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Austrian Cops Accused Of ‘Covering Up’ New Year’s Sex Attacks


As the full extent of the New Year’s Eve migrant sex attacks in Germany begins to be exposed, it has emerged that a very similar series of assaults occurred in Austria, which the police allegedly deliberately tried to hide.

After Breitbart London broke the news of the Cologne attacks for the English speaking world, the German media and police were accused of orchestrating a cover up of the crimes due to the ethnic origin of the perpetrators.


Then, it began to emerge that attacks of the same nature also happened in “every major Germany city” as well as in SwitzerlandSwedenFinland and France in a single night.

Now, not only has Austria joined the growing list, but reports have emerged that Austrian police tried to cover-up the issue over fears of reprisal attacks on asylum seekers and damage to the countries’ tourist trade.

The incidents only came to light after several females came forward to complain to local media. Subsequently, the Austrian Police claimed that they kept silent “to protect the victims”.

One identified as Sabrina S (not her real name) told Austrian newspaper Osterreich that she and her friends were attacked by a group of 10-15 men while walking home from a new club in the historic district of Salzburg.

“A friend was grabbed by one of the men and put into a headlock. Her face was in his jacket. He cuddled her and licked her face. She then said that she had no strength to free herself, she was completely at his mercy,” Sabrina said.

It was only after she managed to hit and kick the attacker that her group was able to flee. She claimed to be aware of many other incidents after posting a warning on Facebook.

“Some wrote me that they were greatly distressed at the state bridge, the Makartsteg or the railway station. A girl has even reported it to have been abducted almost New Year’s Eve at the Town Hall by a group,” Sabrina added.

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