PROSECUTORS dealing with a sex attack on two young women by a mob of migrants in Germany dismissed the claims as being merely the gang’s way of showing “they were interested in you”.The two women, known only as Katharina and Lucille, from Bad Zwischenahn, claimed they were dismissed by the prosecution on a peak time German TV show after they had suffered the horrific attack. The 20 and 21 year olds, from the Lower-Saxony region in the north-west of the country, appeared on the German show ‘The Hot Chair’ to describe their ordeal. Katharina said: "At a festival I was bothered by a refugee.“He groped my intimate area. “Eight policemen arrested him." She explained that after they had arrested the suspect, the sex attacks went on as soon as the police left again, this time by the whole group of migrants. She added: "And no one helped me."The show unearthed an even bigger scandal when they published the reply of the Public Prosecutor's Office in Oldenburg. During their investigation, they wrote to the victims: "It is quite conceivable that the young men just wanted to show in this way they were interested in you." The TV show also featured controversial author and former politician Thilo Sarrazin, who warned about Angela Merkel's immigration and integration policies even before the Cologne sex attacks.The Social Democrat wrote a 2010 bestseller called Deutschland schafft sich ab (Germany Is Wiping Itself Out), which became the best-selling book on politics by a German-language author in a decade. He said: "Whoever is looking for protection in Germany must also behave like this: criminals must be consistently deported. "If a million young men come into the country, without access to girls and women, that is a problem. "Muslim men are simply more violent than other men of the same age."