According to our information, confirmed by the public prosecutor, Pascal Marconville, a complaint was filed Saturday at the Calais police station for rape.
Marconville declared that a woman had filed a complaint for rape against a man, who describes himself as “Moroccan”, and works in the same No Border NGO as she does.
The alleged victim accused the man of raping her in a mobile home at the Les Palominos beach campsite, where other members of associations are housed. The events reportedly took place on Thursday, October 4.
The French newspaper La Voix Du Nord also confirmed that the Moroccan man is a No Border activist.
The pro-refugee NGO has fired the alleged rapist and the Calais police is currently investigating the woman’s allegations. The alleged victim is still in Calais and continues to work as a volunteer in the warehouse where about a hundred volunteers, French and English, work every day.
This is certainly not the first incident with pro-migrant activists in France.
- Last week, two women who took part in a rally in support of migration in Montpellier were attacked and a gold necklace was stolen by a group of migrant children.
- In Germany, a young girl was raped by a migrant whom she was trying to teach German.
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