It is Tuesday noon after 1 p.m. when 14-year-old Sarah walks home from school through the street “Krug” in Weissenfels. In the turning to the former brickyard she was attacked from behind by two men. The girl is kicked in the ribs, choked and injured with a knife on her neck and thigh. Sarah screams for help, can escape and runs away. This is how Sarah’s mother Michaela Schmidt (name changed) describes the incident.”She came home screaming,” she says, as reporters of the newspaper MZ visited the family one day after the attack in the southern part of Weißenfels.Sarah herself says nothing, only now and then she looks out insecurely behind the front door where her mother stands. Her mother describes everything that should have happened. When Sarah came home, they immediately went to the police and the hospital. According to Sarah, the perpetrators were foreigners. Adult men whom the girl did not know. The police have started an investigation into dangerous bodily harm.Police spokeswoman Gesine Kerwien of the newspaper MZ confirms that a report has been filed. According to police, the girl was attacked by two men with a knife. The 14-year-old was slightly injured. “The girl described the perpetrators as dark-skinned. They also did not speak German,” Kerwien said. However, the teenager could only describe one of the two perpetrators in more detail.He was about 25 years old, wore a red T-shirt and short black trousers. The police are now asking the citizens for hints about two dark-skinned men who are said to have stayed at the Krug, in the Südstadt or in the direction of Naumburger Street, to which the Krug street leads.One day after the crime, Sarah’s family seems calm. She believes her daughter’s statements, says Michaela Schmidt. A few hours after the attack, the mother had reported the crime on Facebook. She also said that the perpetrators were foreigners. Many people commented on the entry and did not believe her.For many it was incomprehensible that the mother reports about it after the crime on Facebook, although her child has just been injured. “That was a cry for help. Maybe someone had spotted the perpetrators,” replied Michaela Schmidt. In addition, she took care of her daughter before she made the entry.The woman from Weißenfels is also defending herself against the accusation of some of the users that she is inciting right-wing agitation. “I have nothing against foreigners,” she says. She hadn’t expected her Facebook entry to trigger such reactions. Now she regrets having posted on the Internet. Especially since people want to pass on Michaela Schmidt’s statements to her employers, since some users believe that her mother is inciting right-wing agitation.That same evening, she deleted the post. ”The police will accept any hints about the crime by calling 03443/282293.