Asylum seekers from Morocco…?
Asylum seekers beat up young couple with bottles
A gang of Moroccan teens brutally attacked a couple right in front of Parliament.
A gang of young Moroccan asylum seekers has been arrested after being identified as the robbers that left a Danish couple bleeding in front of the Danish Parliament.
The youths tried to threaten the man to give his watch, which he denied, after which the North Africans attacked him with bottles, leaving him with cuts in his head. His girl friend was also attacked, though less violently.
Soon after the attack the violent asylum seekers was found and arrested by the Danish police. The age of the attackers is 12, 13, 14, 15, 15 and 16.
Police describe the assault as “very serious.”
The following day police set the six Moroccans free.
As a result of the attack, the Social Democrats, Danish Peoples Party and the liberal party Left is now discussing possibilities to ban asylum seekers from leaving the refugee centers at night.
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