A brutal eruption of violence in the city center shakes the Oberpfalzberg Amberg (Bavaria)!
Four young men (17-19, two Afghans, one Iranian, one Syrian) walked through the city for hours on end, apparently defeated passersby without distinction.
Brutal balance: twelve wounded from 13 to 42 years old. A 17-year-old had to stay in hospital for a head injury.
The series of violence began at 18.30 at Amberg station: one of the refugees would kick 13-year-old Nino M. without a stomach in the stomach, shortly after his friend Marco S. (29, landscape architect) had struck him.
Nino M. to BILD: "Suddenly one of the refugees was there, Marco began, saying:" Why did you fuck you "fuck me? Fuck yourself!" But Marco had said nothing. I asked the refugee why he said that to Marco. He just kicked me in the stomach. & # 39;
A moment later he would have left on Marco S: "He hit me with the palm of his hand in the face, completely struck me under the ear." Then the racket ran out of the station and continued the orgy of violence with his companions.
On the forecourt of the station one of the men insulted a girl (17) as a "whore". When the companions of the girl (both 17) intervened, they were hurt by blows in the face. At the train station, the suspects, according to eyewitnesses, would have pushed a man down a flight of stairs.
►Another victim (17) against BILD: "They cursed one of us as" Negroes "and immediately beaten, we wanted to run away, but they picked us up at the traffic light, there were at least six people. my friends were beaten, I was beaten and kicked. "
The trainee was hospitalized with bruises and concussions. A man who wanted to help the victims was also beaten up.
Then the attackers fled, they had to attack two passers-by and wounded. Immediately thereafter, three striker teams caught four men. One of them resisted, supposedly insulted a female officer as "F ****".
The Federal Minister of the Interior Horst Seehofer (69, CSU) was shocked. "The events in Amberg have really upset me, which are violent excesses that we can not bear," he told BILD.
"If asylum seekers commit violent crimes, they must leave our country, if the existing laws are not enough, they must be changed." He announced proposals for the GroKo.
And further: "The clearly xenophobic motivated Amokfahrt in Bottrop has really touched me, and it is part of the political credibility to pursue both issues with determination and rigor."
CDU expert Christoph de Vries (44): "The unrestrained violence of these youthful refugees from the Middle East is astonishment How can someone so brutally and irreverently oppose the society that offers protection and assistance against war and violence? it is important to have severe sanctions from the judiciary and youth care services that make clear that this is anti-social, violent behavior has consequences. "
Rainer Wendt (62), head of the German police union (DPolG), said BILD: "The federal government spokesperson must explain the matter, it can not be that it is only a" hunting " when it comes to right-wing extremists. "Wendt then said:" The case is always told. "The perpetrators' motives are unknown." Let me give you the motive: it's a deep contempt for our state and for the people who live with us The four perpetrators can only be released when they enter the bottom of their homeland. & # 39;
CDU Interior Expert Philipp Amthor told BILD: "The constitutional state must exhibit an uncompromising rigor and even more consistent deportation here."
Similarly, lawyer Patrick Sensburg (CDU) commented: "In my opinion, the person has lost his right of residence and has to be deported, which gives the current legal situation."
The four men are still in custody – as a precautionary measure in four different prisons.
New CSU plan against criminal aliens
The CSU-Landesgruppe in the Bundestag wants to deal more sharply with delinquent refugees. Offenders must be consistently arrested if they have already been sentenced to conditional punishment in an EU state, according to "Münchner Merkur" in a position paper.
The paper will be adopted at the closed meeting of members of the CSU Bundestag this week in Seeon, Bavaria. Therefore, the CSU requires a Europe-wide register of offenders based on the Federal Central Register model.
In concrete terms, the group refers to the recent terrorist attack in Strasbourg, where the perpetrator had already been convicted 27 times for violent crimes, burglaries and theft of fines and prison sentences in France, Germany and Switzerland. "It can not be the case that recidivists receive a conditional sentence, and this also applies throughout Europe," the newspaper continues to quote from the newspaper.
In addition, the state must consistently deter the offenders during, but at least immediately after their imprisonment – "according to the clear principle: from prison directly to the departure gate". Where that is not possible, residency and reporting obligations must be applied and electronic links must be used. (Fsl / Jovo / Müh / PAL / rs).