Friday, March 10, 2017

Germany Axe Attacker is from Yugoslavia, Lived in Wuppertal

Here's what happened. The question is who did it.
Seven people including two police officers were injured when a man wielding an axe went on the rampage at a train station in Dusseldorf.
His victims included three men, a woman and a 13-year-old girl, with the teenager suffering lacerations to her upper arm. Three were seriously injured.
The 36-year-old man, described as being from 'the former Yugoslavia' and living in the nearby city of Wuppertal, suffered serious injuries and was being treated in a hospital.

The authorities are, very predictably, blaming "psychological problems". This has been the same excuse used for nearly every individual Muslim terrorist in the past few years. So it's meaningless.

The relevant questions are which part of Yugoslavia is he from and what is his name. The authorities are eager to tell us about his mental problems instead of providing a very simple piece of information.
Wuppertal is also an interesting locale. It has a major Islamist problem. It was the site of the Sharia patrols. It would be an entirely plausible spot for a Jihadist to originate from. And it wouldn't be the first Islamic terror axe attack in Germany that the authorities tried to cover up.
It's possible the attacker wasn't a Muslim. But the track record of the authorities in this regard is utterly terrible.

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