Thursday, December 22, 2016


When the German police only had a Pakistani detained and they had not yet found anything in the truck's cabin, the leader of Pegida says he was told by a source within the police that the attacker was Tunisian.
A far-right leader in Germany knew the suspect in the Christmas market attack was a Tunisian just two hours after the attack - despite police initially arresting a Pakistani man, it has emerged.

Lutz Bachmann, who fronts the anti-immigrant PEGIDA group, tweeted on Monday night that he had 'internal police information' about the nationality of the lorry driver who murdered 12 revellers in Berlin.

At the time, police had announced the arrest of a Pakistani asylum seeker - it was only when he was released that Tunisian Anis Amri was publicly identified as the chief suspect.

[source : 'It's all too convenient': Questions over how police missed Berlin attack suspect's ID in truck for 24 hours - as it emerges far-right leader 'KNEW attacker was a Tunisian Muslim' hours after the atrocity, Daily Mail,, 22nd December 2016]

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