A German police officer told media that law enforcement cannot efficiently tackle crime among refugees without being accused of excessive violence or racism, while many dangerous incidents are played down or kept secret to maintain desirable statistics.
The federal police officer, referred to as Bernd K., has shared his experiences with Bild newspaper, having worked for six months at Munich train station and also in the “refugee hotspots” of Passau and Freilassing in Bavaria.
“At first, mostly families with children – who looked educated and spoke English – were coming here,” the officer told. “Meanwhile, 95 percent of refugees are now single men.”
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People do not know what happens in reality, even when it comes to violence or physical abuse, as the general picture looks softened, he continued.
“One asylum seeker wanted to cut his fellow’s throat. But the crime scene report included only severe injuries rather than murder attempt. This looks better for the statistics” Bernd K. explained. In his view, the crime rate among refugees far exceeds that of the local population:
“For the last couple of months, I had only one criminal charge against a German, the rest [of suspects] were only refugees.”
“Always an arm’s length ahead …”
“Manergy pepper spray with marker.”
Back in November, we remarked that despite occasional videos of angry Germans protesting at what has become the biggest “foreign invasion” of Europe since World War II, the German popular response to the wave of migrants, which is now expected to top 1 million in 2015 has been relatively calm.
As if the police in several countries would all at the same time start covering up sexual assaults without being ordered to do so.
Swedish police are accused of covering up mass sexual assaults allegedly committed by refugees at a music festival. It follows claims that gangs of youths, mostly from Afghanistan, molested girls as young as 11 or 12 at the annual event.
According to Dagens Nyheter newspaper, an internal police report on the 2015 ‘We Are Stockholm’ festival stated that “the problem of young men rubbing themselves up against young girls returned as in previous years.”
“These are so-called refugee youths [mostly] from Afghanistan…the [group] was also responsible for several fights during the evening,” police wrote.
Noting that the youngest victims were only 11 or 12, an unnamed officer admitted that he would “never have let my own daughter [go to] the festival if I knew what happened.”
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The number of criminal cases filed with Cologne police has grown to 516, 40 percent of which relate to sexual assaults, police said. The German Justice Minister suggested that the Cologne attacks may have been coordinated with assaults in other cities.
Police said that 19 suspects are under investigation, while a 19-year-old Moroccan was arrested on suspicion of theft during the mass assaults near Cologne’s train station on New Year’s Eve.
“As predicted August 6th, 2015 “The Panic Of 2016” has arrived, despite equities down gold prices have risen & “the civilian death toll in the Saudi war in Yemen continues to escalate with more than double the number killed in December than November”.
Original release: January 7th, 2016.
Anger over a wave of sexual assaults that occurred across the EU on New Year’s Eve reached a boiling point in Germany on Saturday when some 1,700 people attended a rally organized by the anti-Muslim PEGIDA movement.
PEGIDA, which nearly fizzled early last year, gained in popularity as hundreds of thousands of Mid-East asylum seekers responded to Angela Merkel’s open-door refugee policy by flooding across Germany’s borders. Initially, many Germans met the the migrants with hugs and gifts, but as the months wore on, sentiment gradually soured and attendance at PEGIDA rallies once again spiked with as many as 20,000 people showing up for an October demonstration.
Women in the Finnish capital of Helsinki have become the latest victims of sexual harassment by the migrant community. Police have revealed a number of attacks that took place over the New Year period.
“Police have received information about three cases of sexual assault, of which two have been filed as complaints,” Helsinki police said of the attacks, which occurred at the city’s main train station on New Year’s Eve.
Women were targeted in an area where around 1,000 mainly Iraqi asylum seekers were celebrating the coming of 2016.
“The suspects were asylum seekers. The three were caught and taken into custody on the spot,” Helsinki Deputy Police Chief Ilkka Koskimaki told AFP.
- Wolfgang Albers was criticised for the police’s response to the attacks
- Police at first failed to mention the attacks around Cologne’s train station
- They described the night at ‘largely peaceful’ on New Year’s Day
- 170 complaints were reported, with 120 of them of a sexual nature
A new German police report has described the situation during the mass assaults on women in Cologne on NYE as “chaotic and shameful.” It outlined the highly inappropriate behavior of perpetrators, described as migrants, who demanded respect from police.
Groups of men bombarded police with fireworks and pelted people with glass bottles while officers unsuccessfully attempted to prevent mass assaults against women in Cologne on NYE, a new police report revealed.
The new police report outlined by Der Spiegel and Bild newspapers on Thursday described the situation in Cologne on New Year’s Eve as “chaotic and shameful” as the police became too overwhelmed to prevent the “fights, thefts, sexual assaults against women.”