This face is the personification of the nonwhite invasion of Europe: the Algerian “asylum seeker” who is the first to be charged with sex offences after the events on New Year’s Eve in Cologne.
Farouk B., a 26-year-old, and ten others—of whom only three have been identified—sexually harassed a white German woman and stole her cell phone on the evening of December 31, 2015, in Cologne city center.
Earlier, another nonwhite “asylum seeker” was prosecuted for theft, but Farouk B.’s case marks the first sex-related charge to come before the courts following the mass sex attacks in Cologne.
According to the indictment, handed in to a court this week, the “asylum seeker”—who has three aliases—and his accomplices surrounded a woman at about 1:30 am at the main Cologne railway station.
They grabbed their victim by all parts of her body, the indictment says, and she only prevented her clothes being ripped off by blocking the more violent attempts with her purse.
Farouk B. then grabbed her cell phone, while his brother, Adberahemane B., grabbed another woman’s iPhone.
When the phones’ GPS data was tracked in January, it led police to an invader center in Kerpen, just to the west of Cologne.
There, the nonwhites were arrested in possession of the phones, and have been in custody ever since.
It also emerged that Farouk B. and his brother had been arrested just two weeks before New Year’s Eve for attempting to break into a parked vehicle with an iron bar.
* So far, there have been a total of 487 cases of sexual assault prepared by prosecutors against the hordes of nonwhites who descended on the city center that night. This amounts to just under half of all the criminal complaints received.
Some 123 nonwhite “refugees” have been arrested, and fifteen are being kept in custody until their court appearances, scheduled for April.