As reported previously, all the stranger rapes in Oslo over the past five years — when the perpetrators could be identified — were committed by Muslim immigrants, and almost all of the victims were indigenous Norwegians. This is an example of “conquest through rape”, which is has been a feature of the Islamic hijra all over the world ever since the 7th century.
This latest rape would seem to be just another in a long series — a 20-year-old Norwegian girl raped by a 15-year-old North African asylum-seeker in downtown Oslo. Ho-hum, dog bites man, right?
Well, not entirely. This particular atrocity occurred on the steps of the Norwegian parliament, facing the Castle. To make matters even worse, as the young culture-enricher worked his will on the victim, he was being observed live via a video surveillance camera by security guards inside the parliament building — who did not leave the building to help the young woman.
It seems that interrupting a rape on the front steps was not part of their job description — that task rightly belonged to the police, who unfortunately arrived too late to interrupt the crime.
Oh, and one more thing: the suspect was apprehended, but released from custody later in the day.
The victim is alleged to have been quite drunk when rape took place, which may explain why passersby did not intervene — because the girl seemed passive, they thought the were witnessing a consensual act.
Security guards zoomed in rape — did not go outside until assault was completed
The Stortinget security guards followed the rape of the almost unconscious 20-year old directly on video without intervening.
The security guards changed the surveillance camera from panorama shots to zoom in on the rape being perpetrated on the steps of Stortinget, but did not go to the scene before the perpetrator was finished and about to leave the area.
“I can confirm that our people have contributed video to the police in conjunction with this event. My section is always at work, but we are primarily there to ensure the safety of the national Norwegian parliament,” says the Stortinget security chief Gerrit Løberg to Dagbladet.
“We assisted in a way that ensured the perpetrator was apprehended,” he continues.
“Would you have intervened if you have discovered this?”
“No, when a crime is taking place, the police are contacted. As I understand it, they arrived promptly.”
When Dagbladet asks for a meeting about the security officers’ behaviour, Gerrit Løberg replies:
“No. We have a lot to do today. But I understand that you want to make a big thing out of this, and it’s a dry news season.”
The images from the surveillance camera also show that several people pass by without intervening. Someone stops and smiles, and at least one person is alleged to have taped the brutal assault on the almost unconscious woman.
The 15-year-old North African asylum-seeker who is suspected of the rape has been released from custody. Neither the victim or the witnesses have contacted the police.
The article from Dagbladet (in Norwegian).