As the case of a young German woman who was raped by an illegal immigrant who was upset about being deported gets heard by the court, the boyfriend of the young woman revealed that when he called 911 for help, they didn’t believe him, and even laughed at him.
With the continuing suspicion that migrant crimes are not taken seriously because of fear and political correctness, this case takes the cake.
The boyfriend was forced to watch as a Ghanian man broke into their tent with a machete and robbed them. He then grabbed the woman and dragged her a few yards away to rape her.
The young man says when he called police, the officer actually asked “You are not messing with me I hope?” The officer than continued to mess with the boyfriend, “Where exactly is this rape happening?”, the officer added.
Help never came.
He was forced to scoop up his girlfriend and walk to the main road, trying to get help.
According to the Daily Mail, it gets worse:
The man was forced to watch as the attacker violated his 23-year-old partner – and the police never arrived.
The 26-year-old boyfriend eventually scooped her up and began walking with her along a main road looking for help.
He called police a second time – and again they did not take their account of what happened at face value.
Finally, nearly 30 minutes later, officers arrived and the victim was taken to hospital.
Frank Piontek, spokesman for the Bonn Police, conceded that the ‘incoming official in the control centre, after our findings, did not initially correctly categorize the circumstances of the first call and reacted inappropriately in her language.’
The second call was also not handled properly, he added, saying a major review of procedures is underway following the attack in April.
A photofit picture of the attacker led to his arrest and DNA testing confirmed his guilt.
A CD player he stole from the tent was found at his refugee centre.
He tried to flee when police moved in to arrest him, flinging a rucksack at one officer.
It turned out that the backpack was stolen from a barbecue party shortly before the rape occurred.
The rape was one of the most high-profile sex attacks laid at the door of refugees since the migrant crisis began, prompting hundreds of tips from the public.
The 31-year-old asylum seeker was arrested in Siegburg after a walker recognised him from the police wanted poster.