Dutch authorities have been caught hiding crimes such as rape, murder and battery committed by third-world migrants by classifying them as “other incidents” to draw less attention to them and fuel the resettlement industry, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf has found.
The newspaper found that offenses listed as “other incidents” included 79 sex crimes such as rape, child pornography, and sexual abuse of minors. Law enforcement had to deal with 51 cases of migrant battery and 31 cases of murder or manslaughter that were mis-classified as well.
Additionally, police had to deal with four counts of kidnap or hostage taking, human trafficking on four occasions, and a disturbance of the peace on 73 occasions. These were hidden from the public view, as a clear trend is forming.
Dutch authorities have used these deceptive practices in the past. The newspaper had to use legal steps in order to get similar figures in 2017. The Ministry of Justice and Safety at first claimed they did not track the data, which turned out to be a lie as it was incredibly voluminous once it was discovered and released to media officials.
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