In the following video a man in a German hospital bed gives an account of what put him there. It seems he attempted to serve an eviction notice on a “Syrian” “refugee”. Big mistake!
The prosecutor’s office ordered the alleged assailant released before his victim was even discharged from the hospital.
|00:00||My name is Alexander Arpaschi. I am 50 years old.|
|00:04||Today is 18th of November 2020.|
|00:08||I’ve been admitted to the Municipal Hospital in the city of Karlsruhe on Moltkestraße.|
|00:15||Yesterday, on the 17th of November at 10:30, I arrived at a shared apartment|
|00:19||with my building manager and maintenance man. I rent this apartment|
|00:25||to students. I was there to deliver the immediate eviction notice to a Syrian occupant,|
|00:31||because he was harassing the other female occupants of the apartment.|
|00:35||The girls lodged complaints about him to me and I attempted to resolve the issue.|
|00:42||During my visit, I was attacked. The Syrian came at me with a sharp object.|
|00:49||The police have still not informed me what it was. It was either a knife or a shard.|
|00:57||It severed my biceps muscle and it severed an artery.|
|01:05||I had a finger joint dislocated along with several other abrasions and contusions|
|01:13||all over my entire body.|
|01:17||From this entire incident, what makes me most furious is the fact that while|
|01:23||I’m being driven to the hospital with a tourniquet that nearly made me lose my arm,|
|01:27||and then having to go through an emergency operation and wake up sometime later|
|01:31||in the afternoon, I find out that the Prosecutor’s Office of Karlsruhe ordered the police|
|01:39||to release my attacker.|
|01:43||I don’t what kind of system it is that we’re living in, but it is guaranteed to be the wrong one.