Doing what the government should be doing, (which should never have been allowed to happen in the first place).
The fightback begins: German vigilante group vows to protect women from migrant attackers as three Syrians are arrested for gang raping two teenage girls
Police stand guard outside Cologne Cathedral, where hundreds of women were sexually assaulted and robbed by a mob of migrant and refugee men on New Year’s Eve
- Hundreds of women were sexually assaulted, robbed on New Year’s Eve
- The attackers were migrants who taunted police saying: ‘Merkel invited us’
- Three Syrians arrested for raping two teenage girls in southern Germany
- Vigilante group ‘Dusseldorf is Watching’ has since gained 8,000 followers
Thousands are pledging their support to a German vigilante group which has vowed to protect women from migrants in the wake of the horrendous attacks in Cologne.
A week after thousands of ‘drunk and stoned’ migrants sexually assaulted and robbed 100 women on the streets of Cologne on New Year’s Eve, a group known as ‘Dusseldorf is Watching’ has gained more than 8,000 Facebook members.
The group says it wants to make the streets safer through ‘presence’ alone but police have warned that ‘searching for offenders is not a job for citizens’.
As reports of sexual assaults flood in from around the country, it has emerged that four Syrians were arrested for gang raping two teenage girls in southern Germany on the night of the attacks.
Police arrest a man in Cologne in the early hours of New Year’s Day, where migrants attacked women and hurled fireworks at police just over one week ago