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The incident took place in the town of Ellwangen in southern Germany overnight into Monday when a group of police officers arrived at a local refugee reception center. They were due to find and deport a Togolese man, 23, the Aalen police department said in a statement on Wednesday.
The officers had already detained the man and put him into a police car, when a crowd of about 50 people, who were living in the reception center, demanded the Togolese national be released "in an aggressive and threatening manner."
"We believe that those who confronted [the police], were also in an extremely tense situation," Weber said, adding that the migrants apparently "got carried away" by some sort of a corporate feeling and took the actions "they would have probably never taken following a thorough consideration."
originally posted by: Wardaddy454
Where's our resident German (that I know of), we need him to weigh in on how united Germany is, and how wonderful a place it will be in 20 years.
Berlin circa 1944 was safer for Jews than what Berlin circa 2018 is.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: Cygnis
If the government wanted to deal with this, they could - they could just send in the military to kill them all, without prejudice.
originally posted by: verschickter
This is not the first incident of that kind in Ellwangen. I´ve reported it over the years here on ATS, here are the posts. So you get a slight idea HOW ffed up this really is:
Please read and see for yourself.