Canada Covid-19: In Germany, a service station killed by a man who refused to wear the mask

16:30  21 september  2021
16:30  21 september  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Le suspect de 49 ans a indiqué à la police qu'il refusait d'appliquer les gestes barrière. (Illustration) AFP/Patrick Stollarz © (AFP / Patrick Stollarz.) The suspect of 49 years indicated to the police he refused 'Apply barrier gestures. (Illustration) AFP / Patrick Stollarz

"These people are dangerous. The emotion is lived on Tuesday in Germany, three days after the murder of a 20-year-old employee, shot down by a client who refused to wear a hygienic mask against the Cvid-19 . The young employee refused to cash his purchase as long as the customer was not subject to the health obligation.

The suspect, a 49-year-old man from Idar-Oberstein (West), later indicated not to respect barrier gestures. He was placed in pre-trial detention, announced the local police of Rhineland-Palatinate in a statement published Monday night.

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Anger, the 49-year-old man left leaving his beers on the counter. He returned an hour and a half later by bringing this time a mask but removed it by passing the counter to arouse a reaction of the cashier. After receiving the order to wear his mask properly, the customer took out a revolver from his pocket and fired on the student, died on the spot, says the police.

A "terrible" and "shocking" act

The suspect has shown the next day at the local police station. He stated that he felt "burned" by the measures relating to the Pandemic of Covid-19 he perceived as a "growing involvement of his rights" and that he had not seen "no other outcome", Declared Prosecutor Kai Fuhrmann Monday. Investigators then searched his apartment in which they found the crime weapon as well as other firearms and ammunition.

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The Mayor of Idar-Oberstein, Frank Frühauf, denounced a "terrible" act. The inhabitants filed flowers and candles in front of the gas station. The Minister of Agriculture Julia Klöckner, from Angela Merkel's Cucture Curator Party, originally from a "shocking" murder.

So in Germany A 20Yr Old Cashier at a petrol station who refused to service to an masked (compulsory in ????????) Customer Was Later Shot Dead.

These People are dangerous. https://t.co/o3kz7bndpx

- al buhashee (@Buhashee) September 20, 2021

Katrin Göring-Eckardt, an ecologist leader, tweeted that she was "deeply shaken" by the murder, which, according to She is "the cruel result of hatred". On Twitter too, anonymous emerged from climbing violence related to the debate on the port of the mask or the VVID-19 vaccine. "These people are dangerous," reacted one of them about the opponents of sanitary measures.

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the police did not specify whether the man considered the movement of "Querdenker" (free thinkers) who imposed as the main critical voice against health restrictions imposed in Germany. German internal intelligence services announced in April that they placed members of this group under surveillance, suspecting them to have links with right-hand extremism.

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