Austria, Germany: One In Two Refugees Facing Criminal Charges, Refugees Commit Minimum 50% Of All Crimes

This is no surprise to anyone.

Last week we reported that based on newly released statistics from the German government, 45% of all crimes come from Merkel’s new “refugees.” Well, Germany’s southern neighbor, Austria, has confirmed Germany’s conclusions through its own statistics. According to their numbers, a minimum of 50% of all crimes are committed by these new “refugees.” Not only that, but Austria has proved these numbers are consistent going back as far as 2003.

The mathematical statistics bear out what everybody else knows from lived experience: the refugees are the source of the problems.

From the Kroner:

Statistics from the Federal Criminal Agency show that in the period 2003 to 2014 one of of every two asylum seekers had criminal charges filed against them. In this it is striking that most of the crimes were committed by people from Algeria (155 per 100 asylum applicants), Georgia (151) and Nigeria (129). According to a “Presse” report, among Syrians the number is around 8 – however the year 2015, in which the major flow of refugees from Syria set in, is not included. 80% of the crimes were committed by men.

From 2003 to 2014 the annual clear-up rate for crimes in Austria was between 40 and 45 per cent. In three to five per cent of cases, asylum seekers were determined to be the perpetrators. That is relatively high as the share of asylum seekers in the entire population – depending on year – was only around 0.1 to 0.3%. The statistics only include migrants who also receive basic provision pay-outs from the Austrian state.

http://shoebat.com/2016/03/14/first-german-now-austrian-government-admits-that-minimum-50-of-all-crimes-come-from-the-new-refugees/

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