- In the house of Jörg Urban a color attack would have been committed.
- Urban is parliamentary and state chairman of the Saxon AfD.
- The state security has made a report, the research.
Saxion Jörg Urban probably had a color attack over Saxony's house. The Saksische AfD published a press release with photos showing how the façade of the so-called monumental building is smeared with red paint over a large area. At the entrance gate to the adjacent garden is sprayed with yellow paint "FCK AFD" to read. As the press release states, the car of Urban's wife was also smeared with paint and the windshield of the vehicle was damaged.
the Saxon newspaper reported that the police were aware of the incident and that the officials had a complaint. The researchers seem to be going through a politically motivated act, because the state is responsible for investigating such crimes, according to the report, the research has taken over. The press department of the Dresden police was not available for questions on Thursday evening.
The AfD itself is also based on a political background and speaks in a press release of "left terror". Carsten Hütter, spokesperson for the AFD faction in the parliament of the Land of Saxony, said: "While the media and interior ministers are arguing publicly whether it is right to include the personal data of two reporters in a demonstration that does not popular in the left-wing environment, meanwhile, unaffected by the protection of state-asserted left-wing terrorists, de facto continued to frolicelessly frolic over the property and health of politically dissident democrats. & # 39;
Hütter referred to the incident during a Pegida demo, which caused quite a stir throughout Germany. The police arrested journalists from the ZDF a few minutes after a Pegida protestant, who later turned out to be a LKA employee, complained about the recordings. Meanwhile the Interior Committee of the Saxon Landtag deals with the matter. Chancellor Angela Merkel said in connection with the events, she "expressly" expresses freedom. Anyone attending a demonstration must expect to be accepted.