Muslims WorldWide

German minister told police to remove the word “rape” from reports on Muslim attacks


 

German minister ‘told police to remove the word “rape” from reports about mass migrant sex attacks in Cologne on new Year’s Eve’

  • Claims a senior police officer was urged to remove word ‘rape’ from reports
  • Allegedly given the order by the interior ministry of North Rhine-Westphalia
  • Ralf Jäger is facing calls to stand down but has since denied the allegation
  • Internal report drawn up morning after New Year’s Eve attacks in Cologne

By Allan Hall In Berlin for MailOnline
Published: 09:08, 7 April 2016

A German state minister allegedly tried to pressure police in Cologne to remove the word rape from reports about the mass sexual assaults committed by asylum seekers on New Year’s Eve.

Cologne’s Express newspaper claimed that the interior ministry of North Rhine-Westphalia pressured a senior police officer to delete ‘rape’ from an internal report issued on January 1.

‘KHK told me that the state control centre wanted the report cancelled and the expression “rape” deleted,’ read a document written by another police officer which was printed by the Express.

A German state minister allegedly tried to pressure police in Cologne to remove the word rape from reports about the mass sexual assaults committed by asylum seekers on New Year's Eve

8 thoughts on “German minister told police to remove the word “rape” from reports on Muslim attacks

  1. What is wrong with merkle is she that retarted remove the word rape what are they going to call it
    Diddle….doesn’t matter what it’s called its still non consentual sex soooo r.ape

    Like

  2. This kind of irresponsible people are going to turn Europe into fucking paradise for all perverts,pedophiles and criminals from all over the world.Islam heaven.This is crazy.

    Like

You can comment using Facebook, Google+, Twitter or Wordpress. Blocked comments: WP's spam filter (not TMI) block comments with bad or offensive language/words, excess links or specific keywords. If you believe your account is blocked, email us via the contact form and we will try our best to unblock the comment.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s