OUTRAGE: Germany Outlawed Release Of Berlin Jihadi’s Photo During Manhunt In Order “To Prevent Racism”
How many people could have been killed because the population wasn’t able to identify him? Was it this 12-hour delay in the release of the photo that enabled him to escape to Italy? Could he have been caught long before he shot that Italian cop? This was the world’s most wanted man and Germany banned the release of his photo for literally half of a day because they felt it was politically incorrect to release it because it portrayed a person of color in a bad light.
Excerpted From Breitbart: German police and judiciary have accused Hamburg Justice Minister Till Steffen of delaying the release of pictures of the Christmas market attacker Anis Amri because he was worried about provoking “racist” comments on Facebook.
Green Party politician Steffen cited “privacy concerns” when he initially prevented law enforcers from releasing pictures of Anis Amri.
However, it has been claimed by members of the judiciary and the police that Steffen, who is the head of the judicial authority in Hamburg, denied the release of images of Amri because he was concerned it would incite racial hatred.
It is alleged that he only released images after a 12-hour delay following a call from German newspaper Bild.
Joachim Lenders, Hamburg’s chief of police, told Bild:
“It is incomprehensible to throw such a spanner in the works of investigators. Steffen is incompetent.”
Parliamentary leader André Trepoll, who is a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party, called “Scandalsenator” Steffen a “security risk” for delaying the search for the world’s most wanted man.
CDU judiciary spokesman Richard Seelmaeker called for a special meeting of the Justice Committee, stressing: “Anis Amri allegedly murdered twelve people, but instead of using all means necessary to search for him, Hamburg’s green justice senator was more concerned about the state of comments in a Facebook post – which hindered our police.” Keep reading...