January 3, 2018
A new study commissioned by the German government has found 92.1% of the crime increase in the Lower Saxony region can be attributed to migrants.
The study, which was conducted by the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and paid for by Germany’s Ministry of Family Affairs, revealed there was a 10.4% increase in reported violent crimes in 2015/16.
92.1% was apparently attributable to migrants.
The authors of the report suggest this is because the public is twice as likely to report alleged crimes if the suspect is a migrant, and that most migrants are males aged 14-30 – the age bracket most likely to commit crime.
It also said migrants who commit violent crime are morel likely to be North African than from Afghanistan, Iraq or other parts of the Middle East.
Angela Merkel’s open door policy is working well, then…
This article was posted: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 7:41 am