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Mob Of 30 Afghan Migrants Chase Teenage Girls Through German Shopping Mall, Fight Cops Who Try To Arrest Them

Mob Of 30 Afghan Men Chase Teenage Girls Through German Shopping Mall, Sparking Huge Confrontation With Police – Daily Mail

A mob of 30 migrants chased three teenage girls through a German mall before threatening police officers, local media has reported.

The men, thought to be from Afghanistan, are said to have used their smartphones to film the girls at the Sophienhof mall in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein state.

Police officers were called out after several shoppers reported that 30 men of ‘immigrant background’ were following the girls, aged 15, 16 and 17.


The men ‘insulted, threatened and sometimes injured’ the policemen as they tried to arrest some of the alleged perpetrators, Bild reported.

Four men, including the two main culprits, were later arrested but three of them have since been released due to ‘lack of grounds for detention’.

They are said to have resisted arrest and became violent with officers.

Businesses in the shopping mall have reported an ‘increasing number of thefts’ and customers being ‘molested’ by migrants.

Several other young girls have told police they were harassed too since the incident received media attention.


Interior Minister Stefan Studt said the incident was ‘unacceptable’ and that Germans ‘need to be able to live freely in this country.’

He warned against drawing comparisons to the mass molestation of women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.

But FDP leader Wolfgang Kubicki said the newest incident should act as a wake up call that the country’s open border immigration policy was failing.

He called it the ‘opposite of integration’ and an example of how ‘parallel societies’ are being created in Germany as a result of the migrant influx.



Bill O’Reilly Loses Custody Battle After His Teenage Daughter Testifies That He Dragged His Ex-Wife Down A Staircase By The Neck

Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly Loses Custody Of His Children After Alleged Domestic Violence Incident – The Independent


Fox News host Bill O’Reilly has lost custody of his two teenage children after they reportedly said they would prefer to live with their mother following an alleged domestic violence incident, according to court documents.

As reported by Gawker, Mr O’Reilly’s two children, 13 and 17, will live full time with his ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy.

The decision taken by a Nassau County Supreme Court justice last year that the children should live with their mother was appealed by the news host to delay its enforcement.

According to the 1,400 word opinion issued on 24 February, the court’s four justices unanimously ruled in his ex-wife’s favour based upon “the clearly stated preferences of the children” and the “quality of the home environment provided by the mother”.

Mr O’Reilly’s 17-year-old daughter told a court-appointed forensic examiner last year that she saw her father dragging her mother down a staircase by the neck.

He responded to Politico in May last year: “All allegations against me in these circumstances are 100% false. I am going to respect the court-mandated confidentiality put in place to protect my children and will not comment any further.”

Court transcripts seen by Gawker allegedly revealed that his daughter also considered Mr O’Reilly as an absentee parent who was not interested in developing a relationship with her and struggled to control his rage, which she found “scary”.

He also allegedly told his daughter that her mother was an “adulterer”.

The court decided that the parents would share custody over issues like which schools the children should attend, which medical care they receive and the religion they practise – he has strong connections with the Catholic Church. Mr O’Reilly had previously insisted he had sole legal custody for those matters.

A court docket shown by Gawker suggests that Mr O’Reilly is still fighting against the verdict and is pursuing contempt of court charges against his ex-wife. It is not known why he believes Ms McPhilmy has violated the court’s instructions.

Mr O’Reilly was accused of sexual harassment in 2004 by former Fox News producer Andrea Mackris – he allegedly bragged about attending a sex show in Thailand and insisted that she masturbate over the phone with a vibrator. Mr O’Reilly reached an out-of-court settlement with Ms Mackris.



Pure Evil: Teenage Nursing Assistants Filmed Themselves Laughing As They Beat Up 98-Year-Old Woman

Two Teenage Nursing Assistants ‘Filmed Themselves Laughing As They Beat Up 98-Year-Old Woman In Care Home They Worked At’ – Daily Mail

Two teenage girls have been charged with abuse after filming themselves laughing as they hit an elderly resident at the Illinois care home they worked in.

Chemyra Barnett and Jacqueline Santos, who are both 18, were charged with aggravated battery of a person over 60, and unlawful videotaping in court on Friday.

The teenagers have also been banned from the Rosewood Care Center, where they were alleged to have hit a 98-year-old woman.


Police were called to the care home on Thursday, after another employee contacted them to report the alleged abuse.

Barnett and Santon, who had both worked at the home for less than a year, could be seen laughing as they struck the elderly woman, who has dementia, according to court documents.

The young nursing assistants are also accused of sharing the video with friends.

Their alleged victim, who has not been named, was not injured in the attack.

‘It’s just a sad situation all around,’ police spokeswoman Lisa Blackwell told the Chicago Tribune.

Bail has been set at $15,000 each for the pair, who are due to appear in court again on March 27.



As part of their bail conditions, Barnett and Santon were banned from going to the care center or contacting the victim or her family.

They have also been banned from having a cell phone or sharing the video.

Ivy Gleeson, the nursing home administrator, confirmed that the nursing assistants had been fired, adding: ‘In our facility, resident safety is our utmost concern.’

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