Murder with a sword in Stuttgart, Germany: The daughter of the victim (11 y/o) had to witness how her father was slaughtered.

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Another shocking crime in Germany: A 28-year-old Syrian slaughtered a 36-year-old German Kazakh on Wednesday evening. Dozens of residents witnessed the blood crime. A mobile phone video shows the perpetrator stabbing the man lying on the ground several times with a sword. The Syrian even cuts off the Kazakh’s arm with one blow. Then the killer drops the bloody sword and runs away. The police can catch him a little later and arrest him. Now more and more details about the cruel murder are made public. The perpetrator was already lurking in front of the victim’s front door in the late afternoon. When the victim came home shortly after 6 p.m. with his 11-year-old daughter, a loud argument began between the two men. Finally, the dispute escalates. Issa M. pulls out a sword and stabs the 36-year-old. His daughter had to watch the attack and escaped in a state of shock.The victim tries with all his last ounce of strength to escape into a car.But the 28-year-old Syrian pulled him out of the car, threw him on the ground and stabbed him in the stomach. As a witness told the German tabloid “Bild”, he is said to have shouted, “Why did you do that? It is the second terrible crime committed in Germany within a few days. On Monday, the Eritrean Habte Aayat (40 years old) pushed an eight-year-old boy and his mother in front of an intercity express train in Frankfurt. The boy was killed, the mother survived. Why the Syrian murdered with a sword in Stuttgart is not yet known. One thing is certain: he came to Germany as a refugee in 2015. Together with his later victim, he lived in a kind of refugee flat share in a high-rise building in Fasanenhof in Stuttgart. The killer is known to the police: He has a criminal record for shoplifting and damage to property.

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