The Assassin VomBerliner Breitscheidplatz, Anis Amri, would have deported according to a report already months before its attack in December 2016 networks. The reports of RBB and Berlin Morning Post rely on internal documents for authorities. Thus, DieAbschiebung ultimately failed to believe that German authorities believed that y had not taken Amris of palm prints, which were necessary for corresponding documents from Amris Homeland Tunisia. According to report, however, se prints were quite different – and two times.
The fact that Amris deportation had only barely failed was bereitsbekannt. On 30 July 2016, a good month after rejection of an asylum application, federal police had picked up Tunisian at EinerRoutinekontrolle in Friedrichshafen. The cops found out he was going to be deported and taken inAbschiebehaft. However, competent immigration authority Imnordrhein-Westphalian Kleve had ordered Amri to be discharged, since his country of origin Tunisia was not able to cooperate verweigereund a deportation.
In concrete terms, deportation of missing Ausweispapieren Amris – and refusal of Tunisia to provide replacement papers, failed. According to report of RBB and tomorrow post, Federal Republic would have to send Tunisians to Amris in addition to UndFingerabdrücken's photograph. DieAusländerbehörde in Kleve also asked for se handprints, but without success.Authorities took three times Amris hand prints
Internal documents are now supposed to show that prints are already at time of templates. They were already taken at AmrisEinreise 2015 by police in Freiburg and were stored in derDatenbank of Federal Criminal office and police authorities derBundesländer. At a check in February 2016nahm, according to report, Berlin police Handflächenabdrückedes Tunesiers and saved m in same database.
Only after Amri had to be released from deportation, authorities set mselves up for his deportation a undnahmen a third time palm prints of späterenAttentäters. They n sent m to Tunisia and finally got papers necessary for deportation – but only am21. December, two days after attack.
A BKA spokesperson said authority was not responsible for deportation of Amris. As a result, fingerprints available in BKA computer were not forwarded to relevant foreigners ' authorities in North Rhine-Westphalia. The foreigners ' authorities would never have asked BKA for desired fingerprints.Dealing with authorities with case Amri has already been criticized several times
The deputy chairman of parliamentary Control Panel of Bundestag, which is to control secret services, André Hahn (left), said to RBB that this is "sloppiness" on one hand, but obviously also a "structural failure if One hand does not know what or does, if you do not see in your own computer and find corresponding data re, which you have actually been searching for a long time ".
Ever since attack, reports of various errors and omissions of authorities before and after attack in December 2016 have been known. Lastly, in September, RBB and tomorrow's post, citing an internal police report, reported that Berlin police had initiated investigation measures foreseen in terrorist situations only three hours after attack. The measures refore include targeted search of surrounding area as well as a control of possible escape routes on roads or railway lines. As a result, Amri was free to move around city and escape freely.
In May it became known that in Berlin country criminal was attempted to manipulate files in case in order to conceal failure in a failed arrest Amris. The Berlin-based interior Senator Andreas hostage at time presented a complaint about punishment in office and forgery of documents.
On 19 December, Amri had killed a Lastwagenauf Christmas market at Berliner Gedächtniskirchegesteuert and twelve people. He had previously resided in Germany for fastanderthalb years. He used more one dozen fake identities, was observed as Gefährdereingestuft, by police and was temporarily inAbschiebehaft. After attack, he had escaped to Italy and was killed re days later in a shootout by a policeman.
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