A police officer from Anhalt-Bitterfeld has been suspended from service due to his Facebook postings. He is faced with disciplinary proceedings. The reason is his claim that there were official statements from the police saying that refugee crimes should not be prosecuted. The Interior Ministry expressly denies this.
... According to Moritz, Kleuckling is still an officer, as before, he continues to receive his salary despite the suspension. The disciplinary proceedings will now clarify whether he has infringed service regulations. The consequences of that - reduction of salary or even dismissal - remain open.Source
Part of his Facebook post reads:
Official statements in all police directorates in the state of Saxony-Anhalt and even country-wide...Crimes committed by foreigners and refugees of theft, assault, robbery, etc. should not be prosecuted ...But I have to put a 73-year old inside for 30 days because he stole alcohol...a poor old men that has been let down by society. I didn't learn this profession for your incompetent decisions.