Germany: Two Syrian asylum seekers pushed a German in front of a train and attacked people who wanted to come to the aid of the victim

In connection with the attempted homicide at Waghäusel station last Tuesday, the Bruchsal Criminal Investigation Department was able to investigate two suspects and on Wednesday made a temporary arrest in a shared accommodation for asylum seekers. At the request of the public prosecutor’s office in Karlsruhe, they were brought before the judge on Thursday, who ordered both suspects – a Syrian-born pair of brothers aged 22 and 25 – to be imprisoned in pretrial detention.The 25-year-old is said to have brutally attacked and pulled the 54-year-old victim into the track bed for no apparent reason and subsequently prevented him from attempting to leave the track bed again.At the same time, the 22-year-old is said to have threatened people coming to the victim’s aid and thus facilitated the crime.The 54-year-old victim, who was hit by a train as a result of the attack, is now on the mend and can be questioned. The man claimed to have been attacked unexpectedly for no apparent reason.

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