The cultural enrichment news from Germany has been coming in at an unprecedented rate for the past few months — too fast for me to keep up with. Below are three items translated by Nash Montana that have accumulated in my to-do basket since the beginning of last week.
The first two stories concern the “subway kicker” in Berlin. After they came out, the alleged perpetrator was identified (a Roma from Bulgaria named Svetoslav Stoykov) and caught at the Charlottenburg central bus terminal in Berlin on a bus arriving from Marseille.
First, a brief rant from Politically Incorrect:
Subway gang member back on the street
The latest news from the German insane asylum: The Berlin Police lets go one of the subway kicking gang members they arrested. Apparently “no concrete criminal behavior” could be proven. How about gang criminality? Or failure to render assistance? Do these concepts have no more meaning in the German judicial system? Are they just really daft, or do they WANT these kinds of assaults? If so, then the politically, legislatively, and executively responsible people belong in the crowbar hotel. Along with the subway kickers. Immediately. But this kind of discussion has been ongoing for a long time. Thank God.
The article PI referred to, from FOCUS.de:
Police let companion go, but are optimistic
The police in Berlin are still searching for the man who kicked a 26-year-old woman down the stairs at the Subway station Berlin-Neukölln.
“We assume that we will catch the main attacker”, the spokesman for the Berlin city prosecutor’s office, Martin Steltner, told NTV on Tuesday.
The police and prosecutors identified and interrogated a possible co-offender on Monday. They are expecting that the man will be back on the street by Tuesday, says spokesman Steltner.
That means that no concrete, punishable offense could have been proven against the offender. The insidious attack was recorded on CCTV, and was published by the police on Thursday. The police have recorded ten tips so far.
The third item is reminiscent of the news from Austria earlier this month, when culture-enrichers used their belts as whips while assaulting the impudent infidels of Graz.
According to Presseportal.de:
Police were called on Sunday evening, December 11th, at a bout 9:35pm to respond to an incident that happened on Borneplatz. A 47-year-old woman from Rheine was walking with her partner in the intercity. They had their dog on a leash. Three men were following them. One kept barking like a dog continuously. This prompted the couple to ask the man to stop it. The “barker” then pulled off his leather belt and hit the woman on the thigh with it. When her partner tried to intervene he also was beaten. When more witnesses noticed what was going on, the man fled. But shortly thereafter he threw cement bricks and pieces of wood, which he found at a nearby construction site, at the couple. The police were able to arrest the suspect shortly thereafter, when his two companions volunteered information to the police. The 32-year-old man from Iraq has been taken into custody so he can’t harm anyone else. It is expected he will face a trial for assault and battery.