Denmark: Three out of four refugee children were adults

Denmark: Three out of four refugee children were adults
When the Danish authorities last year age tested the so-called unaccompanied refugee children, the tests showed that three out of four in fact were full grown adults.

A total of 282 "refugee children" were tested.
The test is based on the person's teeth, bones, and the genitals are checked.

Of the 282 tested it turned out that 203 were over 18 years and therefore had lied about their age.

It is easier for children to obtain asylum.

The Danish People's Party's group leader Peter Skaarup says that the party will demand that the new government tightens requirements further and test more unaccompanied refugee children.

- If one find so many who cheat, we should test more. At the same time it should have consequences for their chances to get asylum, he says to the Danish paper Metroxpress.

In Sweden, which do not perform any age testing of unaccompanied refugee children, it is believed that the percentage of adult men from the third world among the alleged children is even higher. In recent months, the inflow to Sweden has increased dramatically and this year is expected that a total of 10,000 so-called children will come - at an annual cost of about a million SEK per child/man.

The article photo shows the Swedish PM Stefan Löfven, visiting a group of refugee children.

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