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Germany to reform rape law in wake of Muslim sex attacks in Cologne


Rape and sex assault victims won’t need to find 4 witnesses under new laws…

And surely these laws are not only in consideration of New Year’s Eve since they continue to take place across the country on a daily basis. Claiming that the law is changing merely over the New Year’s Eve incidents implies that it never happened after that.

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Germany to reform rape law in wake of Cologne New Year’s Eve attacks: Sexual assault victims no longer have to prove that they physically fought attacker

  • Current law asks rape victim to prove both ‘saying no’ and fighting back
  • New law removes burden of proof of physically resisting sex assault 
  • Reform, approved by German government, also covers rape under threat
  • Just one in ten rapes are reported in Germany, and 8% lead to conviction

 

The German government has agreed to reform the country’s rape laws to protect victims and encourage reports of sexual assaults in the wake of the New Year’s Eve Cologne attacks.

Rape law is set to be extended to also cover cases of sexual assaults where it cannot be proven that the victim physically resisted an attacker.

Under current law, rape victims must not only prove that they verbally refused sex – ‘saying no’ – but also that they physically resisted their attacker.

German rape law is set to be extended to also cover cases where the victim was taken by surprise, intimidated or threatened with violence (pictured is the crowds in Cologne during the New Year's Eve mob attacks)

The bill agreed upon Wednesday by Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Cabinet would not require proof that victims resisted their attackers before rape charges can be brought.

These include cases in which the victim was taken by surprise, intimidated or was threatened with other violence, for example in an abusive relationship.

It is hoped that the reformation will lead to more victims stepping forward and reporting sexual assaults, in addition to seeing more perpetrators convicted.

As it stands, only ten per cent of rapes in Germany are reported to the police.

In addition, only eight per cent of rape trials result in convictions in, Justice Minister Heiko Maas said today.

Burden of proof: Under current law, rape victims must not only prove that they refused consent, but also that they physically resisted their attacker

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Germany to reform rape law in wake of Muslim sex attacks in Cologne

  1. Hang Merkel and ALL violent rapists. It may not be a 100% deterrent but it is a damn good start to slowing the spread of filthy inbred muslim genes into Europe. It seems that the once German ideal is now to be 100% polluted by these barbarians and with aid of those who already did much to realize this”: the communists of which Merkel is one.

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  2. Angela Merkel has an agenda, sadly for the whole of traditional Christian Europe, it’s an angenda only she understands, or cares about, she is achieving something that Charlemagne, and others fought so gallantly against, the Islamization of Europe, to say she is a traitor to Western heritage is the understatement of the last 2000 years, Merkel a name that will live in infamy, our children and Grandchildren will bear the scars of her lunatic policy of mass Muslim immigration.

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    • She is not alone this is an international conspiracy, plotted some time ago. In this New World Order, Leaders are willing to sacrifice two generations to allow for assimilation. This is going on in America, Canada and the northern countries. They are shifting populations, voting processes, in order for these “Refugees” to have claims to larger areas. As in England, France etc, the claiming of small towns and villages take too much time. Because these “Liberal” governments have large majorities and the backing of countries/people with large sums of money, the situation, sadly, is going to be almost impossible to reverse.

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