A crowd of people waiting for the train at the Dusseldorf Station was attacked by a gang wielding axes who plunged into the waiting crowd. At least 5 people were injured, one seriously including a 13-year-old girl.
The German police have two suspects in custody, including one who jumped off a bridge in an attempt to escape according to the German newspaper Bild.
Their identities have not yet been released. Of course. Those Amish are really violent. Or were they Buddhist monks?
The police are also seeking two other suspects who apparently got away in the confusion. They apparently headed for the city center and are being sought. I'm betting that since only 5 people were hurt, those suspects might have been people fleeing from the carnage, but we'll see.
Needless to say, German media and the police are not only concealing the identities of the two men they arrested, they aren't even referring to it as terrorism at all, or even an attack. It's just an 'incident.'
Germany's elections are coming up, you know. Lass uns die Dinge ruhig halten, ja?*
Of course it's just an incident. Two men got together over coffee and just decided on a whim to get hold of some axes and attack a crowd waiting for the train. Happens every day, right?
Anyone want to bet these weren't Germany's refugees in action? We'll see.
*Let's keep things quiet, OK?