DEBUNKED: Photos of German women attacked by Muslims

These four photos are being circulated as German women attacked by Muslims:

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But in truth none were victims of attacks by Muslims.

Here are the true stories:


Drunk woman launched horror toilet attack due to ‘mistaken identity’A drunken woman viciously attacked a friend of 10 years – believing she was another woman who had an affair with her ex-boyfriend.

Amy Rae Ferris, 24, was punched to the floor in the toilets of a bar and then kicked by attacker Tina Mullen.

The mum-of-two suffered a catalogue of horrendous injuries in the assault at Pic’s Bar in Bury town centre in December.

In what was described in court as ‘a case of mistaken identity’, boozy Mullen saw red after being wrongly told Ms Ferris was another woman who was seeing her ex-partner.

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Jean murder police hunt for evil brute who battered woman

Police hunting the killer of Londonderry mother Jean Quigley want to question a notorious woman beater who battered a teenager almost beyond recognition nine years ago.

In 1999, Stephen Trevor Cahoon, then aged 27, of Rockview Terrace, Moneymore in Co Londonderry, admitted 15 charges against two women, including grievous bodily harm, assault and threatening to kill.

One victim, Lynn McGall (18) from Ballymena was so badly beaten about the face she was almost unrecognisable.

Cahoon was also convicted of assaulting his partner, Samantha Brown, and threatening to kill her.

After a campaign waged by the Sunday Life, the three-year jail sentence was increased to five years and three months.

Cahoon was not in the Appeal Court in Belfast to hear the Lord Chief Justice say the original sentence was too low for the savage beating he inflicted on one of his victims.

Outside the court the women said they were pleased about the increase in Cahoon’s sentence.

Police today declined to confirm that they want to speak to Cahoon.

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Serious assault on Clitheroe woman in her own home

THIS is the battered face of a woman beaten in her own home by an intruder.

And detectives have named a man they want to speak to in connection with the ‘vicious’ attack on Leanne Smalley.

They said they were hunting Benjamin Parker, a former partner of Ms Smalley.

Ms Smalley, 26, was attacked on Sunday October 17 after an intruder forced his way into her home in Highfield Road, Clitheroe, at 1am.

During a prolonged ordeal at the hands of her attacker, Ms Smalley slipped in and out of consciousness and suffered ‘horrendous’ facial injuries.

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Brutal beating of Sheaves Cove woman sparks fear, retaliation

A battered Shelley Jesso of Sheaves Cove said she fears for her safety, her family’s safety and the safety of all other women who walk in the community in which she lives.

She alleges a male resident in the community assaulted her while she was out jogging Tuesday evening.

“If he could do that to a healthy 33-year-old woman, what would he do to an older lady?

Since the incident there hasn’t been a woman in this community out on the street,” Jesso said.

Jesso said she was out jogging at about 7 p.m., following her usual route to Big Cove Park outside the community. She was just coming back into Sheaves Cove when a pickup with its high beams on pulled up towards her.

“I thought it was someone pulling a prank even after the front tire left the road and the vehicle almost hit me. A man jumped out of the truck and I couldn’t believe it after he said some words to me then knocked me to the ground and punched me about eight times,” she said.

Jesso said another vehicle then showed up and the man jumped back into his truck and took off.

“Women are really terrified when someone can do something like this in broad daylight,” she said.

Jesso said she moved back to the community last year after being willed land by a relative and feels this all stems from a land dispute that is currently in the courts. She said there have been a number of incidents that have taken place but she never thought it would escalate to this.

The Bay St. George RCMP are investigating three incidents in Sheaves Cove that happened on Tuesday and Wednesday. Police said all three incidents are believed to be related.

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Sheaves Cove beating sentence disturbing: Michael

NDP Leader Lorraine Michael says she is unhappy with a western Newfoundland court decision that gave house arrest to a man who assaulted a female neighbour.

Sheaves Cove resident Robert Rowe was sentenced to four months of house arrest in an August 2009 incident that involved his neighbour, Shelley Jesso. Her heavily bruised face was widely seen across Newfoundland and Labrador after the incident was reported.

“This is violence against women,” Michael told CBC News Thursday.

“This is an act of violence against a woman … I don’t think this is the kind of message that the judge should have sent, that you can beat a woman the way he beat her and get four months of a conditional sentence.”

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