“In a month, I’ll be here again and I’ll kill Germans,” an illegal alien Afghan threatened as German police attempted to take him into custody during a violent confrontation last week.
According to a June 2 report by the German newspaper Die Welt, the 20 year-old illegal alien issued the threat as hundreds of violent left-wing extremists assaulted police and tried to block the deportation (Google Translate):
“[T]he Afghan threatened an attack after his arrest in the event of his deportation. The confirmed police officer Michael Petzold of the WELT: The man said, "In a month, I'll be here again, and I'll kill Germans."
“Minister of the Interior (Joachim) Herrmann responsible for the escalation of the situation the left-wing autonomous scene: "According to the reports to me, people from the left-wing extremist-autonomous scene targeted the police," Herrmann said on Thursday. First of all, the operation was completely peaceful. "The situation has escalated only when the left-wing chaos were intermingling among the students and bombarding the police, among other things, with bicycles and bottles."
Herrmann said that the “aggressive mob” injured 10 policeman and assaulted a government employee:
“There can be no talk of peaceful protesters when an ‘aggressive mob injured ten policemen and even beaten a civil servant.’ One of the arrested was a famous left-wing extremist from the Turkish-Kurdish region.”
The Afghan illegal alien is accused of committing passport fraud:
“It thus became clear that the man had deceived the authorities in the passport for years. ‘This is a criminal offense,’ underlined President Bauer. "According to the law of foreigners, the man is thus a criminal."
A German court, subsequently, ordered that the Afghan be released from custody, pending his scheduled court appearance on June 30.
According to Die Welt:
"The Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) was horrified."