An Afghan culture-enricher stabbed his wife to death on a bus in Bavaria. There were schoolchildren riding on the bus at the time.
Below is a description of the incident (from Politikstube, translated by MissPiggy):
The idyllic Bavarian village of 6,000 in Obergünzburg is in shock. An Afghan stabbed his ex-wife on a public bus, in front of schoolchildren and other passengers. In 2017 a demonstration was held against deportations. The Afghani already had a police record because of an earlier assault. His deportation might have saved the woman’s life. Children who were passengers on the bus and witnessed the incident can receive psychological support.
|00:05||Asylum Helper Group of Obergünzburg — Demonstration against deportation of Afghan refugees|
|00:16||We are fighting for people from Afghanistan and other countries to come here.|
|00:21||Man stabs his EX in bus — Afghani had a police record — Schoolchildren were on board the bus and saw everything|
|00:25||In front of other passengers, a man stabbed his former wife to death on a bus.|
|00:28||Afghan had a police record|
|00:31||The 37-year-old man stabbed his former partner o the bus in Obergünzburg on Monday, at noon.|
|00:35||The 27-year-old woman later died of her severe injuries in the hospital.|
|00:40||The bus driver and the other passengers received psychological support after the crime.|
|00:44||School children had to witness everything|
|00:52||The suspected perpetrator is an Afghan citizen and was caught after fleeing the scene.|
|00:58||The victim also had Afghan citizenship.|
|01:01||The man fled from the bus on foot right after the crime, which immediately led to a manhunt|
|01:06||with numerous forces and the temporary arrest.|
|01:10||The man left the knife in the bus before fleeing.|
|01:13||Bus driver held the killer in a head lock. School children had to witness everything.|
|01:16||Those people coming to us are welcomed warmly. —Asylum Helper Group of Obergünzburg|
|01:23||2017 — Demonstration against deportation — Madame Chancellor [Merkel] did the right thing when she said:|
|01:26||We can do it! This created a welcoming culture in Germany.|
|01:32||Especially here, as I’ve said, in Allgäu and Obergünzburg as well.|
|01:37||I travel a lot on my bike. I have received only positive feedback from our customers everywhere.