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Ellwangen, Germany: 200 Africans forcibly prevent the expulsion of a Congolese migrant

On Monday night, three police cars arrived at a migrant center in the town of Ellwangen, Baden-Württemberg with the intention of deporting a 23-year-old Congolese citizen to his country of origin. They were met with resistance by approximately 200 African migrants, who surrounded the patrol cars and began harassing the officers. The police succeeded in locating the man and putting him in handcuffs, but the reaction was so severe that they were finally forced to remove the cuffs and set him free.

One of the officers involved recounted, “They were so aggressive and threatening that we had to let the man go.”

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