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Update: Auf Anfrage bei der Pressestelle der Landespolizeidirektion Wien erhielten wir folgende Antwort: "Derzeit wird die Angelegenheit geprüft. Die Polizei ist seit bekannt werden des Vorfalles bemüht, Kontakt zu dem Opfer herzustellen. Dies verlief jedoch bisher negativ. Sollte aber eine derartige Aussage von einem Beamten getätigt worden sein, so bedauert die LPD Wien dies sehr. Diese Auskunft entspricht nämlich in keinster Weise den polizeilichen Präventionsmaßnahmen".
Update : On request from the press office of the National Police Headquarters in Vienna we received the following reply : " At present, the matter will be investigated , the police has been known of the incident are trying to make contact with the victim However, this has so far been negative but if such a statement . . . have been incurred by an official , the LPD Vienna regrets this very much. This information corresponds namely in no way the police preventive measures " .
originally posted by: DutchMasterChief
a reply to: Danowski
So what was posted by Heute that was not accurate? Why attack the source, other Austrian sources have reported on it too, the police acknowledged that the woman did file a report, so the only thing that is not clear is the response of that police officer.
How is this Heute's fault, they simply interviewed the woman and sofar it seems to check out.
originally posted by: ladyinwaiting
a reply to: Danowski
You are in Europe? For what's it worth, I pay much more attention to what our members in Europe say about these things, than any other thing I read.
originally posted by: onequestion
a reply to: jellyrev
originally posted by: JourneymanWelder
originally posted by: UnBreakable
a reply to: tommo39
Can we then ask the Muslim women that live here to remove their beekeeper outfits?
oh man thats funny. do they ever take those things off?
So we should just believe any source out there?
What if a single police officer said the words "Maybe the attacked you because of your hair color or because of your clothes." with no implication she should actually dye her hair or change or clothes.
If FOX news tells a story and the police is trying to get in contact with vicitim with no success, would you call that a credible source?
originally posted by: MysticPearl
originally posted by: Joecanada11
a reply to: MysticPearl
I've never seen a no go zone. I've stated before my city has welcomed 5,000 of these refugees and guess what. There's been no dramatic rise in any of the things you claim. Or course I don't support those things. They aren't happening here and we have immigrants.
I encourage you to read up on no-go zones and Sharia controlled neighborhoods in the likes of
where in some areas there most certainly has been a dramatic rise in things like rape at the hands of refugees. Something such as honor killings have also risen in number. Then I encourage to read about some of the terror attacks over the last five years and see where they originated from. Increasingly they're coming from extremist mosques in Western Europe, places like England and Sweden.