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German criminal police admit massive crime wave perpetrated by migrants

According to the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), asylum seekers are overrepresented in acts of violence and, in particular, murders.

Published: October 20, 2020, 9:17 am

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    Germany has been accepting asylum seekers for decades, but only since October 2020 has there been a “special evaluation” by the Federal Criminal Police Office on the crime committed by asylum seekers.

    It has not yet been published, but has been passed on to selected journalists in advance, including a political editor from German daily Die Welt. He reported what everyone had suspected anyway: that asylum seekers are overrepresented in acts of violence and, in particular, murders.

    “According to this, between the beginning of 2015 and the end of 2019 a total of 715 134 suspects were identified for the offense of serious or dangerous physical harm. 95 282 of them (13,3 percent) were asylum immigrants, i.e. they belonged to the residence categories of asylum seekers, persons entitled to protection, quota refugees or tolerated persons. Serious or dangerous bodily harm is the quantitatively most significant offense within serious violent crime.

    In the most serious crime category of murder and manslaughter, the proportion of asylum immigrants among the identified suspects was even higher, namely 14,9 percent. According to the special evaluation, a total of 13 775 suspects were identified in this crime category from 2015 to the end of 2019, including 2050 asylum seekers, persons entitled to protection, contingent refugees or tolerated persons.”

    The previous strategy of those in charge in politics and the media to withhold essential facts about asylum policy for political expediency can obviously no longer be maintained. The attempt to fight crime by immigrants through “measures against social and societal exclusion, education and upbringing and the strengthening of social cohesion”, as Caritas put it, has utterly failed.

    And it is also becoming more and more difficult to blame conspiracy theories or “right-wing agitation” for the migrant crime wave.

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