The Bremen Town Assassins

We all know that Germany is a safe place, thanks to stringent gun control. Nevertheless, a culture-enricher somehow managed to hold a shootout in a supermarket yesterday morning in the German city of Bremen.

MissPiggy, who translated the news report for subtitles, includes this explanatory context:

In the middle of the day, a migrant shoots another migrant in the supermarket. The Bremen police are looking for the perpetrator (a refugee), but it is being kept quiet.

Background: Bremen is fully in the hands of the Arab clans; the police are instructed to cover it up. After the shots in a supermarket yesterday morning in the Gröpelingen district of Bremen, a 25-year-old man succumbed to his injuries. At almost the same time another man in Bremen was stabbed in front of a kebab shop by a mob.

The police continue to search for the shooter from the REWE market, of whom there are probably clear video recordings. However, both the police and the Bremen prosecutor’s office conceal that it is an economic migrant.

There is probably video footage of the aggressive migrants, but the police will not release it, because it would be seen that it is a refugee. The victim, a 25-year-old man from North Rhine-Westphalia, was executed at around 10 o’clock in a supermarket in the Kalmsweg by one person. Subsequently the shooter escaped from the scene.

Testimonies that are becoming public bring light to the cover-up — almost no MSM reports. From 0:56 in the video the witness shatters the cover-up by the police and the local paper. Watch the other reporter’s face when the talkative reporter asks if they spoke German.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Video transcript:

00:00   Our daughter informed us by telephone that while grocery shopping at REWE, someone was
00:07   shot right next to her. She was accompanied by her child, who is only six months old. People are
00:14   being held here. We have asked the police if we could at least take our grandchild home with us.
00:21   So, we don’t know how long everything will take, but the people still being held
00:29   are also being cared for by police. We are just hoping for the best.
00:35   I just grabbed my daughter in a panic-stricken fear. —Did he say anything while he was
00:41   shooting? —He was just screaming at the other man. —What was he screaming? —They were
00:45   screaming at each other? —Oh, so they knew each other. —Yes. It seems they knew each
00:49   other. And then, well, I saw the shooting. —They weren’t speaking German, right? —No.
00:57   They weren’t German, that’s for sure.
01:05   I was afraid for my life, especially because of my daughter. We were sitting next to the window.
01:09   Anything could have happened.

6 thoughts on “The Bremen Town Assassins

  1. “There is probably video footage of the aggressive migrants, but the police will not release it, because it would be seen that it is a refugee [they are refugees?].”

    Video footage might identify the shooting participants as migrants (e.g., non-Germans from sub-Saharan or Northern Africa), but it is surprising that video software is so well-developed now as to also ascertain a migrant’s legal status as a refugee. Or maybe “refugee” has become a euphemism for “African”, which itself is a euphemism for “Muslim”.

    But these two non-German-looking men were speaking a foreign language, so audio analysis of the video might identify them as members of a particular MS-13-like Fijian street gang.

    Forensic science marches on.

  2. How can we get the rest of the African muslim invaders/economic refugees to shoot one another? Think of the potential savings to German taxpayers if this kind of thing caught on! Maybe Soros can buy the guns from Dick’s Sporting Goods that they will no longer sell, thus keeping that liberal bastion financially afloat, and then Mastercard can hand them out along with the Soros cash card to the subhuman/saharan invaders as the break into European borders. A win-win-win for all involved!

  3. Ah, I see what you did there, Baron 🙂 I thought the headline was vaguely familiar and remembered the medieval fable of the Bremen Town Musicians!!

  4. Nothing yet, in the local paper, about the murder in Gröpelingen, which is about 60 km (36 miles) from their editorial offices. I wonder if the editor will try to sit this one out. If he runs the story tomorrow, he may have to print discomforting details about the crime and culprit. Had he run it today, he could have then ended the story, before those details came out, and moved on to other news.

    One needs some special skills, these days, for responsible journalism.

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