The situation around the country’s primary reception facility for asylum seekers in Suhl is becoming critical. It’s a case of drug trafficking, extortion, theft.
What’s going on in the accommodation on the Friedberg? Up to 500 refugees, Afghans, Eritreans, Syrians live in the shelter. And apparently they are taking their toll on the city and the police.
In fact, the number of police operations rose to 41 between February and April. According to the Ministry of the Interior, there were only 19 in the same period last year. 133 criminal charges were filed against 121 suspects during this period, including for assault, threat and residence offences.
The most recent incident was in April when 50 residents provoked a large-scale deployment, rioted and attacked each other with slats and iron bars.
According to Jürgen Hoffmann, regional head of the German Police Union (DPolG), this is only the tip of the iceberg:…
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