who indiscriminately fired fireworks of any kind and threw bottles into the crowd.
As soon as we arrived at the parking area, we observed a large number of people running to the emergency services to report assaults on women, brawls, robberies, sex [attacks] etc.
The police officials thus found themselves plunged into immediate action. However, even the appearance of the police officers and their initial measures did not stop the masses from their actions, both in front of and in Cologne train station.
Around 22.45, the immigrant-background crowd on the packed square went to the train station. Women with or without accompaniment literally had to “run the gauntlet” through the heavily intoxicated masses. It was impossible to describe.
The crowd’s used of pyrotechnics [to shoot at passersby] is so out of order that we concluded that it would lead to severe chaos, serious injury, and even death.
After consultation with the National Police’s overall operational command, it was decided in the interests of the public’s safety and their property, to clear the area of the cathedral steps on the station forecourt toward Provost-Ketzer-Strasse.
The clearing action started at around 23.30 from the cathedral steps in the direction of the square. During the course of this action, officers from the state and federal authorities were repeatedly bombarded with fireworks and pelted with bottles.
Because of this situation, we had to use a barrier and physical force to clear the square.
Besides a lack of comprehension [from the crowd] as to what we were doing, other complicating factors in this process were the physical conditions of the people due to the obvious massive consumption of alcohol and other intoxicating substances (for example joints [marijuana]. The clearing action ended at about 00.15.
During and after this time, we had to deal with multiple physical confrontations between individuals as well as groups of people, theft and robbery offenses, all of which occurred simultaneously at several different locations.
After the serious assaults by male migrants, numerous weeping and shocked women/girls came to the offices [to report the crimes], and officers were deployed at the identified [places] where the sex attacker groups were located.
Identification [of the attackers] was no longer possible (see item 8 inter alia). The task force was not able to attend to all the events, assaults, crimes, etc., sir, there were just too many happening all at the same time.
Due to the multiplicity of the above actions, the emergency services were limited to only the most necessary cleanup measures. Since it was impossible to help every victim of a crime and to apprehend the perpetrators, the officers were extremely frustrated. At times of peak activity, it was not even possible to record all the events and attacks.
Besides the abovementioned situations, the following events/incidents occurred:
- The tearing up of residence permits with grins on faces and statements such as “You cannot send me anywhere; I will go to get a new one tomorrow.”
- “I am Syrian; you have to treat me kindly! Mrs. Merkel has invited me.”
- Restraining orders were usually enforced by compulsion. Offenders appeared again and made a joke out of the situation. In view of capacity problems, it was not possible to detain the numbers of people in the office.
- The platform was locked because of overcrowding. The crowd on the platform obstructed everything, and the people were all over the track.
- The [platform] approach to the trains saw a number of physical fights—it was the jungle.
- All over the station area, there were pools of vomit and places which had been used as a toilet.
- Many males (migrants) entered the station without any intention of travelling anywhere and took over all areas, such as the bank counter, waiting room, etc.
- Despite many cries for help from the victims, the officers were in many cases unable to reach them because the crowd stood in large groups and circles [where the assaults were taking place].
- Victims and witnesses were threatened at the scene, and it was only the constant presence of the forces and attentive pedestrians at the train station which prevented full rapes from occurring.
Another striking feature was the very large number of migrants who featured in the police action.
I have never encountered such a lack of respect toward the police in my 29 years of service.
The forces were much too small and were rapidly deployed to the limit of their abilities.
The Task Force completed the entire operation in heavy protective and helmeted equipment from 21.45 clock until 07.30, without losing the motivation and the will to perform.
This chaotic and shameful situation on this New Year’s Eve resulted in an additional motivation for the forces.”