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12 Nigerian women attacked a worker at the refugee camp in Bavaria. They cornered him and demanded an apartment. They then put a scarf around his neck and tried to suffocate him.

He said that he didn’t fight back because they held up their babies as shields, and said they would drop them if they wouldn’t get to move into apartments.

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Google translate: A Nigerian woman should have tried to strangle an employee of the Inner Mission. (thanks to BJ):

A group of women attacked on Tuesday afternoon an employee of the Inner Mission (IM) Munich in Bayern Kaserne. About 15 asylum seekers from Nigeria would have the man who has worked as a manager of IM for the property, asked to give them an apartment. The reported Günther Bauer, Chairman of the Inner Mission, on Wednesday morning. “This is a completely new dimension,” said Bauer. It was the first time that one of his staff had been attacked.


According to the IM the women had surrounded the man in front of house 12 of the Bayern Kaserne and harassed, one of them tried to strangle him with his scarf. The employee of the Inner Mission had not fought since the women wore all babies or small children in their arms. Some of the women would have held up and threatened to drop them when the staff will give them no home their babies. Only with the arrival of police officers the situation had calmed down.
Three women are said to have beaten the 49-year-old’s face

Police said that they investigated four Nigerian women 21-30 years of age for grievous bodily harm. One of the women is not only trying to strangle the 49-year-old manager with a scarf. Three others are said to have beaten him in the face. As long as the women who were involved in the incident, already live in the Bayern Kaserne, was unclear, said Andrea Betz, director of the Refugee Division of the Inner Mission. At least, however, since the mission had taken over the house two months ago.

On Tuesday evening, there was another incident in a refugee camp in the West End. Several callers alerted against 21.35 clock the police and reported a brawl with up to 50 participants. As the emergency services arrived at the hotel in the Tübinger Straße, the brawl was ended. Two groups of Eritreans and Pakistanis were apparently in dispute get a milk that has been heated in a microwave. The situation escalated so much that a 24-year-old Eritrean suffered a fracture of the eye socket and a 27-year-old, also from Eritrea, a laceration and a sprain. A police spokesman praised the good support of the Security Service of the accommodation that have exemplary responding.

Courtesy of Pamela Geller.