Germany: Afghan Drags 17-Year-Old Girl from Moving Bus, Bus Runs Over Her Legs

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
January 28, 2019

It’s okay ma’am, those legs died for diversity.

Infowars Europe:

A 17-year-old girl was run over by a bus in Minden, Germany, as she attempted to flee migrant attackers, according to police and media reports.

The victim and her 14-year-old companion were being harassed by two migrant men who were both under the influence of alcohol.

The teens attempted to jump aboard a slow-moving bus with the assistance of a driver who had noticed their plight, but a pursuing assailant reportedly wrenched the girl back into the street by her hair.

“The driver noticed that the teenagers were in trouble, opened the doors of the bus and let them on the vehicle – but one of the men also jumped on board,” HLN reports. “The Afghan dragged the girl out of the moving vehicle.”

The girl’s legs were run over by the front wheel of the bus before the driver managed to stop.

“The young woman was admitted to the Minden Clinic with serious injuries after receiving emergency medical treatment.”

Both suspects fled the scene but were later apprehended. One has since been released.

Top Comments

  1. One has since been released.

    Let that sink in.

  2. From the German Criminal Code

    Section 132
    Arrogation of public office

    Whosoever unlawfully engages in the exercise of a public office or undertakes an act which may only be undertaken with the authority of a public office, shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding two years or a fine.

    Section 81
    High treason against the Federation

    (1) Whosoever undertakes, by force or through threat of force,

    1. to undermine the continued existence of the Federal Republic of Germany;

    or

    1. to change the constitutional order based on the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany,

    shall be liable to imprisonment for life or for not less than ten years.

    (2) In less serious cases the penalty shall be imprisonment from one to ten years.

    Section 89a
    Preparation of a serious violent offence endangering the state

    (1) Whosoever prepares a serious offence endangering the state shall be liable to imprisonment from six months to ten years. A serious violent offence endangering the state shall mean an offence against life under sections 211 or 212 or against personal freedom under sections 239a or 239b, which under the circumstances is intended to impair and capable of impairing the existence or security of a state or of an international organisation, or to abolish, rob of legal effect or undermine constitutional principles of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Section 101a
    Deprivation

    If an offence under this chapter has been committed

    1. objects generated by the offence or used or intended for use in its commission or preparation; and

    2. objects, which are state secrets, and objects of the kind indicated in offences under section 100a

    may be subject to a deprivation order. Section 74a shall apply.

    Objects of the kind indicated in the 1st sentence No 2 above shall be subject to a deprivation order even if the conditions of section 74(2) are not met if this is necessary in order to avert the danger of a serious prejudice to the external security of the Federal Republic of Germany; this shall also apply if the offender acted without guilt.

    Section 222
    Negligent manslaughter

    Whosoever through negligence causes the death of a person shall be liable to imprisonment not exceeding five years or a fine.

    Section 340
    Causing bodily harm while exercising a public office

    (1) A public official who in the exercise of his duties causes bodily harm or allows it to be caused shall be liable to imprisonment from three months to five years. In less serious cases the penalty shall be imprisonment of not more

    than five years or a fine.

    (2) The attempt shall be punishable.

    (3) Sections 224 to 229 shall apply mutatis mutandis to offences under subsection (1) 1st sentence above.

    https://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/englisch_stgb/

    This to show that no traitor in the Federal Republic of Germany government is above the law.

  3. Unexpected twist.

    The haji is usually driving the injury-inflicting vehicle.

  4. hm, if they are not registered, there is no law against ghost person. that means that are not protected by any laws. you can hunt them, slice them like cheddar cheese, but the law does not say it is unlawful or lawful.

    any taker?

  5. She has a sign reading “Free kisses for refugees.”

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