In seiner Wohnung sei ein Attest gefunden worden, das ihm eine "paranoide Schizophrenie" bescheinige, berichtete die Polizei.Der Mann selbst verletzte sich schwer, als er auf der Flucht vor Polizisten von einer Brücke auf eine Straße sprang.68 suspects were asylum seekers; 18 were residing in Germany illegally, and the legal status of 47 others was unclear.Four suspects were underage, unaccompanied refugees. Jürgen Mathies, the new Cologne police chief, said many of the perpetrators were from countries where they might be familiar with "this behaviour, where women are hemmed in and then abused by a large number of men at once".was first discovered by Johann Dzierzon, a Catholic priest, in 1845.Dzierzon reported that a virgin queen which has not taken a mating flight (the queens mate only while in free flight away from nest) produces only male 1945).
There were similar incidents at the public celebrations in Hamburg, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart The attacks sparked an international outcry, a debate about women's rights, the sustainability of Germany's asylum policy, and social differences between European societies and those of North Africa and the Middle East.
Dusseldorf, the neighbouring city to migrant sex attack capital Cologne is the first German city to see a new citizen protection league since the new year’s attacks, with thousands signing up to do their part.
While the desire to “protect our ladies future” appears sincere the group has already come under attack not only by police who maintain law enforcement should remain firmly their own responsibility, but also by the press who have labelled the group “absurd” and criticised it for including members of biker gangs.
He added the police had no problem with individuals acting courageously when confronted with crime, but they were against “self proclaimed vigilantes”.
Yet the group founder insists vigilante justice or any kind of violence are not what the group is about.