Germany: Visitors to a Christmas market beaten to death by a group of migrants

A married couple visits the Christmas market in Augsburg accompanied by another friendly couple. The four then cross Augsburg’s Königsplatz square late on Friday evening, where they meet a group of seven young men. After this presumably accidental encounter, the 49-year-old husband is dead.

A person who made himself known to us as an eyewitness had come back to the place of terror. He told us what had happened. According to the eyewitness’s testimony, the group of 7 people – from whom the victim was later approached – ran at a late hour from the street Annastrasse to Königsplatz square, shouting. A person who made himself known to us as an eyewitness had come back to the place of terror. He told us what had happened. According to the eyewitness’s testimony, the group of 7 people – from whom the victim was later approached – ran at a late hour from the Annastrasse to Königsplatz, shouting. The 49-year-old fireman and his friend, one year older, are said to have asked the young men to be quieter. Instead of stopping, the young men then kicked around with cans and were admonished again, whereupon parts of the group suddenly beat the two men. When their victim had collapsed, the perpetrators, dressed in black, fled towards the train station.

The arrested perpetrators are a man with a German passport and other nationalities, probably a Turk with a so-called dual passport, and a Southeastern European, thus Albanian, Bosnian, etc.

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