AfD-politician Magnitz was pretty messed up. A politically motivated act, of which, investigators believe. The Suspicion Of Dangerous Bodily Injury. The AfD speaks of a murder plot.
After the attack on the Bremen AfD-land-in-chief and delegates of the Bundestag Frank Magnitz the authorities are investigating them on suspicion of dangerous bodily injury. The police and Prosecutor's office of Bremen stated after the first interviews. Previously, the investigators video were evaluated, materials about the attack.
The photos show the information, according to two people who approached the 66-year-old politician from the rear, a third-party delivery puts behind it. One of the Unknown Magnitz hit from behind, which then crashed. The politician suffered a "heavily bleeding head injury," informed the authorities.Magnitz speaks of murder plot
Then the Trio had fled from the scene. Further, it was said: "On the previously backed-up video material, the use of an impact against the object can not be determined." Previously it was said that Magnitz had been injured with an unknown object. This was reported by the victim to the police, as a speaker on the evening specified.
"What happened here, you are allowed to dramatize without as murder call," said Magnitz. The Chairman of the AfD group in the Bundestag, Alice rye and Alexander Gauland, described the act as "cowardly assassination" and gave politicians and the media to blame.
violence against the AfD is a result of "incitement" against the party, said Alice ryegrass and Alexander Gauland.outrage over all of the camp
investigators from a politically motivated attack. He cared about all the political camp for outrage.
The red-green in Bremen Senate expressed shock over the attack and warned of a split in the society: "We condemn this violence in the strongest possible terms," said mayor Carsten Sieling, interior Senator Ulrich Mäurer (both SPD), as well as financial Senator and mayor Karoline Linnert (Green). No Beliefs and no criticism justified violence against dissenters.
foreign Minister Heiko Maas (SPD), wrote on Twitter: "violence must never be a means of political confrontation - no matter against whom or what the motives are." Who verübe such a crime, should be punished "consistently".
Similar to the President of the Bundestag Wolfgang Schäuble said. Government spokesman Steffen Seibert said: "The brutal attack is sharply condemned. Hopefully, the police quickly to catch the perpetrators."
outrage after attack on Bremen the AfD-politician Magnitz
tagesschau at 20:00, 08.01.2019, Karin Dohr, ARD Berlin
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