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The charges against the Syrians in the case of Chemnitz collected

More than four months after the killing of a man in Chemnitz, and the subsequent right up an indictment against a suspect has been collected Asses. The Syrians Alaa S. community are accused of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter and dangerous bodily harm, as the public Prosecutor's office in Chemnitz announced on Tuesday. To have inserted at the end of August during a dispute with a knife to the 35-year-old Daniel. H. died immediately after the fact.

Alaa S. sitting since the end of August in custody. Another suspect, an Iraqi who is on the run. According to him, is sought with an international arrest warrant. Also he is supposed to have stabbed with a knife.

convictions for Hitler welcome

The homicide shook the Saxon city. There were numerous demonstrations in Chemnitz, which resulted in part in violence. Also, the far-right nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD), together with the xenophobic Pegida movement and other right-wing groups through the city. Several right-wing radicals were convicted in fast-track procedure due to the showing of Hitler's welcome.

The accusation - even from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, there had been witch hunts against foreigners, but it proved to be ultimately unsustainable. The then head of the German domestic intelligence service, the BND, Hans-Georg Maassen, had pointed out, was deposed. He is also seen as a victim of the heated political climate. (Dec/sda)

Created: 08.01.2019, 13:52 PM

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