“Mass deportations now” is the motto of the rally on Monday evening from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Waghäusel, announced by Stefan Räpple, member of the state parliament.There will be a protest march from Waghäusel station to the town hall. Räpple calls for the strict deportation of criminal immigrants and asylum seekers who have committed criminal offences, based on clear legal regulations for this purpose, in order to better protect the population in the future.In Waghäusel on Tuesday a 54-year-old man was randomly and without reason attacked and pushed onto the track bed. According to police, the man was prevented from getting back onto the platform after being pushed onto the track bed by his attacker. Despite emergency braking, he was hit by an approaching freight train and seriously injured.
Following an appeal for a warrant and an intensive search with a large contingent consisting of a total of 20 police car crews and two police helicopters, including five patrols and one helicopter of the Federal Police, the police were able to arrest both perpetrators in a shared accommodation for asylum seekers on Wednesday, after witnesses had given evidence. The suspects are a Syrian-born pair of brothers aged 22 and 25.