Terror Suspects Could be Forced to Wear Electronic Tags Under Radical Proposal from German Justice MinisterJanuary 9th, 2017
Do you get it yet?
Do you see what becomes possible when they create the problem in the first place?
If you think this would just be used on “Islamic extremists,” read the statement from Heiko Maas carefully:
“The use of ankle tags should not be only available for convicted criminals after release from prison, but for those identified as a general threat as well.”
I think the politicians—responsible for letting “the terrorists” into Germany—are a “general threat” and they should have to wear these things.
Suspected Islamic extremists could be forced to wear electronic tags without trial in Germany, under radical new proposals put forward by the country’s justice minister.
Heiko Maas said he wanted to extend the use of electronic ankle tags to those deemed a potential terror threat even if they have not been convicted of any crime.
The proposals come as senior ministers in Angela Merkel’s government prepare to meet on Tuesday to discuss security reforms in the wake of last month’s Christmas market terror attack in Berlin, in which 12 people died.
Anis Amri, the attacker, was able to move freely around Germany despite being identified as a terror threat because police could not secure enough evidence to arrest him.
Mr Maas called for a “preventive offensive” against the threat from Islamic extremism.
“The use of ankle tags should not be only available for convicted criminals after release from prison, but for those identified as a general threat as well,” he said.
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