The gang of migrants who attacked two pensioners on a Munich subway train are from Afghanistan—they have been living in Germany for four years following the rejection of their asylum applications, the MailOnline reports.
A Munich police spokesman told the MailOnline it is a ‘big problem’ that so many migrants are allowed to remain in Germany even after their requests for asylum were turned down.
Police spokesman Sven Mueller said: “They have come here and their asylum requests have been rejected, but we aren’t able to send them home because there are no flights.”
“A lot of people who have come here from war zones, from Iraq, Afghanistan or Somalia, can’t be sent back when their asylum requests are denied because it’s too dangerous.”
“It’s a big problem for Germany, and everywhere in Europe.”
“We have some people, from countries with civil wars, who have been here like this for 10 or 15 years.”
Released this week, shocking footage of the Munich U-Bahn assault shows the Afghan men grappling with an elderly man, pinning him against a railing and verbally abusing him.
The video—reportedly shot while travelling from Munich’s Sendlinger Tor station to the Metro’s city centre stop—was initially uploaded to the Facebook page of Munich resident Tom Roth.
According to reports, Roth said the fight broke out after a female passenger complained after one of the Afghans placed his hand on her back.
After the video went viral on Tuesday, sparking a police investigation, officers were able to track down the men involved. The identities of the three men and their two victims have been confirmed—but do not expect justice to be handed down any time soon.
“No crime has technically been committed, so maybe they will go to court in a few months, maybe they will get fined 200 Euros, but nothing much,” said Mueller to MailOnline.
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