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January 21, 2022

Danish police: Romanians will kill you for EUR 15

Copenhagen authorities say that ever since Romania joined the European Union in 2007, criminality problems posed by Romanian citizens have increased significantly, Realitatea TV reports. Romanian top crime rate charts in Denmark, according to a Danish police spokesperson quoted by local media. Ove Dahl, the officer who led the investigation against Marian Clita, suspected of having killed a flight attendant in a Copenhagen hotel, said that “Romanians have no scruples” and they “would kill you for (…) EUR 15.” The statement was printed on the front page of daily ‘Politiken’ and then taken over by several other Danish publications.

Dahl also said that Romanians come first when it comes to thefts, burglaries and other kinds of offences. Moreover, a third of prostitutes in Denmark come from Romania, the police spokesperson said.

His comments came as last week, it was revealed that Clita, a now famous killer after beating communist dissident Gheorghe Ursu to death in jail, was detained in relation to another murder, that of a Danish flight attendants. Clita was detained for 25 days pending investigation. He admitted to having hit the flight attendant, but insisted that he did not kill her.

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