Police in Cologne launch new sex attack investigation... into who was leaking information to the Press about cover ups
From the Daily Mail:
Police in Cologne have launched a new sex attack investigation - into who was leaking information to the Press about cover-ups.
The Cologne force has repeatedly faced embarrassment over the leaks amid claims senior officers played down the role of immigrants in the wave of New Year sex attacks in the city.
Leaks included a secret internal document detailing the extent of the crimes, as well as an interview with a senior officer who revealed how they were receiving hundreds of requests for help on the night but were powerless to do anything.
The official added they were dealing with a level of disrespect for the law which they had never seen before.
Prosecutors in Cologne have confirmed that police are gathering material which will then be examined for evidence as to the source of the leaks that resulted in complaints from the region's interior minister Ralf Jager.
It also led to the previous Cologne police president Wolfgang Albers going into retirement after his statements were proven to be incorrect by the leaks that then followed.
A public enquiry is now being carried out in North Rhine-Westphalia into the incidents.No. Apparently the inquiry is not "into the incidents", but is INSTEAD, INTO THE LEAKS.