'We are losing control of the streets' Merkel's Germany descends into lawlessness

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GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel is facing catastrophe over her failed migrant policy, according to a new report.

By SIOBHAN MCFADYEN

November 1, 2016

 

During the first six months of 2016, migrants committed 142,500 crimes, according to the Federal Criminal Police Office. 

 

And the country has been hit by a spate of horrendous violent crime including rapes, sexual and physical assaults, stabbings, home invasions, robberies, burglaries and drug trafficking.

 

Adding to the country's woes is the fact that thousands of people have gone missing after travelling to the country on invitation from the country's leader.

 

Germany took in more than 1.1million migrants in the past year and parts of the country are crippled with a lack of infrastructure.

 

"During the first six months of 2016, migrants committed 142,500 crimes, according to the Federal Criminal Police Office. This is equivalent to 780 crimes committed by migrants every day, an increase of nearly 40 per cent over 2015. The data includes only those crimes in which a suspect has been caught.

 

"Thousands of migrants who entered the country as 'asylum seekers' or 'refugees' have gone missing. They are, presumably, economic migrants who entered Germany on false pretenses.

 

"Many are thought to be engaging in robbery and criminal violence."

 

According to Freddi Lohse of the German Police Union in Hamburg, many migrant offenders view the leniency of the German justice system as a green light to continue delinquent behavior, says the report. 

 

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