Austria: New Refugee-Invader Sex Attack Covered Up

A gang rape of a 15-year-old white girl by three nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees in Austria was deliberately covered up for weeks, and only came to light after DNA evidence finally identified the perpetrators.
News of the attack—which occurred on April 15—was broken by Austrian media after being leaked the information, which also revealed that one of the attackers was aged 35—and not the 18 years which he claimed to be and under which he had been given “asylum.”
The attack, which took place in the city of Tulln in Lower Austria, is but the latest in an ever-increasing number of sex attacks by the nonwhite invaders in that country.
The rapidly-increasing attack rate has made the ruling conservative-socialist opposition order the suppression of news of the crimes, out of fear of driving more voters into the arms of Austria’s anti-invasion Freedom Party (FPÖ).
The victim was on her way home and was walking past a container village set up to house the nonwhites, when three of them emerged and chased her down the path.
Media reported that she tried to run away, but the three refugee-criminals caught her, held her mouth closed, dragged her into a nearby shrubbery, and gang raped her.
The authorities kept news of the attack secret for four weeks. During that time, they took DNA samples from 50 of the nonwhites, and were able to identify the criminals.
It was only when they were formally charged that news of the attack was leaked to the media.
FPÖ district commissioner Andreas Bors has demanded that the “refugee” camp be closed following the attack, an appeal which is unlikely to be heeded.
Earlier last week, another Syrian invader claiming to be a refugee was sentenced to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of participating in mass murder in Syria.
The invader had come to Austria to claim “asylum,” saying he was “fleeing the war in Syria,” and was living in a refugee shelter in Tyrol.
The invader, who was not named, was tried for war crimes under Austrian law.
The court also ruled that he could not be extradited because his “life could be in danger” if he was sent back to Syria.