At least 8,991 nonwhite invaders in Germany who claimed to be minors have “vanished” since January this year, police have admitted—more than twice as many as all of last year.
The Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt) has confirmed that by July 1, at least 8,991 “unaccompanied refugee children” and “young people” had been reported missing.
Most of those claiming to be children are supposedly aged between 14 and 17 years old—but the widespread use of false ages among the invaders to claim extra benefits and qualify even more quickly for “asylum” makes these figures theoretical.
The number of “minors” who have “gone missing” this year has doubled since January, when “only” 4,749 invader “minors” were known to be “missing” from the state-provided centers.
The majority of those registered as missing were supposedly aged between 14 to 17 years (8,046), while 867 claimed to be under the age of 13. In addition, another 78 claimed to be 18 or 19.
The BKA added that it was “hard to keep tally” as so many of the invaders arrived without identity papers and their low level of education and literacy meant that they often spelled their name many different ways, even when they were not being deliberately deceptive.
In February this year, the European police agency Europol estimated that at least 10,000 “unaccompanied refugee children” had gone missing after arriving in Europe. More recently, it said the number is now considerably higher.
In May this year, it was reported that many “unaccompanied minor refugee”-criminals arrested in Germany over the past few months have proven so violent that they can no longer be detained in youth offender prisons and have had to be moved to adult institutions.
The nonwhite invaders have smashed up the youth prisons, destroyed property, and assaulted guards—and are now under lockdown in more stringently-controlled facilities.
In Vienna, Austria, at least 30 percent of all nonwhite invaders pretending to be refugees have now been arrested for criminal offenses—including at least seven aged under the age of ten.
The level of crime committed by these “unaccompanied minors” was already so high last year that the Die Welt newspaper reported that police in Hamburg had “capitulated to the criminal refugee children.”