“Polish” Human-Traffickers Busted in Germany

The following report by Egri Nök was published earlier at Vlad Tepes in a slightly different form.

26-Year-Old Female Clan Leader Makes Fortune by Trafficking More Than 100 Syrians To Germany Via Poland

by Egri Nök

An original translation from Lausitzer Rundschau

Police Raid — Family trafficks more than 100 Syrians to Germany via Poland

January 17, 2018

On Wednesday, police arrested a person in Berlin during a raid. Investigations of a Syrian-Polish gang are ongoing.

Berlin. German and Polish investigators are proceeding with raids against nine suspects from a family clan. Two persons were arrested in Germany. There is a search ongoing for another person. The charges: organized trafficking of foreigners.

by Andreas Blaser

It was still dark when police chief Markus Pfau gave the mission order to more than 170 officers of the Federal Police. Their target was a Syrian-Polish gang of traffickers, who allegedly trafficked more than 100 persons from Syria to Germany. As Pfau, the leader of the investigating Federal Police office for crime-fighting in Halle says to Rundschau, two people were arrested in nationwide raids. They were a 26-year-old female Polish national of Syrian ethnicity and a 40-year-old Syrian. They have been brought before the committing magistrate and are now in custody. A search for a third person is still ongoing, as well as for three more Polish nationals. There are a total of nine suspects, but not all of them are wanted with an arrest warrant. The members of the gang are organized in a family-like structure, according to Federal Police. The head of the traffickers, who seemed to have been organizing the operations, is the 26-year-old female Polish national who was arrested in Germany. She is the principal suspect accused.

Most of the accused are from Syria, but migrated to Poland years ago, and grew up there. Some of them married Polish citizens and therefore hold dual citizenship. According to investigations by the Federal Police, in approximately in the second half of 2016 the gang of traffickers began trafficking Syrians to Germany. Their method: The Syrians, who were no longer living in their homeland, but in the Gulf region in the United Arab Emirates, some of them for quite a long time, organized Polish tourist visas — but with false details and with the help of the traffickers. From the Gulf region they flew to Poland — very likely to the capital, Warsaw — and then travelled on overland to Germany. The large Autobahn transits in Frankfurt an der Oder and Görlitz-Ludwigsdorf, but also Guben, Forst and Podrosche in Saxony were probably used. Once in Germany, the Syrians applied for asylum, in order to be able to claim the benefits associated with it.

The investigations by the Federal Police and Polish Border Protection might be able to shed new light on the repeated cases of trafficking in the border regions of Brandenburg and Saxony. Over the past months and years, large groups of refugees have repeatedly been apprehended who apparently illegally crossed the border. Most of these were Iraqis and Russians from Islamic Chechnya, however.

According to the statements of the Federal Police, the traffickers received about €8,000 per person, which means that, according to the current state of the investigation, the gang made about €300,000. But if the police estimate of about 100 trafficked persons turns out correct, the gang’s earnings will be remarkably higher. The profit explains why the traffickers exerted strong pressure to receive their margin. The current investigations of the police end in the first quarter of 2017, which suggests more cases in later activity by the gang.

Even when the current police action on Wednesday was focused on Berlin, the officers were busy until the afternoon in almost all German states. There, and in Berlin, mobile phones, digital storage devices and a large sum of money were seized. Police spoke of “significant assets”.

According to police and the judiciary, the accused are charged with the professional and gang-like trafficking of foreigners. In addition, there are investigations against several accused on suspicion of social fraud and fraudulent application for asylum. Even some of the members of the Syrian-Polish family are suspected of having applied as politically persecuted asylum seekers in Germany.

7 thoughts on ““Polish” Human-Traffickers Busted in Germany

  1. Yet more enrichment …. except it’s not the (cultural) kind that ‘They’ promised when the floodgates were opened and carte blanche was extended!

    It’s truly bizarre that tax-paying citizens of European countries trudge off to work day after day to pay taxes which in turn are being used to fund criminality which contributes absolutely nothing to societal wellbeing.

    Where is the outrage?

  2. Another unintended consequence of the “vibrancy” that immigration brings. Based on my anecdotal observations here in Warsaw, the number of African and Middle Eastern tourists (?)/migrants (?) has increased substantially. Groups of Arab or Turkish men congregate in several local coffee shops. I see some of them on a regular basis, apparently not employed in a regular job. Poland’s immgiration policy is stellar compared to Western Europe, but there is still shadiness and corruption going on under the surface, as this article indicates.

    • That’s because there is money to be made in the “refugee” biz. BIG money.

      The migrants are a commodity, mostly worthless on their own merits, but gaining great value because of the vast amounts of money being poured in from the top by people who want them there, in Europe.

      The infusion of all this cash makes the smuggling business thrive, because on the surface there must be a pretense that the new arrivals are coming in legally, poor pitiful families standing at the gate waiting for entry into the European socialist paradise.

      But the reality is quite different. The big money wants them in Europe, legally or illegally, so that money finds its way into the hands of criminals who can get them there.

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