DAILYKENN.com -- German authorities made arrests after persons of non-German ethnicity resorted to gun violence in gun-free Germany.
Involved were at least one of Moroccan, Lebanese, and Libyan lineage. Apparently the only Germans directly involved were the police and taxpayers who are funding Merkel's follies.
Lebanon is a Muslim majority (54 percent) nation.
Morocco is a Muslim majority (99 percent) nation.
Libya is a Muslim majority (97 percent) nation.
From presseportal.de ▼ Google translation
Bielefeld (ots) - SR / Bielefeld Center - On Sunday evening, 25.11.2018, informed several callers against 18 clock the police about a dispute in the area of Herbert-Hinnendahl-Straße, were fired at the shots.
Locally met the police Bielefeld in the station on officials of the Federal Police, who had already caught one of the two fugitives. It is a 30-year-old Bielefeld of Moroccan origin, who was provisionally arrested. His accomplice was initially fleeting, but could be briefly arrested a short time later in the vicinity of the Stadthalle. It is a 26-year-old man from Libya without a permanent residence.
According to the findings to date and on the basis of testimonies, there was a dispute between four people in the area of the "bag", in the course of which the 30-year-old suspect fired shots in the direction of the two opponents. A firearm has not been found so far. At the suspect deterrent ammunition was found. In addition, the police found a knife in the bushes near the place of detention of the 26-year-old. Only the 26-year-old suspect bore slight injuries, which he claims to have suffered as part of the physical altercation.
A victim is an 18-year-old from Bielefeld with Lebanese origin. The second victim could not find the local police. His identity is unknown. The police carried out numerous personal identity checks in the area of the "bag". The investigation for attempted dangerous bodily injury continues.
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