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German men claiming paternity of migrant children in exchange for cash, prosecutors say

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German men are profiting off migrants by falsely claiming to be the fathers of refugee children in exchange for cash, prosecutors say.

The scheme allows for migrant children to become citizens and for their mothers to stay in Germany.

Pregnant women are paying German men several thousand euros to claim they are the fathers of their children, according to an investigation by German media outlet RBB.

The women – who typically enter the country on tourist visas – come from various parts of the world, including Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa.

 

https://on.rt.com/8dtx

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3 hours ago, ESET said:

German men are profiting off migrants by falsely claiming to be the fathers of refugee children in exchange for cash, prosecutors say.

The scheme allows for migrant children to become citizens and for their mothers to stay in Germany.

Pregnant women are paying German men several thousand euros to claim they are the fathers of their children, according to an investigation by German media outlet RBB.

The women – who typically enter the country on tourist visas – come from various parts of the world, including Eastern Europe, Asia, and Africa.

 

https://on.rt.com/8dtx

Pff further destruction of Germany in search of wads of cash. They should be ashamed of themselves!

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