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Smørdland-like knife murder attempt in IKEA Hamburg

In Hamburg-Schnelsen, Germany, a young man, 22, was stabbed on Saturday evening shortly after 6pm by a "Southerner" in the cashier area of IKEA.

Published: February 4, 2019, 6:52 am

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    The man was seriously injured after a targeted stabbing and had to be rushed to an intensive care unit in Hamburg. There, the 22-year-old victim was given an emergency life-saving procedure. But the German news portal t-online euphemistically reported on the stabbing attack by stating that “[T]he victim had to be treated in the hospital”.

    According to German tabloid Bild, a police spokeswoman said: “After that, the culprit fled to the parking lot and disappeared. The culprit is still at large.”

    Nine patrol cars were called in to search the area, but to date, no arrest has been made said a police spokesman. The background of the attack is still unclear they say, but there may have been an escalating conflict between the men before the attack.

    On Sunday morning, around 30 civil servants arrived in the IKEA car park in Schnelsen on behalf of the Hamburg murder enquiry. Rubbish bins, shopping trolleys, cardboard boxes, bushes, as well as the embankment to A7 were searched.

    An IKEA screwdriver and a rusted carpet knife were found – both items were secured by the investigators. The murder investigation will also evaluate the visual recordings from the Ikea store – but due to EU data protection regulation and privacy rights of the offender these are however currently not available for public perusal.

    The police are now looking for witnesses. The victim was stabbed in the back and only when he collapsed, the deep stab wound was noticed by bystanders.

    The suspect is described as follows in the politically correct Schleswig-Holstein newspaper shz:

    male
    25 years old
    1.70 to 1.75 meters tall
    slim stature
    short shaved hair
    dark outerwear

    But in the Hamburg police report from Saturday evening, the description “Mediterranean appearance” points clearly to a migrant perpetrator.

    Almost all German mainsteam media forgot to mention this critical detail in their search feature, knowingly removing it from their articles. The Hamburger Abendblatt explained that the bloody murder attempt was done in the “jam-packed” IKEA furnishing store “at peak time”.

    Die Welt has now completely blocked the commentary on the bloodshed in Hamburg-Schnelsen as well as another attack in St. Pauli.

    In August 2015 in an IKEA furniture store in the Swedish industrial town of Västerås, a 55-year-old woman and her son were stabbed by an Eritrean – Abraham Ukbagabir , 36. The deadly knife attack occurred in the kitchen department, with the EU guest selecting a knife from the IKEA range.

    Carola Herlin, Director of the Moro Backe Health Center, was murdered on August 10, along with her son. The murderer had twice been denied residency status in Sweden, because he had already been granted residency it in Italy, but he had not yet been deported.

    His two victims were literally beheaded. Surveillance cameras showed that the aggression emanated from the migrant after a brief exhortation of the murder victims just before which culminated in their death sentence.

    The IKEA branch in Västeras dropped knife products after the incident but not their corporate propaganda campaign. Previously, most IKEA photos showed lighthearted nuclear families: father, mother, daughter, son. In the 2016 catalogue however, this family model can only be seen on a single photo.

    The district court of Västmanland had sentenced the 36-year-old to life imprisonment, but the lawyer of the 36-year-old announced that he would appeal the verdict.

    Sweden’s largest morning paper, Dagens Nyheter, published an article after the double-murder, stating: “In recent weeks, several brutal murders have been committed, and many people ask themselves where society is headed. The answer is that Sweden has, after all, become a safer place.”

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