Saturday, July 23, 2016

Munich: Nine People Slaughtered on 5th Anniversary of Breivik's Mass Murder, Video Shows One of Shooters Cursing About "Turks"


I'm not sure, 
but I think this is the video referred to 
in the body of the story.

I guess I was wrong is supposing this was the work of Muslims.

From CNN:
A profanity-filled verbal exchange between a man who matches the description of the Munich shooter and a witness was posted on social media Friday. The exchange, recorded on two different camera phones, captured an intense conversation that ends in gunfire. The man who appears to be a shooter said insulting things about Turks, did not espouse jihadist ideology and spoke with a German accent. 
• Police said that at least 10 people were injured and that special forces from Bavaria and surrounding federal states have been brought in as reinforcements. 
• Nine bodies have been found in or around the Munich shopping center, police said at a press conference. Police are trying to verify whether one of these bodies could be one of the shooters, Munich police tweeted.
UPDATE - Now, Police are saying there was only one shooter.

So, who's the guy in the video ranting about "Turks"?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

2:25 a.m.

Munich police chief Hubertus Andraes says the suspect in the Munich shooting is an 18-year-old German-Iranian from Munich.

Andraes said at a news conference that the attacker's motive was still "fully unclear."

Andraes said that the body of the shooter found about 2 1/2 hours after the attack was determined to be the shooter based on the evaluation of witness statements and closed circuit television.

Two others who fled the area quickly were investigated but had "nothing to do with the incident"


1:40 a.m.

Munich police spokesman Peter Beck says 10 people were killed, including the likely attacker, in the shooting in the Bavarian capital.

Beck says investigators also believe the shooter killed himself and appears to have acted alone.

Munich police gave a "cautious all clear" early Saturday morning, more than seven hours after a gunman opened fire in a crowded shopping mall and at a nearby McDonalds