German Police Rapefugee Cover-up

The New Observer
May 4, 2016

A high-ranking German police officer has alleged that his seniors tried to strike the word “rape” from an internal police report after the nonwhite rapefugee mass sexual assaults in Cologne over New Year.

A chief superintendent in the Cologne police told the investigative committee established in the wake of the attacks that the interior ministry in North Rhine-Westphalia had sought to influence the investigations.



The officer explained that an official from the ministry had called about a rape charge mentioned in an internal police report.

“That isn’t rape. Get rid of it. Delete the report,” the ministry official said, according to the chief superintendent.

When he complained about the caller’s angry and abrupt tone, the official replied “these are the orders from the ministry. I’m simply passing them on.”

The 52-year-old chief inspector said that he had never in his career experienced an intervention of this nature from the ministry.

Hundreds of women filed complaints in the days and weeks after the attacks with police, alleging that they had been sexually assaulted or robbed by groups of nonwhites around Cologne’s central train station.

In the days after the attacks, allegations were made that the police had sought to cover up the crimes, due to the fact that they appeared to have been committed by nonwhites, and “refugees” in particular.

In March police conceded that they had almost half the number of officers on duty during the assaults as they had originally claimed. A police report published the day after the attacks claimed 140 officers were present at the scene, when in fact at most only 80 were present.

This police cover-up attempt contrasts dramatically with their rapid—and completely excessive—response to a later Pegida demonstration against the attacks in Cologne.

In that incident, the police arrived in mass numbers, armed with batons and water cannon, and lost no time at all in attacking the crowd—because they were white.

At the same time, the controlled media, which has spent so much time and effort making excuses for—and covering up—the nonwhite rapefugee crime wave, described the white protestors as “extremists” etc.

The two events compared demonstrate once again the inherent anti-white nature of the establishment.