By Jürgen Fritz, Fri 01. Nov 2019, cover picture: icon image, ZDF screenshot
As reported by the Federal Police Inspectorate Stuttgart, two young people of Afghan and Iraqi nationality triggered a police operation at Ulm Central Station during the night from Wednesday to Thursday around 00:30. After the train attendant had called the federal police, the two had been seized and taken to the police station. It was then that a group of about five to eight people stormed the police station and free the two suspects.
First riding the train without a ticket, then insulting an official
The two foreign 16-year-olds were initially noticed by their aggressive behavior. A train attendant had to find out that the two in a regional express from Stuttgart to Ulm were traveling without a ticket. The train attendant then informed the Federal Police, who seized the two young people at Ulm Central Station and then on to the local police station.
They wanted to reach the parents of the two minors, but this did not succeed. So they tried to transfer the two to a youth center. As a result, the Iraqi began insulting the officials. He also made image and sound recordings of the federal police and sent these, according to the current investigation, probably to a friend (who then probably contacted others again, who then tried together to storm the area later).
Punching and kicking against the police a group tried to release prisoners in front of the police station
Now the Afghan tried to injure himself. Therefore, in order to prevent this, he had to be restrained. Here he resisted the police measures. He defended himself against the officers with punches and kicks.
In the meantime, a group of about five to eight people had gathered in front of the police station. This group was now trying to force its way into the police station, probably with the intention of freeing the two friends. The federal police were obviously unable to ward off the attack on their own and had to request reinforcements from the state police.
Not a single attacker caught, the Afghan is "known to police”
Only after the arrival of supporting patrols of the state police, the attackers fled towards the city center. Despite an exhaustive search, the police, federal and state police, were unable to seize even one of the attackers.
As part of the resistance action one of the federal police officers was injured in the knee. The Afghan youth, who fiercely resisted, beat and kicked after the officers grazed his lower lip. He was treated by rescue workers. The Afghan, although allegedly only 16 years old, is already "known to police". Due to his self-harming actions, he was subsequently taken to a specialist clinic.
The Iraqi was released immediately
The police have released the Iraqi after consultation with his guardians. So he was on the loose again. The Federal Police have now begun investigations into allegations of insult, resistance to law enforcement officials and the attempted release of prisoners (§ 120 StGB).
Whether any of the two immigrants from the Islamic culture will receive any significant punishment at all, and if so, to such an extent and in what severity that they will be able to associate this with their deeds at all and become such a painful experience that it causes them to understand their behavior and change their attitudes even minimally, remains to be seen.
What, if not five to eight, but 20 to 30 people had come?
What the federal police would have done if it had not been for five to eight people storming the police headquarters, but twenty to thirty, is hard to imagine. What the former President of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution Hans-Georg Maaßen says about immigrants from just this culture, you can read here.
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