The German Police and the prosecutor's office has now put in question by a right-wing German politician's explanation, after he Monday, was subjected to a violent attack that left him with serious head injuries, writes The Guardian.
Police say that video footage of the incident cast doubt on the explanation from the politician Frank Magnitz, among other things, was that he had been badly beaten with a 'wooden object' of the assailants, who first stopped their attacks, when two passers-by intervened.
The 66-year-old politician, who is the head of the højrepopulistiske Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) in the city of Bremen, was admitted to the hospital Monday after he was attacked by unknown assailants.
His party, AfD, claimed shortly after the incident, to Magnitz had been struck down with a wooden object, before he was beaten in several places in the face.
It came to pass, among other things, on Twitter, where the party on Tuesday put a picture up that showed the German mep in the apparently unconscious state and with the visible damage in the face.
In the announcement on Twitter called the party also attacked for an attempted murder.
with The dramatic picture of the German politician was taken to the hospital after the violent incident. It is also the same image, the AfD has shared various places on social media where they call the attack an attempted murder. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
the Party has also been out and pay tribute to the plumbers, who allegedly stopped the violent attack against the politician with the justification that they saved his life, as they frightened the robbers away.
Just this explanation dots police are now holes in them after they have looked closely at the surveillance cameras from the place where Magnitz was attacked.
Overvågningsvideoer shows that he has quite rightly been turned down, but the offender then disappeared with the same, together with two other persons. They show no evidence that Magnitz neither should have been kicked or beaten while he lay on the ground.
The serious head injuries sustained he therefore, when his head hit the ground, reads the explanation from the Police.
Footage from the scene shows two persons, who approached the 66-year-old from behind, while a third person walked behind them. One of the unknown persons beat the man, causing him to topple, after which the three persons fled from the spot, explains a spokesman for the Police in Bremen.
the Spokesman also rejects to be used any weapons in the attack, such as you stubbornly claim.
Prosecutors have now begun an investigation into what are described as serious bodily harm, and you also look for witnesses who witnessed the violent episode.
Police technicians investigate the scene of the crime, where Frank Magnitz was knocked in the head, after which he overturned and sustained severe head injuries. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Magnitz gave several interviews from his hospital bed Tuesday where he among other things said to the Berliner Morgenpost that he would not over-dramatise the attack, but that he believed he was being subjected to a politically motivated assassination attempt'.
He has also explained that the last thing he could remember, was to pass a håndværkerbil, then 'everything went black'. Despite the fact that he, according to his own admission, had a 'black out', he went not, out of the way in order to politicize the incident with speculation.
among other things He has stated that he believes that the perpetrators took part in a demonstration to remind an asylum seeker who was killed in police custody in Bremen for 14 years ago.
A spokesman for the demonstration, the Initiative in memory of Laye-Alama Condé, has since then accused Magnitz to exploit the incident politically and to discredit the cause of the event, with the will'.