|The Fairfield park where a brutal gang-rape took place.|
Police are hunting for three men who struck up a conversation with the 16-year-old school friends on a train near Blacktown and convinced them to get off at Fairfield and go to a park where they were allegedly sexually assaulted.
Detective Superintendent Peter Lennon, commander of Fairfield Local Area Command said it was likely police would learn the identities of the men on Wednesday and asked them to come forward "before we come knocking on their door".
Sydney Trains and Sydney Buses have been contacted to provide CCTV of the group. Police have also appealed for a person out walking a dog in Fairfield Park on Ulverstone Street between 1pm and 2pm to come forward.
The girls, both from western Sydney, had skipped school for the day and were trying to get to Castle Hill but were lost near Blacktown, Superintendent Lennon said. They were asking people on the train for help and the three men, thought to be in their late teens and early 20s, struck up a conversation with them for about half an hour.
They then coaxed the girls off the train at Fairfield under the guise of taking them to the right bus terminal. "They were lost, they were trying to get some help," Superintendent Lennon said. "They were way, way off track."
The girls were allegedly sexually assaulted in a secluded part of Fairfield Park behind a grandstand but police believe people would have been seen the group walking through Fairfield in the middle of the day.
The group left the park together before the girls were able to break away shortly after and seek help from a passerby. "The girls would have been absolutely upset and traumatised," he said. They were taken to hospital for treatment and have given statements to police.
Inspector Stuart Cadden, from the Fairfield Local Area Command, described the attack as "very brazen".
"They're physically as good as they can be. Obviously they're very shaken up. They are obviously going to have some further help for ongoing issues," he said. "It's a very serious offence at any time of the day, or at any place. The fact that it has taken place in a public park in suburban Fairfield is of concern to us, for sure."
|The crime scene in the Fairfield park.|
One man was described as being about 19 to 21 years old, about 178 centimetres tall, with a dark complexion, a thin build and dark hair. A second is about 175 centimetres tall, with a thin build and black hair. The third is described as being between 17 and 19 years old, with a medium build and about 175 centimetres tall.
Neighbours said the football field's dilapidated grandstand is a popular spot for teenagers skipping school. "Every day they come at 9.30am and go at about 2.30pm," said a neighbour, Elly. "It happens all the time."
She saw one girl and three boys walking away from the park about 2.30pm on Tuesday and said they were all chatting normally and appeared to be friends. Another neighbour, who believes he saw the group leave the park, thought nothing of it because of the constant stream of young people hanging out and drinking around the grandstand.
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or to use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.
SYDNEY The Muslim Gang-Rape Capital Of Australia
On Wednesday morning, 9th April 2014 Sydney woke to the shocking news that two teenager girls skipping school were ganged raped by three perpetrators of “Middle Eastern” appearance at Fairfield Park, Fairfield.
The truanting girls were on their way to Castle Hill and became lost near Bankstown, a low-socio-economic or post-industrial suburb of western Sydney where most of the residents are either foreign born or on some form of welfare support.
The alleged Muslim attackers persuaded the lost girls to get off the train at Fairfield under the pretense of taking them to the right bus terminal. The trusting girls were then taken to Fairfield Park and repeatedly raped by the three “Middle Eastern” attackers.
It was only a few months ago that a gang of six African men plied a young Maori girl with alcohol and repeatedly raped her in the Bill Colbourne Reserve, Bankstown. This unfortunate gang rape incident pushed racial tensions close to boiling point in multicultural and multiracial western Sydney with both Pacific Islander and Sudanese gangs calling for violence and even murder of each other.
Bankstown is the face of ‘dysfunctional multicultural’ Australia, a locality where over 30% of the residents are under the age of 19 and home to 200 different ethnic and religious groups. In other words – an area colonised by taxpayer funded third world intruders at the expense of traditional Australians.
Western Sydney was the once the industrial heartland of Australia providing many new arrivals from Europe and elsewhere with secure employment opportunities, affordable housing and a future for their young and growing families.
This all changed in the mid 70’s when Labor’s Al Grasby implemented the multicultural experiment coupled with large-scale third world immigration. Many of the proud working class suburbs of western Sydney have since descended into a simmering melting pot of ethnic tension, crime and welfare dependency.
In 2000, a group of up to fourteen Lebanese Muslim men committed a series of gang rapes that become known as the ‘Sydney gang rapes’ led by morally corrupt young Lebanese-Muslim man Bilal Skaf. The sexual crimes were racially, ethnically and religiously motivated. The mentally challenged Muslim sexual attackers targeted white Australians, Christians and a Jewish girl in their sexual orgies that occurred over the months of August and September.
|Young Lebanese-Muslim gang of rapists.|
The orgy continued two nights later on the 12th August when two Muslim males raped a teenager girl; one of the attackers was Bilal’s younger brother Mohammad with twelve men standing around watching the attack take place. The Muslim onlookers laughed and spoke in their own language. While Mohammad was raping the Australian girl, the second rapist held a gun to her head and kicked her in the stomach to add insult to the attack.
The rampage recommenced on the 30th August. This time a woman of Aboriginal Australian background was approached by sexual attackers at Bankstown railway station and persuaded to smoke some cannabis at another place.
The victim was taken to three separate locations of 6 hours and raped 25 times by fourteen Muslim men. The rapists continually abused the girl throughout the sickening ordeal. The victim was called an “Aussie pig” and asked by her attackers if “Leb cock tasted better than Aussie cock” and also made clear that she would be raped “Leb style”.
The madness resumed on the 4th September when three Muslim men repeatedly raped another two teenagers over a span of five hours. One of the victims was told, “You deserve it because you’re an Australian”.
The sex attacks were co-ordinated by the sexual attackers sending text messages. Police later released some of the material, recovered from the rapists’ mobile phones. Some of the text messages included messages “When you are feeling down, bash a Christian or Catholic and lift up”.
Over the past few decades, Australian cities have been transformed from peaceful and cohesive places into third world ghettoes riddled with crime. This is the future under government policies that have clearly failed to create a harmonious multicultural nation promised by cultural engineers and bureaucratic proponents.