the Rasmus Brewer, former president of Liberal Alliance Youth, is now calling on the whole the overall leadership from the Liberal Alliance Youth to go to the police and tell what they know.
It happens after Rasmus Brews in the newspaper Information Saturday tells of a correspondence he has had with the seven girls and women aged 14-21 years. In the anonymous witness tells the girls, according to Rasmus Brews on rape, sexual violations and other sexual overtures, which shall be committed by the male members of the ungdomspartiet as late as in the beginning of this year.
the Rasmus Brews will be Saturday night keep the conversation on the Liberal Alliance's national convention, where he will present the girls ' testimony. It is apparent from a speech he has posted on Facebook.
'I told to the police that I have got acquainted to the seven girls who have experienced sexual violations and abuse in the Liberal Alliance Youth. Several of the girls 'stories can be read on the paper, Malthe share around', says the Rasmus Utility room speech.
'There are several cases of rape. There are cases of repeated violations from the same men. And in most of the cases we are talking about minors, who have been exposed to violations and abuses of far older men. The cases go back to 2015, and until the beginning of 2019.'
the Rasmus Brewer says further in his speech, LAU anno 2019 after his conviction is not a safe place for girls to be a member:
'It is heartbreaking to hear about the abuse, the girls have been exposed to. In my knowledge several of the accused men remain active in the LAU and are sitting in leading positions in the association. After having got acquainted with the many abuses and violations, I will simply not be able to see a parent in the eye and say that it is safe for their daughter in the here association.'
for The same reason, calls on the Brewer, therefore, the current management to contact the police:
'I had originally thought I might be permitted to ask questions as to how the management has handled the cases, but I think the girls' own narrations says it all. Instead, I want to clearly and unambiguously call on all members of the current management to contact the police as soon as possible and tell them what you know. And, by the same token, I would urge everyone in the management to withdraw from their posts. It is not enough to tell about this case 8 months after. The moment you have known for the cases and not responded, have failed.'
For Ekstra Bladet informs the Rasmus Brews per. sms, that he has no further comments on the matter.
Copenhagen police confirms according to the Information that they have commenced an investigation of the case. There is not yet made any charges in the case.
Extra Magazine trying to get a comment from LAU's current president, Carl Andersen.
Into Information telling the president that he is 'shaken' and 'surprised' over the matter, but denies that he knows more than a single case of sexovergreb:
- We considered the matter and took it very seriously. But we are just a youth organization. We are not a police office, who can make investigations. So, therefore, we invited the girl to go to the police, so there could be created a case, and we looked at the background possibly could exclude the man. But she did not want to report the matter to the police, explains Carl Andersen.
According to the Information it shall reject the concerned girl in the anonymous testimony, that she has been invited to go to the police.
the Extra Leaf has also tried in vain to get a comment from LA's leader, foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, as well as the political rapporteur, Christina Egelund. She tells the dog to Information, that she is glad that the matter now lies with the police.