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Entertainment motif after a fatal attack on student unclear

23:00  06 december  2022
23:00  06 december  2022 Source:   dw.com

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The Eritrean is said to have attacked and seriously injured two girls on Monday. One of the victims later died in the clinic. The autopsy showed that the 14-year-old was bled to death after stab wounds. The police found a knife with the 27-year-old that is considered as a murder weapon.

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The man had never noticed the authorities through violent offenses - he was only caught as a black driver once and otherwise did not know the police. There is no evidence of political or religious motivation, said Baden-Württemberg Interior Minister Thomas Strobl (CDU) when visiting the crime scene.

In addition to the serious physical injuries, the 13-year-old is not doing well mentally, said the spokesman for the public prosecutor. In the meantime, the girl found out that his girlfriend was killed. Strobl emphasized that the crime will also have follows for the 13-year-old. The green-black cabinet in the southwest dedicated a minute's commemoration to the victims of the act of violence.

The suspect had come to the hospital with considerable injuries and was operated on for hours. The man did not provide any information to the judge during the demonstration in the clinic. The man's motif is therefore still unclear. So far, he has not been able to find out a psychological impairment of the suspect, said the spokesman for the public prosecutor in the morning.

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After the crime, the man is said to have fled into a refugee accommodation, from which he is said to have come before the attack. There were two other men from Eritrea, who initially took the officials to the office. The two men were later released. The suspicion against them has not hardened.

"Now the public prosecutor and the police are investigating why the two girls attacked and whether the suspect and the two girls knew each other before," said the authorities.

The deed could also get a political dimension because an asylum seeker is considered suspect. Several AfD politicians already discussed this on Monday. Baden-Württemberg's Prime Minister Winfried Kretschmann (Greens) warned of premature conclusions: "I can only warn to establish any connections before the crime is even cleared up." Strobl also called for prudence: "This event must not be an occasion or justification for hatred and agitation," he said. This crime had to be clarified with all the consequence and the perpetrator must be punished with all the consequence.

The police therefore asked to "do not have a general suspicion against strangers, those seeking protection or asylum seekers in general or to provide such suspicion or support". AfD politicians like the Bundestag faction leader Alice Weidel, in turn, addressed this aspect in statements.

The girl killed had German citizenship and a Turkish migration background, it said from the Ministry of the Interior. The Turkish ambassador Ahmet Basar sen called for a complete clarification of the crime, which the Turkish community had significantly unsettled. The ambassador had said to visit the family of the died girl in the morning. He had spoken to the parents' sympathy of the Turkish community, said Sen. The attack was a shock for everyone.

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