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Cologne Victim: Attackers Wanted To Satisfy Their Sexual Lust With Me

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A 26-year-old Cologne victim named Selina found herself surrounded by as many as a hundred men who she says looked at her and a friend as if they were “free meat” in a grocery store.

A translation of Selina’s interview with German television channel SWR Fernsehen was uploaded Thursday. At her request the station did not mention her last name.

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“They all looked at us like we were free meat at the supermarket, fair game, checking to see if it’s still fresh,” Selina said. “There were hands that touched us, our butts and other parts of our bodies. It is simply indescribable. Never in my life before was I so afraid,” she added.

Asked to describe her attackers, Selina said, “they spoke Arabic overwhelmingly.” She recalls that if you tried to speak German the attackers didn’t seem to understand at all.

Many of the victims, including some of the women who have described sexual assaults at the hands of groups of men, were also robbed of their phones or other items. Some reports have suggested the sexual assault was just a tactic used to distract victims while their items were being stolen.

But Selina is confident robbery was not the point of the attacks. “They really had anything else in mind but to steal my cellphone. Definitely. I am one hundred percent convinced or else I wouldn’t have it anymore,” she told SWR Fernsehen.

Asked what the men did have in mind Selina shook her head and replied, “Humiliation. Take my dignity. I don’t know. Make me afraid. I just don’t know. Satisfaction of sexual lust… I have no idea.”

Two hundred reports, most involving sexual assault against women, have been filed with Cologne police, including one by a police woman working undercover to catch pickpockets. She was surrounded by a mob of men who grabbed at her and tried to steal from her.

Two immigrant men were arrested in connection with the assaults late Thursday night. Police found photos and videos of assaults against women on their phones but police later released both men for lack of evidence.


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