A Journalist had reported in a Video about the racist failures of spectators at the match in Wolfsburg. Now the police has questioned three men.
According to the alleged racist Comments made by viewers during the DFB match against Serbia three men have reported to the police in Wolfsburg. You have commented in the first hearing of the allegations, said a police spokesman on Friday.
To the content he wanted to say with a view to the current process. The police will initiate further investigations and the process is expected in early next week to the Prosecutor's office in Braunschweig to give, he announced. The men were between 30 and 40 years old and had already on Thursday afternoon, reported the Braunschweiger Zeitung.
The investigation was launched on suspicion of incitement, after there had been several notes, among other things, by the German football Association, said police spokesman Thomas Figge. Should the accusations be confirmed, could even threaten imprisonment. Because of the incident, the police also invite the journalist André Voigt as a witness. "He is led as a witness and to testify," said Figge.
Earlier, it was published by Voigt in social networks a Video, in which he had reported of verbal failures of three spectators during the match in Wolfsburg on Wednesday. So Leroy Sané and Ilkay Gündogan had been racially insulted, had Voigt reported. He is the chief editor of the Basketball magazine, Five. Also, it had then proceeded, to Statements such as "Heil Hitler".
"on the other hand, you should take action," says Leon Goretzka
midfielder Leon Goretzka asked two days after the incident in the Wolfsburg stadium, his German fellow citizens to have more Courage. "However, you should take action," said the national players of FC Bayern Munich in Wolfsburg on Friday. "I can only urge all, with a lot of courage to take action and to have such people in their place," said the 24-Year-old. "I've looked at the Video," he said. It got him "moving" and "horrified". The national team stand for diversity. Team-mate Marco Reus denounced at the DFB press conference on Friday the verbal Attacks: "This is a thing that is not absolute."