Arab Gangs Targeting Berlin Police with Threats and Sex Rumours to Intimidate Officers

Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, March 11, 2018

Arab criminal gangs operating in Berlin have been accused of targetting individual police officers with threats, including spreading rumours of sexual encounters with prostitutes, in order to intimidate or take revenge on officers.

Over the past several years, the power of Arab family organised crime gangs in Berlin has increased substantially as they have largely taken over the city’s drug and prostitution trade. According to a new report, the gangs are now using their power to threaten and intimidate authorities to stop investigations, German media reports.


Berlin police spokesman Benjamin Jendro said “such slander is very stressful for our colleagues.”

Another tactic the gangs use is to cause mayhem during arrests by calling on their large extended families to show up and cause trouble, with the intention being to free their family member in the ensuing chaos.

Direct threats are also said to be employed by gang members against officers which can and has included posting gang members outside police stations and the officers’ private homes to intimidate them. {snip}


The revelations come only months after allegations that Arab clan members were infiltrating the police force in Berlin following audio leaked from the Berlin police academy.

The unnamed instructor in the audio also complained about cadets from migrant and Muslim backgrounds, saying: “These are not colleagues, that’s the enemy. This is the enemy in our ranks and I have never felt such hostility in this class.”

Arab clans have also been accused of recruiting from Berlin’s asylum homes, promising young migrants easy cash for selling drugs. {snip}

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