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Arrested Tunesiër in research attack Berlin released

Arrested Tunesiër in research attack Berlin released

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The forty-year Tunesiër Wednesday in Berlin, was arrested on suspicion of complicity in the attack on the christmas market in that city, is released.

The allegations against the Tunesiër could not be confirmed, reports the German Public Prosecutor (OM) Thursday. The man was Wednesday arrested in the district of Tempelhof.

“From closer examination, it appears that the detainee is not possible contact Anis Amri,” said a spokeswoman.

The man, an asylum seeker, was seen as a possible contact of the aanslagpleger, because his phone number was found in the mobile phone of Amri. That device was left in the cab of the truck with which the assault was committed.

The alleged offender, in Milan by the police shot and killed Anis Amri, was also a Tunesiër. The attack came twelve people, including the Polish driver of the lorry which the offender the busy christmas market at the memorial church on the reed.

Attack christmas market Berlin captured by dashcam

Overview

Justice in Karlsruhe, the public prosecutor’s office in Germany terreurzaken do, gave Thursday an outline of the investigation of the attack until now.

The attorney-general reported, via the spokeswoman among other things, that the weapon with which Amri in Milan on police officers shot, same caliber as the weapon with which the offender the Polish driver doodschoot.

Research of the projectiles in the truck are found should reveal or that with the same weapon are fired.

Overview: Attack christmas market Berlin

In Berlin, Monday evening, december 19, a little after 20.00 hours, a truck drove down to a popular christmas market on the Breitscheidplatz in the Charlottenburg district.
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In the attack, several killed and wounded cases. Streets next to the christmas market are Monday night filled with ambulances.
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Immediately after the attack, the christmas market closed and secure.
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Tuesday is when daylight shows how big the havoc at the christmas market.
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The truck with which the attack is committed, it is Tuesday morning towed.
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German chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a press conference on Tuesday of a “horrifying and incomprehensible act”.
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In addition to the christmas market, one has flowers laid and candles lit. Also, people may have a text on the paper on the wall behind.
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In the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtnis-Kirche can be a book of condolence to sign.
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German police officers have Monday a 23-year-old suspect arrested. Tuesday announced that they think that this is the wrong person, and that the real perpetrator is probably still free and armed around.
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Tuesday night decided justice in Karlsruhe, the 23-year-old Pakistani man who shortly after the attack, when defendant was arrested, should be freed. There were no urgent suspicions against the man.
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On multiple christmas markets in Germany is Tuesday, an enlarged policing.
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At the christmas market in Dresden, which are concrete blocks placed at security.
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Police officers on Tuesday in Berlin, a minute has been quiet in memory of the victims of the attack at the christmas market.
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Chancellor angela Merkel will arrive Tuesday afternoon at the christmas market where the attack occurred.
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The Brandenburg gate shows a day after the attack, the colors of the German flag.
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In the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche is a memorial service held for all the victims.
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During the memorial service at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedaechtniskirche crossing several inhabitants of Berlin a candle to.
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A woman lights a candle under the christmas tree at the Brandenburg gate.
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The German police has on Wednesday a few of the hospitals in Berlin and Brandenburg searched because they assume that the perpetrator is injured. The German minister of the Interior confirms that there is a new suspect in the picture is.
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Also, in a vluchtelingenopvang in the village of Emmerich sought to the perpetrator. The village is situated near the Dutch border.
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On 21 december, the police announced that the 23-year-old Tunesiër Anis Amri is sought for the attack in Berlin.
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A day later the family of Amri him to report to the police.
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On 23 december it became known that the suspect Tunesiër Anis Amri in Milan, is shot to death by police.
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The body of the Italian woman who was killed by the attack in Berlin is on Saturday 24 december by plane to Italy brought back. Her parents and brother to lay a rose on the coffin.
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The parents of the killed Italian woman are met by, among others, the Italian president Sergio Mattarella and the minister of Defence, Roberta Pinotti.
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On december 28, it became known that Amri presumably via the Netherlands to Italy is traveled. At Amsterdam Sloterdijk train station, he would the bus in the direction of France have taken.
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On december 29, let the German police a Tunesiër free again. The man was suspected of involvement in the attack, but there was no evidence found.
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Islamic State

The researchers of justice found that a video in which Amri faithfully swears to terreurbeweging Islamic State really is. The three-minute video surfaced four days after the attack on via the press office of Amaq.

Further confirmed justice messages of Wednesday that the truck was slowed by an automatic braking system in the vehicle that responded to the collisions. The truck came after 70 to 80 metres to a stop and the brake system prevented that more harm was caused than was the case.

See also:
This we know about the attack on the christmas market in Berlin

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