Germany: 7 Refugees On Trial For Setting Homeless Man On Fire On ChristmasChris Menahan
May. 10, 2017
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Seven "refugees" from Syria and Libya who set a homeless man on fire on Christmas day and "watched and laughed" as he burned have been put on trial in Germany.
Seven young migrants have gone on trial in Germany, over a Christmas day attack on a homeless man which could have killed him.The BBC left out the fact the "refugees" were filmed laughing on CCTV after they set the man on fire.
Six of the accused come from Syria, a seventh from Libya. They range between 16 and 21 in age.Indeed, Germans are not doing enough to teach these "unaccompanied minors" that setting homeless people on fire is wrong. Also, Germans really need to look at their CCTV policies. The issue here is clearly one of CCTV efficacy rather than something unrelated like immigration.
The attack took place in the Schoenleinstrasse underground station in the southern Berlin district of Neukoelln at about 02:00 (01:00 GMT) on Christmas Day.Glad to hear the 21-year-old man is being charged as an adult. Thanks for clearing that up, BBC.
Incidentally, notice how the BBC says they're all "migrants" now and not "refugees"?
When they're poor little "minors" seeking refuge in Europe, they're "refugees." When they're caught setting homeless people on fire on Christmas, they're "migrants."
It was reported last year that all of these attackers have "refugee" status.
This is how they repay the people of Germany for their hospitality.
The court needs to ask them if they did this as part of a holy war.
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