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December 14, 2018 -- Stereotyping Islamic migrants as criminals is not unfounded. 

About one of every three inmates in Germany is foreign born. That number will change, however, as foreign born criminals beget criminals birthed in Germany. 

So what is life like in a German prison? It is preferred to the dysfunctional and failed crap-hole countries from which Islamic criminals fled. It is likely that Islamic invaders would prefer to spend decades in a cush German prison with free food, shelter, education, and medical attention than be deported. 

From ▼ Marcel Leubecher  (Google translation)

There are more and more foreign prisoners in German prisons: Compared to 2017, the number has risen by almost five percent. Nevertheless, authorities rarely use the instrument of enforcement in the country of origin.

The number of foreign prisoners has increased further. According to the Federal Statistical Office, as of March 31, 16,267 foreign prisoners and security guards were imprisoned in German prisons . That was five percent more than a year earlier. In the meantime, almost one in three (32 percent) of the 50,957 inmates is a foreigner . This proportion is disproportionately high compared to the proportion of foreigners in the population: in Germany there are a total of 10.6 million foreigners, which corresponds to a quota of around twelve percent.

By contrast, the number of German prisoners dropped significantly from 36,121 last year to 34,690 at the end of March this year. Since 2012, when the number was still at 44,841, it declined steadily - by a total of about a quarter. In the statistics, inmates who have both German and foreign nationality are designated as Germans. The number of foreign prisoners has increased steadily since 2012 (13,232). At first slightly, since 2015 (13,694) significantly (2016: 14,605). Particularly high is the proportion of foreigners among the prisoners in the city states of Hamburg (58 percent) and Berlin (51 percent), but also in Baden-W├╝rttemberg (49 percent).

As the number of inmates who can only communicate through an interpreter increases, the detention centers are increasingly employing staff who speak the languages of the detainees. Existing employees are trained to do this. Among the foreign prisoners in 2018, the Turks (2366), the Poles (1316), the Romanians (1143) and the Moroccans (648) were the largest nationality groups. With average expenditures of 122 euros per day - the amount called the country Baden-Wuerttemberg for its prisoners - arise with the foreign inmates nationwide about 720 million euro costs in this year.

Rarely arrest in the country of origin

Despite the heavy burden of foreign offenders, the German authorities rarely use the instrument of enforcement in the country of origin . As WELT reported in July, fewer than 200 convicted foreigners have been taken abroad each year to serve their sentences.


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