Man forced to watch as refugee rapes girlfriend at knifepoint

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Germany has been a microcosm of the failure of taking in mass numbers of unvetted refugees.  Case in point is a heinous sex crime that occurred at a campsite just north of Bonn, Germany one week ago.

The crime took place at the Siegaue Nature Reserve campsite.  A refugee from Ghana raped a 23-year-old woman while wielding a machete and forcing her boyfriend to watch.

The attack occurred last Sunday in the early morning hours when the 31-year-old perpetrator dragged the victim from a tent that she and her 26-year-old boyfriend were using on a camping trip. He threatened the young couple and raped the woman in front of her beau before leaving the location on foot.

The boyfriend called police and the woman was taken to a nearby hospital where evidence was collected. A subsequent search of the area proved negative, but the man and woman were able to provide a detailed description of the rapist to investigators. Another group at a nearby party was also able to describe the man after he was seen walking around the vicinity.

A composite sketch/photofit picture was distributed and numerous tips were called into police. The suspect was arrested on Saturday after attempting to flee and throwing a backpack at pursuing officers, which was subsequently identified as the same one stolen from the party at the campsite.

DNA testing confirmed the guilt of the man arrested.

 

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