Cologne Migrant Who Licked And Groped Girls Laughs As He Walks Out of Court a Free Man

New Year's Eve Sex Attacks
The first migrant convicted of sex offences in Cologne on New Year’s Eve has received a suspended sentence and laughed at the court as he walked free. Six months after the mass sexual assaults in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, German courts have finally sentenced a pair of men in connection with the crimes.  The court in Cologne ruled Thursday that two men had sexually assaulted at least one woman on the night where women in Cologne had reported over 1000 cases of sexual assault and rape. The men, 21-year-old Iraqi migrant Hussein A. and a 26-year-old Algerian named Hassan T. were found guilty of aiding and abetting sexual assault and sentenced to a one-year suspended sentence allowing them to walk free from the court, the German Express reports. According to the prosecution in the case the pair are said to have harassed girls who passed by them with Hussein A. being accused of trying to force himself on a woman, kissing her and licking her face outside of the Cologne cathedral where the majority of the sexual attacks took place. Algerian Hassan T. is  said to have made threatening gestures toward the young women and directly threatened two girls saying to them in broken English,