Germany: Newly Arrived Migrants Forming Criminal Clan Gangs
Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Agency (BKA) has claimed that recently-arrived migrants are forming their own criminal clan gangs and are pressuring existing Arab and Lebanese gang families.
Holger Münch, head of the BKA, said that migrants were involved in at least a third of the cases involving Arab-linked clan families but said that the Syrians and Iraqis had not yet formed formal criminal networks, Deutsche Welle reports.
The BKA head told broadcaster ARD that authorities should watch developments closely and not repeat prior mistakes that have led to the rising power of Lebanese migrant gangs in parts of the country.
Researcher Blames Multiculturalism for Rise of Arab Clan Gangs in Germany https://t.co/2P3E6grIzV— Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) March 10, 2019