This video says about itself:
Germany: Refugee ‘abuse’ by security guards investigated
28 September 2014
One image appears to show the foot of a German security guard pressed against the neck of an Algerian asylum seeker.
The refugee centre, the security company and four workers are being investigated.
Translated from weekly Der Spiegel in Germany today:
Abuse in asylum seeker centers: “Glory and honour” on the forearm
By Jörg Diehl, Dusseldorf
Are some security guards of the asylum home in Burbach from the neo-Nazi scene? According to SPIEGEL ONLINE information, one of the men has a tattoo pointing in that direction. …
The ill-treatment of North African refugees in the asylum center in Burbach had perhaps a right-wing extremist background. According to information obtained by SPIEGEL ONLINE the former security guard Markus H., 30, apparently has on his forearm a tattoo “Glory and honour”. The slogan is popular with neo-Nazis …
The full nazi slogan is “Ruhm and Ehre für die Waffen SS”, glory and honour for the Waffen SS, Hitler’s paramilitary blackguards.
Markus H. and his former colleague Markus K., 26, stand accused of having a few weeks ago abused and humiliated a refugee in the Burbach asylum center in North Rhine-Westphalia.
A photograph, discovered on another guard’s telephone by investigators, shows the duo and a downed 28-year-old Algerian, whose hands are tied behind his back. H. stands with his right foot on the head of the helpless victim. …
As the North Rhine-Westphalian Interior Minister Ralf Jäger (SPD) said in Dusseldorf on Tuesday, the investigators examine currently the possibility of a xenophobic background for the abuses in asylum centers. According to SPIEGEL ONLINE information another former security guard from the home in Burbach, Maik L., is already under investigation for using symbols of unconstitutional organizations. However, L. so far is not one of the accused.
In an interview with SPIEGEL ONLINE, one of the former security guards from Burbach ascribed to some of his colleagues a “clearly right-wing extremist sentiments”. Another guard said to the Siegburger Kurier that the people concerned have a “clearly visible right wing background”.