Below, a peculiar video from German news about how the police were more concerned about who leaked the video, than about catching the people who kicked the German woman down the stairs. But is this an isolated case? Or German government policy?
A case can be made against a civil servant who released information to the public that may be in violation of rational German laws. But what about when secrets are kept from the public in order to force certain opinions about policies?
Shortly after the mass gropings, robberies and other antisocial acts by large numbers of organized Muslim migrants from multiple countries, usually posing as Syrian refugees, took place at the Cologne train station last year, it was revealed on a Polish TV channel that the government had ordered all cameras from the area be wiped clean of all footage that may have shown the attacks.
This was clearly not to assist the course of justice, but to utterly prevent it. Perhaps in order not to put Merkel's policy of national cultural suicide in a bad light.
Fortunately, enough police were sufficiently disgusted with what took place in Cologne, that their own body camera footage was released not too long ago, and published here at The Rebel.
As to whether or not this is policy, these two videos of Angela Merkel may give some indications:
Merkel is interviewed by a sympathetic ideological fellow traveler:
Merkel explains that the real problem is that Germans need to integrate with the migrants: