Rape is apparently not as bad as it seemed since 2015? At least that is what the sentences against ” refugees” show, most which are not particularly severe. Now another case that once again sparks doubts over the rule of law: In the summer of 2016, the 15-year-old daughter of a refugee aid worker was raped by two young Syrians; four years later, the two “refugees” have now just been given suspended sentences, as if they had stolen a piece of chewing gum in the supermarket.
The suspended sentences will certainly impress the ” persons seeking protection” and will certainly be a lesson, at the latest after the verdict they will know that “protection and security” also applies in court. Will two young Germans who would rape an underage Syrian girl also be so lucky in court?
Perhaps the judge wisely thought that although the prisons are full enough, there must still be room in the jail to lock up the real criminals, such as the people who refuse to pay the licence fee for the public broadcaster (GEZ)?
The two Syrians arrived in Germany in 2015 and lived in a shelter in Lüchow-Dannenberg. In summer 2016, the daughter of a refugee aid worker visited the Syrians’ accommodation in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district. At first they drank tea in the room, then the mood turned. According to the indictment, Mohamad T. suddenly held the girl’s arms while his accomplice undressed and raped her After the sex assault, the duo threatened her: “If you tell anyone anything, we’ll kill your whole family.”