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Report from Frankfurt: deportation nightmare for all

you bite, cry and hurt with in the mouth of the hidden razor blades: A day at the Federal police at Frankfurt airport and shows why removals fail often. Seba

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Report from Frankfurt: deportation nightmare for all

you bite, cry and hurt with in the mouth of the hidden razor blades: A day at the Federal police at Frankfurt airport and shows why removals fail often.

It is 6:30 PM, as the feds know, in the immigration area of Frankfurt airport: This will be a frustrating day - like so many others. 79 people today are in aircraft are set to exit Germany. However, already early in the Morning, ten foreigners authorities have reported that they have not found the persons to be deported. "It will not stay," said a police officer.

Parking in the neon light: The rejected asylum seekers, see, before you have to leave Germany. In small buses, you will be brought by police officers or employees of the immigration authorities from all over Germany to Frankfurt airport. With a large lift, it then goes into a sealed-off part of the terminal. The door closes, the Parking lot disappears. The top Federal police officers take agents out of the country.

"I want to stay, Germany is beautiful,"

Now you take a young Afghans. He has lived in the past two years with his older brother in Germany. Asylum, he had asked, but was already in Italy. The country he reached a refugee boat. Under EU law, that is to say: In the country of arrival of the asylum must be processed for a resolution. "But since I was only four days. Then Germany! I want to stay. Germany is beautiful," he explains to the police officers. The young man who looks like a Boy says: He is in the air.

A policeman brings coffee for all, and assumes you're trying to build trust. The facilitate the work. Whom to trust, the man does not want to disappoint. So that's the Plan. Initially for the Afghans reserved the flight to Milan has left Frankfurt already. The Federal police Bay now in the next machine three places. A for the Afghans, the other two Federal police officers. You will accompany the man to be spontaneous and to intervene, if he spits on the scheduled flight to Milan, bites and screams. Like so many, ending their dream of a life in Germany at the Frankfurt airport.

If the dream of a life in Germany: German Federal police at Frankfurt airport, bring a man to a deportation flight to Afghanistan.

Bureaucratic nightmare in an endless loop

It is 9:30 PM, and other foreigners, authorities have reported that they are not rejected asylum seekers. Meanwhile, there are more than 30 Cancellations. This means that The Federal police will have to cancel flights again later, contact with the authorities in countries of destination. Many rejected asylum seekers do not have passports. Embassies have issued replacement securities, which are but only valid for few weeks. A deportation is not in this period of time, the opportunity only once, missed. A bureaucratic nightmare in an endless loop.

"repatriations, deportations - this is a very complex process in Germany. There are over 5000 foreigners authorities, the Federal police must work together at Frankfurt airport," says Reza Ahmari, spokesman for the Federal police at Frankfurt airport.

razor blade in the pants

It is noon. From the South of Germany a man is brought from Nigeria. He has already torn on the Bus, sweaters, pants and underpants away from the body. The man wants to leave Germany in any case. Naked, he is now in the Parking lot in front of the Elevator. Police wrap him in Blankets and put the man in a wheelchair. Also, he should return to Italy.

a Little later, A man from Chad yells, and is worn on the arms and legs in a with rubber mats padded room. Next door to police officers to find the blade during a search of a razor sewn into a pair of underpants. Often people have hidden you in the mouth. They hurt themselves; bleeding no one will be brought on a plane. "To be attacked, we are so rare," says Reza Ahmari. "Usually it goes more to have bite wounds."

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