North and sub-Saharan Africans—named as coming from the Gambia, Nigeria, and Somalia—are particularly noted for their violence, and the amount of crimes they commit is completely disproportionate to their numbers.
The Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) report, which covers the period January to September 2016, said that its figures only represented cases with already identified perpetrators, and not ongoing cases. As a result, the “database is therefore not exhaustive” and is likely to rise further as offenders are identified.
The largest number of crimes—79 percent—were those committed “against personal liberty”—that is, assault. Theft constituted the second largest offender category, counterfeiting, forgery, swindling, and racketeering making up the majority of the remainder of crimes.
About 278 of the 366 murders or attempted murders involved “immigrants” as both victims and perpetrators, the report revealed. At least 37 of the murder/attempted murder victims were identified as German nationals.
Out of the total 214,600 serious crimes, at least 67,300 were committed by invaders against each other, mostly inside the “reception centers” around the country.
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