Special police arrested ISIS supporting “asylum seekers” in Germany after they became violent and tried to escape from a quarantine imposed at the Thuringen Suhl migrant center, as revealed in a RAIR Foundation USA exclusively translated video.
After a migrant tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus at the migrant facility in the city of Suhl in Thuringia, Germany, a quarantine was ordered for the other 533 migrant residents, and the camp was sealed off.
A RAIR exclusively-translated video posted on March 17, 2020 revealed that fifteen to twenty ISIS-flag waving migrants from Georgia and Maghreb spearheaded the riots, in which they threatened to set fire to the facility, threw objects at police and sickeningly used children as human shields. The ISIS supporters also removed manhole covers in an attempt to escape and reach the city through the sewer system according to Wolfgang Nicolai, the chief inspector of Suhl State Police.
As the chaos unfolded, Chief Nicolai deployed 200 German police and SEK (Special Deployment Commando) to the refugee center in Suhl to remove the violent ringleaders.
In a dramatic scene, hundreds of police officers marched up the road towards the center wearing white protective suits, nose-mouth masks, safety glasses and helmets. The holsters for their service weapons can be seen strapped over their protective clothing.
The SEK units drove up with water cannons, armored personnel carriers and full protection body wear. The fire brigade was also on site in case the migrants followed through with their threats to set fire to the refugee center.
The group of migrants who caused unrest for days were separated and removed from the other residents. The illegals were taken to the former youth detention center in Arnstadt, said a spokesman for the state police directorate.
The Thuringen Suhl migrant center was also the scene of riots in August 2015 after “refugees” were angered “after an Afghan man tore pages from the Koran”, as reported at upi.com:
The confrontation escalated into a riot that involved around a hundred refugees. Nearly 125 police officers were dispatched to the scene to break up the fights, who were then pelted by the refugees with sticks and stones. Two police officers were seriously injured and seven police vehicles were damaged as well.
An additional riot occurred earlier that same month “when refugees refused to sleep in the facility’s hallways.”
Police removed troublemakers from refugee facility with a large contingent including a water cannon and a riot control vehicle.
In the city of Suhl in Thuringia, Germany police were on a Corona mission. In the refugee facility, several asylum seekers barricaded themselves off.
Their building was under quarantine following a confirmed case of the coronavirus. Since then no refugees have been permitted to leave the premises.
Thuringia: Coronavirus in the refugee facility — SWAT team mission in Suhl
SWAT team dispatched to refugee facility because of Merkel guests with an ISIS flag. Water cannon, riot control vehicle and police in Hazmat gear enter buildings around 5pm. The battle of Suhl 2020 A.D.
Video Translation: Many thanks to Miss Piggy