Whether he is actually from Ghana can be questioned since most of these asylum seekers enter with false documents.
Eric X is the product of a culture of violence that mandates the beating of disobedient women (cf. Qur’an 4:34), forbids non-Muslim men to marry Muslim women, and tells Muslim men that they can seize non-Muslim women and use them sexually (cf. Qur’an 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, and 70:30). Germany put this upon itself through Angela Merkel’s policies, supported by the EU in Brussels. There will be much more of it, in “diverse” Germany.
Asylum seeker accused of raping a German woman in front of her boyfriend in terrifying knife-point attack calls her a ‘prostitute’ in furious courtroom outburst
- Woman, 23, raped at Siegaue Nature Reserve campsite, near Bonn in Germany
- The alleged rapist had a tree saw and threatened her partner, 26, with violence
- Eric X, 32, from Ghana, today called his alleged victim ‘a prostitute’ in court
By Iain Burns and Sara Malm for MailOnline
Published: 15:55, 26 September 2017 | Updated: 10:58, 27 September 2017
A Ghanaian asylum seeker accused of raping a German woman while forcing her boyfriend to watch called his victim ‘a prostitute’ in court.
The man – only identified as Eric X – is accused of raping a 23-year-old woman after spotting the couple camping in a nature reserve near Bonn, west Germany in April.
Appearing in a Bonn district court today, Eric X, 32, defied his lawyers’ advice to stay silent and after insulting his alleged victim, he added that anyone who believed her were ‘filthy’.
Accused: Asylum seeker Eric X, 32, from Ghana,appeared in court today in Bonn, Germany
The attack took place on April 2, shortly after midnight. The couple were already asleep when Eric X allegedly cut through the tarpaulin, threatened them with a tree saw and ordered them to hand over their valuables – six euros (£5.35) and a music box.
After robbing them he is said to have dragged the 23-year-old woman outside, where he raped her and forced her boyfriend, 26, to watch.
The suspect was arrested soon after in nearby Siegburg after a man recognised him from a composite picture of the sex attacker.
Today, Eric X.’s lawyers ordered the accused to remain silent, but according to local media his responded by shouting in court: ‘Why should I remain silent, about a case where I don’t know anything about?’
Eric X. said: ‘If the girl claims she has been raped, she must be a prostitute.
‘All who help her in the lie are filthy people.’
Lawyer Gudrun Roth, who represents the 23-year-old student, said that it is ‘always a slap in the face, if someone who has experienced such a thing is mocked even further.’
Both of the victims, from Stuttgart, south-west Germany are currently undergoing psychological care as according to local media they are still heavily traumatised.
Following his arrest it emerged that the man had been served notice by the German authorities ten days before the attack, informing him he would face deportation to Italy as his asylum application had been rejected.
He arrived in Italy in January and his asylum application was immediately rejected but by then he had made the journey to Kassel in Germany.
The suspect lived for a time in asylum seeker housing accommodation in the town of Sankt Augustin, near Bonn.
But local media have questioned why he was not immediately deported.
Vanessa Nolte, of the Cologne district authorities, said: ‘On 23 March he received the order, on 24th March he appealed it.’
Bonn police spokesman Robert Scholten said: ‘As well as from the rape, we found a lot of DNA samples at the crime scene, which are clearly from the arrested man.’
The trial is expected to last eight days.