Violence against police officers is disgusting, but Seehofer's studies-advance is just a distraction

What images, what conditions! Bawling hordes are going to go off in Frankfurt on the Opera course at the police. They throw bottles, to hurt men and women in Un

Violence against police officers is disgusting, but Seehofer's studies-advance is just a distraction

What images, what conditions! Bawling hordes are going to go off in Frankfurt on the Opera course at the police. They throw bottles, to hurt men and women in Uniform with cullet. They "accompany" their violent actions with the left outside-call "All Cops are Bastards". And passers-by cheer with a friendly applause. Message: Here we are, we hate you, we regard you as fair game.

This week in Frankfurt, a few weeks ago in Stuttgart. The image of an angry man, enters with momentum, and full force in the back of a policeman, has burned into my memory. The operations pile up so. This is far more than a Party riot, which ran out of control. The police officers on the Opera square, and her colleague in Stuttgart are representative for this state, you are supposed to protect. Make your back-breaking work is a quasi-representing 82 million people in the country, you are endangering your health for us.

Who is silent, agrees that violence against police officers to the

And so also "we are all now" asked, to outlaw the actions of clear. As passers-by on the street, as neighbors during a chat in the stairwell, as friends at the Party, as journalists in the Public. Because in this tense situation, the evil of wisdom applies more than ever: Who is silent, agrees.

The next level: If the evidence against the 39 suspects from Frankfurt rich, you must prove to the rule of law, the police defend the officers, that he stands ready just in case, again, for your protection. Harsh penalties, the correct answer to the address of the offender and at the same time, the due Signal: This state is well-fortified.

dpa/Michael Kappeler/Reuters pool/Reuters German interior Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU)

Seehofer's süffisanter sound irritated

the German interior Minister, Horst Seehofer, has now formulated its response: a study of violence against police officers here to. "In Germany, many of the police studies talk. We need, I believe, a study of violence against police officers," said the CSU politician, the "Münchner Merkur". The slightly sardonic tone in which he introduces his push, irritated. And the connection he makes to the rejected study on right-wing extremism in the police appears to be inappropriate – just as we must distinguish between the one and the other study.

The facts – what happened in Stuttgart and Frankfurt – are pretty clear on the table. They flickered now, so to speak, on millions of screens. You illustrated what you can read in the latest situation report of the BKA (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA): "36.126 cases ,resisting, and assault on law enforcement officers and the same persons were registered in 2019 by the police, nearly 3,000 more cases than in the previous year." private police officers in the city centre of Frankfurt.

There were attacked officials in Augsburg, Germany, during a Routine traffic control by several men with punches attacked. Since police officers in Regensburg were maltreated with paving stones. As a police officer was injured in a control of persons at the Munich Central station with a knife and, and, and.

that's It. A long time ago.

offenders with a history of immigration?

If for the Frankfurter violence-escalation confirmed that a majority of offenders has a history of immigration, it is also a Testament to the weaknesses of the Integration in Germany. But they are illuminated sufficiently. There is no knowledge, but rather an implementation problem.

It is important that service Mr Seehofer decided before his people. This is his duty. Police officers you don't, beats, spit you not insulted you. The note of the Minister is important. Unfortunately, he is not a mere banality.

What, in this situation, a study on violence against police officers? The situation is obvious. That Seehofer in his Interview, making an indirect connection between the rejected study of covert right-wing extremism and a possible study of violence against police officers, is absolutely unnecessary. It gives almost the impression that you had to decide somehow, what grievances to refuse.

in Front of black and brown sheep

protect may very well be angry about the attacks against the police officers and it also appears to hold to gain a robust picture of hidden right-wing extremism in the police. The vast majority of the forces that have to do with such tendencies, nothing at all to deserved it, that clearly sets out what is exceptional and what a rule, the German police officers. The need to be protected from black sheep in their ranks. In front of brown also. A look at the Hessian police shows that there is something to clarify.

so anyone Who wants both – the red card is a stand against any violence against the police and at the same time, clarity on right – wing extremist tendencies-a completely logical Position. He (or she) is on the side of the many, many police officers who are clearly on the side of the freedom Constitution that protect you. Day-to-day.

ZDF-man makes him after ten minutes, still same question, it is sufficient Söder FOCUS Online/Wochit As the ZDF-man makes him after ten minutes, still same question, it is sufficient Söder

Updated Date: 21 July 2020, 05:26

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