Questions on Berlin-tweet Pegidaoprichter

Questions on Berlin-tweet Pegidaoprichter

World December 22, 2016 13:09

BERLIN - In Germany confusion about a tweet from Pegida-medeoprchter Lutz Bachmann. Two hours after the attack he knew to report that the perpetrator was a Tunisian Muslim. However, the police denied that they had already found the papers Anis Amri.

The attack took place shortly after eight o'clock Monday night. 16 to 22. Bachmann put his tweet: 'Internal information from the police Berlijnese: offender Tunisian Muslim. 'At that time it was just the first suspect, arrested a Pakistani.

Two days later, when there were increasing indications that the perpetrator would be Tunisian, Bachmann tweeted again: 'Then knocked my info from an hour after the attack so anyway. Police are looking for a Tunisian. 'A few hours later, Justice in a press conference announced that they are looking for the 24-year-old Anis Amri.

The tweet creates confusion, as recommended Bachmann but what (Nice truck bomber came from Tunisia) or the police had actually so soon after the attack already indications that a Tunisian was the culprit? If the second case had the manhunt for Amri can start much faster. Now those only came Wednesday under way.

However, the police denied Monday that they already had information about Amri. 'Pas Tuesday afternoon, police found clues that pointed to a Tunisian man. 'Over Bachmann tweet wants spokesman nothing to say to German media.\n  \n  \n   advertisement

Bachmann himself maintains that he had information from police circles: 'You just need good connections and a whistleblower who has had enough of the lies. '

The attack took place shortly after eight o'clock Monday night. 16 to 22. Bachmann put his tweet: 'Internal information from the police Berlijnese: offender Tunisian Muslim. 'At that time it was just the first suspect, arrested a Pakistani.

Two days later, when there were increasing indications that the perpetrator would be Tunisian, Bachmann tweeted again: 'Then knocked my info from an hour after the attack so anyway. Police are looking for a Tunisian. 'A few hours later, Justice in a press conference announced that they are looking for the 24-year-old Anis Amri.

The tweet creates confusion, as recommended Bachmann but what (Nice truck bomber came from Tunisia) or the police had actually so soon after the attack already indications that a Tunisian was the culprit? If the second case had the manhunt for Amri can start much faster. Now those only came Wednesday under way.

However, the police denied Monday that they already had information about Amri. 'Pas Tuesday afternoon, police found clues that pointed to a Tunisian man. 'Over Bachmann tweet wants spokesman nothing to say to German media.\n  \n  \n   advertisement

Bachmann himself maintains that he had information from police circles: 'You just need good connections and a whistleblower who has had enough of the lies. '

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