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June 29, 2018 -- Criminals from Africa and elsewhere migrate to Germany where their heinous past is a bonus.

It works like this: Once the criminal shows up at BAMF (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees) he admits his crimes. This triggers an investigation. During the investigation for criminal activities, the "refugee" is allowed to stay in Germany. 

For this reason many insurgents are posing as refugees and confessing crimes they never committed. 

From (Google translation) ▼

The laissez-faire asylum policy of Germany with its open borders also attracts felons from the most diverse countries in the world. For example, the "Bild-Zeitung" recently reported on 13 cases where asylum seekers stated at the hearing in the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) that they either tortured, raped or murdered people.

The confessions usually lead to the asylum procedure being stopped and instead an appraisal of the facts by the relevant law enforcement agency starts. If the plausibility of the information is confirmed in an audit, the criminal prosecution authority will initiate a preliminary investigation. As a result, a ban on deportation comes into force and the asylum seeker can stay in Germany, even if he would otherwise have received no asylum. Unless he has participated in war crimes or committed crimes against humanity, deportation is possible. In such cases, no protection status can be granted to the person concerned. *

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