Germany: Turkish-speaking students torture 12-year-old child on film, police investigation already halted

By John Cody
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In a harrowing video, a group of Turkish-speaking students torture a 12-year-old victim, with the film showing the victim repeatedly beaten, forced to kneel, and verbally insulted.

Despite the serious nature of the crime, police are discontinuing their investigation, stating that the young age of the perpetrators, who are also 12, means no charges can be filed.

The video was filmed in the city of Uetersen in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, with the picture and videos published by German newspaper Bild.

Patrick, the 12-year-old victim, had his face pixelated to protect his identity. Bild newspaper notes the entire video is brutal and shows serious physical assault against the victim.

The shots show the perpetrators putting the victim, Patrick, in a state of complete fear, pulling his hair, punching him, and asking to beg forgiveness. Patrick’s face is covered in red marks and apparent blood where he was punched and hit.

The Turkish youth scream “Fuck off!” in Turkish during the video when they finally let their victim go.

There were allegedly five boys involved, with three watching on and one filming. One girl was reportedly also present.

Bild reports that the video was already filmed in February, but a police investigation for assault and torture has already been closed, with the police saying their hands are tied.

“The (…) students are 12-year-old children who are not yet of criminal responsibility according to the law,” said a police spokesperson.

The victim was humiliated on camera in the snuff video, but the victim and the perpetrators still attend the same school.

“From the point of view of the school supervision, the (school) reacted exactly in the right way by immediately involving the police and providing support for the affected student,” a spokeswoman for the Pinneberg district told Bild.

It is unclear if the Turkish-speaking perpetrators will suffer any consequences for the attack, even though the students attend the same school.

According to a spokeswoman, sanctions against the student can only be applied “when incidents have been fully clarified and appropriate resolutions have been made in class conferences. In the case of massive acts of violence, this can also include a referral to another school.”

As Remix News has previously reported, schools are increasingly unsafe and chaotic due to mass immigration, with higher rates of teacher burnout and plummeting national test scores.

It is also not the first video of its kind, with another similar video going viral across Germany showing a young German girl being severely beaten on camera for hours in southern Germany, with none of the perpetrators facing any legal consequences. The victim’s mother reportedly collapsed in shock after seeing the video.

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