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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by aaronvan, Oct 8, 2016.
Terrorist suspect is still on the lam. No doubt taking full advantage of those open EU borders.
Meanwhile a Syrian has taken the suspect to his home and called his friends to truss him up (the police had issued photos and texts in several languages). Afterwards he went to a police station (20km away) and told them they can come and take him with them.
Good, they caught him. I hope the Polizei can roll-up the rest of his network.
BREAKING: German officials say Syrian man arrested in a bomb plot has killed himself in prison cell.
You would expect they removed every item or possibility from him to hang himself, but unfortunately it is not the first time that the Police of Saxony has been caught doing errors or lets say has a certain history. I am making an awfull accusation here, of course, but that is what many people will think now.
There was a Nazi-Terror-Trio which traveled through the country for 11 years killing 8 turkish businessman, 1 greek and a german police woman. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Socialist_Underground_murders
It has since then been revealed, that the police of Saxony (along the saxonian section of the "Office for the Protection of the Constitution" and other parts in the chain) had let them escape several times, ordered special forces back, when they were on their way to get them, destroyed evidence and files and put a police officer on vacation that mentioned to his superior that he had discovered the wrongdoing of his colleagues. Many other wrong stuff happened.
When two of the Nazi Trio shot and burned themselves inside a camper in 2011 the police didn't save evidence etc. and instead let a tow service carry the vehicle (in a diagonal direction) away, which let to the material etc. inside the camper being tossed.
The failures and the evidence of their failure was so obvious that there is no way of thinking that this is only a conspiracy theory.
The German wiki article has the part about the failures of the police and intelligence involved (see 3 and 4) https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ceska-Mordserie
Back to the Syrian terrorist: interestingly a syrian facebook group had called their members to search for him and hand him over to the police. So there is a network Germany can set its trust in for the future.
I wouldn't surprise me if the Syrian perp tied both hands behind his back before hanging himself. Saxons don't take kindly to people who repay their kindness by blowing-up innocent Germans.
I wouldn't be surprised either...