'Enriched' Paris: Young American Woman Raped in Restaurant Bathroom, Algerian Man Arrested

A 23-year-old man born in Algeria was arrested and taken into custody late Saturday evening in Paris, France. He is suspected of having raped an American woman in the toilets of a restaurant in the 4th arrondissement. The intoxicated man was arrested on the Louis-Philippe bridge and placed in police custody.

The victim’s friend was surprised not to see her return from the bathroom, searched for her, reported a source close to the investigation. He then discovered her behind the bathroom door being assaulted and raped by a stranger with his pants down. The Algerian tried to flee but was caught by security agents, then arrested by police officers.

The Paris prosecutor’s office noted that an investigation for rape by a drunken person had been opened.

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Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.


  • “The last Time I Saw Paris”
    That song always was emotional as the world saw the degradation of Paris by the Nazis.
    Now it is the degradation of Paris by the African and Muslim Immigrants that have destroyed this once wonderful city.
    Unfortunately it was easier to rid the Nazis then it will be to get rid of this plague on this city.

    • The average locals of France don’t deserve this, but the elite of France who have lived lavish lives by sucking Africa dry of its wealth do.. Unfortunately, their wealth allows them to relocate to a new location to improve and then destroy.

  • Huh; you invite boatloads of rats into your community then wonder why you have a plague. If someone could have predicted this.


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