Skip to comments.First guilty verdicts for sexual assaults at Cologne NYE [sentenced to probation]
Posted on 07/07/2016 9:45:38 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Two men were on Thursday pronounced guilty of sexual assault on New Years Eve in Cologne and handed probationary sentences.
The Cologne court found a 21-year-old Iraqi guilty and handed down a one-year probationary sentence, reports Spiegel. The court said it was evident that Hussein A. had kissed a young woman against her will and had licked her face. [ ]
An Algerian man, Hassan T., was also found guilty of being an accomplice to a sexual assault that was carried out by a group of 15 to 20 men.
The 26-year-old told a man who was with the two female victims, Give me the girls, give me the girls or youre dead. The court considered this to be attempted assault. Hassan T. was also handed a one-year probationary sentence.
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That will teach them.
I didn’t see the deportation part, did I miss it?
Every woman on the jury should have to run the gauntlet of these monsters as they leave the courthouse to know exactly what these poor girls went through that they just gave a slap on the wrist too!
"Does the Burka come in Teal?"
They need their 8=D cut off.
Gee, Wally... if those muzzies had killed the girls, they might have been sentenced to do community service.
Germans are sinking lower than pond sludge. They deserve to lose their country.
I didnt see the deportation part, did I miss it?
ya , I was wondering about that , they must put them on a plane so fast and deported them they forgot to say it
Kissed her and licked her face.
I bet she took a hot shower with lots of soap, at the first opportunity.
In other words, the court just made it open season on muslime rapes on German citizens.
This guy seems full of remorse /sarc
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