GANG OF 5 MINNESOTA SOMALI MUSLIMS Sexually Assault Woman…Media Silent On Serial Sexual Assaults On Women

Crimes like this one are exactly what Europe is experiencing now. Women cannot walk the streets without fear of sexual assault. The Minnesota Muslim community has grown by leaps and bounds  over decades so now we have a community that has some young Somali men who have turned to lawlessness and to terrorism. Several young Somali men are currently in huge trouble for being caught trying to join ISIS. It’s such a problem that the feds are paying to keep these young men from joining a terror group…YOUR money! 

The big question in this story is why the local and national media doesn’t pick up any of this but chooses to basically ignore the bad behavior of these Muslims. Are they too afraid to be called “Islamophobic”? We cannot continue to be bullied by the Muslim community that’s been working overtime to make Americans afraid of what will happen if we speak up. There’s a huge propaganda campaign going on with CAIR so watch out for it locally.  

A woman was sexually assaulted by a group of four men and a teenager while walking along a south Minneapolis street Saturday evening, according to a safety advisory issued by Minneapolis police.

The victim was walking in the Lyndale neighborhood around 9 p.m. when a car full of men called her over to their vehicle. They spoke briefly and she continued walking, police said.

A short time later, the five men returned and approached her on foot. They forced the woman to go to an area near 32nd Street and Blaisdell Avenue S., where they sexually assaulted her, police said.

The vehicle the five men were seen in is described a small black four-door sedan with tinted windows and a gray/silver interior.

Police released the following descriptions for the five, all identified as Somalis, with dark complexions. Read more: Star Tribune

WOMAN ASSAULTED AT BAR:

Mainza L. Malambo, 21, of Eagan, was charged Monday in Hennepin County District Court with third-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection with the alleged assault early Saturday at the rooftop bar over Seven, a steakhouse and sushi bar at 700 Hennepin Av. S.

Malambo did not know the 35-year-old woman he targeted about 1:40 a.m., according to police.

Seven’s chief manager, David Koch, said Wednesday that he and police reviewed the incident captured on video surveillance and it shows “you’ve got two people who appear to be making out in a corner, [but] nobody seems to see this woman is in distress. … It’s very difficult to know what is happening.”

Koch said his security guard asked the woman what was going on.

“She got her set free,” he said. “ … I’m proud of our staff, and our [security guard] intervened on her behalf as quickly as she did.”

Malambo’s mother, Grace Chiluba, said she spoke with her son and has a “vague understanding” about the accusations. She said she told him, “ ‘I’m sorry you are in such a predicament.’ ” She said he was arranging legal representation by a public defender.

According to the criminal complaint:

The woman told police that Malambo stopped her as she came out of the bathroom and “pinned her in a corner of the hallway.”

Malambo started kissing the woman, prompting her to try in vain to push him away. While she was still trapped in the corner, Malambo sexually assaulted her, according to the complaint.

A security guard walking by asked the woman whether she was OK. She “expressed with her eyes that she was not and mouthed ‘no’ to the guard,” the complaint read.

Malambo stepped away from the woman and revealed that he exposed himself. Malambo then fled.

The guard pointed out Malambo to police officers working part-time at the bar. The officers stopped Malambo at the door as he was trying to leave and arrested him.

Read more: Star Tribune


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