US A shooting at a German university makes a death and three wounded

00:07  25 january  2022
00:07  25 january  2022 Source:   france24.com

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La police pénètre dans un bâtiment de l'université de Heidelberg, dans le sud-ouest de l'Allemagne, dans lequel un étudiant a perpétré une attaque, le 24 janvier 2022. © Daniel Roland, AFP The police enters a building from the University of Heidelberg, in southwestern Germany, in which a student perpetrated An attack on January 24, 2022.

A 18-year-old man opened fire on Monday during an amphitheater course in the oldest University in Germany in Heidelberg (Southwest), killing a young woman and injuring Three other people before committing suicide.

An 18-year-old German 18-year-old a student of his university and injured three of his condisciples when he entered an amphitheater at Heidelberg (South-West), opening fire in full Course before returning the weapon against him.

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Thirty students were present in the room when the shooter burst and shot several shots using a "long weapon", probably a rifle, described the local police chief Siegfried Kollmar .

The attack took place at mid-day, causing amazement in this famous university, the oldest in the country, located between Frankfurt and Stuttgart.

The police received the first emergency calls from the inside of the amphitheater at 12:24, agents arriving at the places ten minutes later, explained the investigators at a press conference.

They discovered the shooter's body, who had returned the weapon against him, outside the building. Science student at this university, he was not known for police services, according to the first elements of the investigation.

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The shooting made four wounded, including a 23-year-old woman who succumbed to her hospital injuries a few hours later. Three other students were injured in the legs, back and face, said Siegfried Kollmar.

The student was suffering from a psychic disease

the young man wore two weapons "bought abroad", according to the investigators, and "more than a hundred ammunition" were found in his backpack.

The motivations of this gesture remain, depending on the floor, to be determined. However, the investigators reported "first indices" showing that he suffered "a long-standing psychic disease".

shortly before the assault, the student had sent to his father a message Whatsapp Alarmist affirming: "People must be punished now" and also expressing his wish of funeral at sea.

The investigators searched the sniper's home In the neighboring town of Mannheim, to try to collect more information.

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The head of the Olaf Scholz government expressed his "consternation" after drama.

It is "an act of terrible violence (...) in a renowned educational institution," the president of the Land of Baden-Württemberg, where Heidelberg is located.

"The universities and the city of Heidelberg will remain spaces without fear where science can flourish and where young people can prepare for the rest of their lives," he said.

The medieval town of Heidelberg has a population of about 160,000 inhabitants. His university founded in 1386 is the oldest Germany and one of the most prestigious of Europe

The attack resulted in a vast police operation on the campus on the north shore of the Neckar River, which welcomes in particular. Faculties of natural sciences, departments of the university hospital and a botanical garden.

The courses had resumed in October after months of online teaching due to the Pandemic of COVID-19.

"My thoughts go to the victims and people on the spot. Thank you to the intervention forces for their service," said Twitter the Minister of Justice, Marco Buschmann.

Strict control of weapons

Attacks on university campuses are extremely rare in Germany. The country has one of the most stringent laws in Europe's detention that anyone under the age of 25 passes a psychiatric examination before applying for a weapon port license.

The German legislation has been strengthened after two attacks perpetrated in schools in Erfurt (East) in April 2002, and Winnenden (South-West) in March 2009.

In 2016 in Munich, nine people had been killed by the Forcené David Ali Songoly who had opened fire in a shopping center. At least 35 people had also been injured during this attack, who had started in a McDonald's and ended when the shooter had returned his 9 mm Glock Gun.

Germany has also been touched in recent years through jihadist attacks and attacks committed by extreme right activists.

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