Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Germany: An asylum seeker commits 542 offences - no deportation

Despite this criminal record, an asylum seeker who has already committed 542 offences in Germany is still at large. The man, who is said to come from North Africa, has a simple but effective method of preventing his deportation: He just doesn't reveal anything about himself. Nobody knows who he is or where his home is. One third of the cases were pending for possession and purchase of narcotics and one third for obtaining benefits such as fare evasion. In addition, there is bodily injury, theft, robbery and about a third for violations of the residence law," says Chief Commissioner Rüdiger Buchta, explaining the asylum seeker's misdeeds, who entered Germany in 1998 without a passport.And yet the homeless can wander through Frankfurt unharmed. Fingerprints haven't been able to help determine identity. Usually he identifies Morocco or Algeria as his home. During a raid on Friday, the North African was briefly arrested. He was said to have been drunk and to have spoken incomprehensibly to himself. Fingerprints were taken once more at the station. Since there is no warrant, the man has been released.
https://www.krone.at/1762068

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