Bad Oldesloe is a town in northern Germany, in Schleswig-Holstein near Kiel. Last winter an underage culture-enricher was caught in the act assaulting and attempting to rape a woman in downtown Bad Oldesloe. The perp has now been brought to “justice”, and has been sentenced to…
…30 hours of community service.
Nash Montana, who translated a media report about the case, includes this acerbic note:
I am convinced that there is NOT ONE criminology professor in America that would utter this kind of [odiferous substance]. Figures. She’s a woman. She should be standing in the kitchen making sandwiches instead of babbling this liberal nonsense.
The translated article from the Freie Zeiten:
Eritrean receives 30 hours of community service punishment for brutal attempted rape
A man from Eritrea tried to brutally rape an 18-year-old woman in Bad Oldesloe end of January. Yesterday his punishment was announced: He has to do 30 hours of community service.
It happened in a parking garage in downtown Bad Oldesloe. On January 20th, at a 10:45pm, a couple of police officers, male and female, were walking by, working the late shift. Suddenly they heard screams in the building. In the stairway they saw a young man from Eritrea with a chokehold from behind on an 18-year-old German woman.
He was already half undressed and had bitten the young woman on the face and the neck multiple times. There was blood everywhere. The two police officers pulled the Eritrean off the girl and put him in cuffs. He kicked and head-banged one of the officers. They took him to a holding cell at the police station.
The case was cause for anger and horror in Bad Oldesloe. At a demonstration, 150 demonstrators focused on the issues, such as: the police who see nothing, the government that hears nothing, and the media that report nothing.
Yesterday the judgment against the asylum seeker, who claims to be seventeen years old, was handed down. It was even milder than many were already worried about. He won’t be deported, and he doesn’t have to go to jail. The Eritrean was sentenced to thirty hours of community service and therapy for alcoholism.
In a comment about the case, the Kiel Criminology Professor Monika Frommel said that the Asylum seeker, due to “lack of money, lack of affirmation and appreciation, and lack of access to sex, he was able to slide into a criminal subculture”. Therefore it is important to act against this development now and to finally give asylum seekers “perspectives” in Germany.