A group of four “youths” of various culture-enriching ethnicities went on a rampage for several hours last weekend in the Bavarian city of Amberg. In their boyish enthusiasm, the young miscreants indulged themselves by insulting, harassing, beating, and kicking passers-by in the public spaces of the city.
Many thanks to MissPiggy for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
Below is an article about the incident from Bild, also translated by MissPiggy:
Amberg — New details are surfacing about the assault orgy in the center of Amberg. The police now say twelve people were injured by the mob of young asylum seekers. Originally, the police said nine people were injured.
The four young men (17-19 years old, two Afghans, an Iranian, a Syrian) went on a rampage for several hours, and seemingly indiscriminately assaulted passers-by this past weekend. The investigating judge remanded the refugees in custody. They were taken to different prisons.
The mob even beat a girl.
The violent rampage began on Saturday (Dec. 29, 2018) at 6:30 P.M. At the train station, one of the refugees first kicked Nino M. (just 13) in the stomach for no reason, then hit Marco S. (29, landscape gardener) in the face.
At the station forecourt the next attack: One of the men is said to have insulted and harassed a girl (17) as a “hooker”. When the girl’s companions (both 17) intervened, they were injured by blows to the face.
In addition, according to eyewitnesses, the asylum seekers are said to have shoved a man down a flight of stairs at the train station.
Another victim (17) to Bild: “They cursed one of us as ‘nigger’, punching us immediately. We tried to run away, but they caught up to us at the traffic light. There were at least six of them. Three of my friends were punched, I was beaten down and kicked.” The vocational student was brought to the Mariahilf Hospital with bruises and concussion. A man who tried to help the victims was also beaten up.
Then the attackers fled. On Nabburger street they attacked two other passers-by, injuring them moderately. Immediately thereafter, three police officers captured the four men. One of them resisted, and insulting a female officer as a “c**t”.
Amberg Mayor Michael Cerny (CSU) wrote on Facebook: “The judiciary must respond with the appropriate severity, and subsequently the asylum authorities and youth welfare services. Of course, one should not generalize, but on the whole these idiots have done a disservice to peaceful and committed asylum seekers.”
|00:00||Following the attacks by drunken asylum seekers in the Bavarian town of Amberg,|
|00:05||in which twelve people were injured, the German Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer|
|00:09||announced a plan for strengthening laws on deportation.|
|00:13||“The events in Amberg have upset me very much. We can not tolerate these acts of|
|00:17||excessive violence. If asylum seekers commit violent crimes, they must leave our country.|
|00:22||If existing laws are not enough, they need to be changed,” said Seehofer in a statement|
|00:26||to the Bild newspaper. In addition, he plans to submit proposals to the coalition.|
|00:30||The Interior Minister also said the obvious xenophobic attack in Bottrop had concerned|
|00:34||him deeply, adding it was necessary to treat both cases sternly and decisively in order to|
|00:41||maintain political credibility. Christoph de Vries, the CDU domestic expert, expressed himself|
|00:45||similarly recently, saying, “the unrestrained violence of these younger refugees from the|
|00:49||Middle East is stunning. How can they treat the society that provides them protection|
|00:55||and assistance from war with such brutal violence and irreverence?”|
|00:59||It is important now that justice system impose severe penalties. In addition, youth social|
|01:03||services must help to make it clear that this anti-social violent behavior has consequences.|
|01:08||The head of the German Police Union, Rainer Wendt, demands that the federal government|
|01:13||make a statement on this issue. “The spokesperson for the federal government must|
|01:18||give an explanation for this case. It is unacceptable that the term “manhunt” is used only when|
|01:21||referencing right-wing extremist offenders,” Wendt said to The BILD newspaper.|
|01:24||Wendt says further, “in cases like these, the motives of the offenders are always ‘unknown’.|
|01:29||I can tell you the motive: It is a deep contempt for our government and the people who live here.”