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Michelle's shocking testimony comes as the city's own council today admitted its town centre was now a 'no-go area' for women, while it has emerged similar attacks occurred the same night across Hamburg and Stuttgart.
Alarmingly, police in Dusseldorf fear the attacks may be linked to a known criminal gang comprising 2,000 North African men who use sexual assault as a means of distraction.
And while German media and authorities stand accused of covering up previous incidents to avoid stoking tensions, there are fears the upcoming carnival celebrations in Cologne will see a repeat of the brazen attacks.
Michelle's harrowing testimony comes as Cologne city councillor Judith Wolter wrote a letter urging people to avoid the city centre after declaring it unsafe 'for women' in the wake of the attacks.
originally posted by: Whatever08152
a reply to: Stormdancer777
Careful now. Some leftie will call you out for quoting the "Daily Fail".
originally posted by: svetlana84
PS: A more reputable source than the DailyFail would be appreciated.
Haha! What an accurate prediction
Der Sachverhalt, der sich in der Silvesternacht in Köln ereignet hat, ist in keiner Beziehung zu No-go-Areas zu sehen. No-go-Areas sind solche Bereiche, wo die Bürgerinnen und Bürger sich abends generell nicht mehr reintrauen, weil sie verunsichert sind, weil sie verängstigt sind. Deswegen passt der Begriff No-go-Area in keiner Weise zu den Vorkommnissen zur Silvesternacht.