Three men with an "Arab-Oriental" appearance attacked two Bundeswehr soldiers in Bad Hersfeld in Hesse, Germany on Wednesday, injuring their victims. The first soldier they assaulted was wearing his uniform.
He met the trio at six in the morning when he was on his way to duty. They insulted him first by calling him a “Nazi”, “son of a bitch” and “child murderer” and spit on him. When the Bundeswehr member wanted to confront them, they hit him in the face, causing him to fall down. Subsequently, the attackers stepped on him.
Another soldier who tried to stop the attackers, could pull away one of the thugs, who then fled. The other two then attacked the second soldier before fleeing. Both the Bundeswehr members suffered severe bruises during the attack.
The two soldiers described the perpetrators as between 20 and 30 years old, with “tanned skin” and black hair. The victims said the perpetrators had an “Arab-oriental background,” a police spokesman told German weekly Junge Freiheit.
In yet another violent incident this week, passers-by were shocked late on Wednesday afternoon in the small town of Reifziehberg near Vilshofen in Lower Bavaria, to discover the near-lifeless body of an 11-year-old boy, blood-spattered and lying in front of an apartment building.
The boy had been running from a 25-year-old Eritrean, who had just attacked him with a knife and seriously injured the child. He was taken to hospital with the ambulance service.
His life could be saved through an emergency operation, and he is currently out of danger. Due to the knife attack he had sustained several severe puncture and cut injuries to his leg, upper body and neck.
The Eritrean was arrested after an immediate search was called. The murder weapon was also found. The suspect was presented to the magistrate on Thursday morning and charged with attempted murder.
According to the perpetrator, he rung the boy and asked about his mother, because she had helped him several times in completing various forms. When the boy replied that his mother was not there, he felt misunderstood and provoked because of language difficulties, he explained.
There seems to be some evidence that the suspect has “mental health problems”, the attorney general said and he excluded a jihadist motive.
Nothing was known about the residence status of the Eritrean.
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