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Opposition to Germany requires clarification about the role aanslagpleger Amri

Opposition to Germany requires clarification about the role aanslagpleger Amri

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The German opposition party the left (die Linke wants quick illumination about contacts that the perpetrator of the attack on a Christmas market in Berlin, Anis Amri, had with German security services.

Vice-chairman Frank Temple will find that there are “striking a lot of mistakes” are made and that there “are indications that something is wrong”. He wants to know if Amri by the services as a source or informant is used, writes Bild am Sonntag.

“We should clarify or, in the case of Amri, more attention was paid for obtaining information from islamic circles than for safety,” said Temple. He wants all the security services in Germany make it clear whether they are Amri have used as a source or as an informer.

The Tunesiër Amri reed on december 19, with a truck through a christmas market in Berlin. It brought twelve people to life. Amri came four days later in a shootout with police in Milan.

Informant

Shortly after the attack came out that Amri earlier in the holes was held by the German authorities. Also he would have had contact with an informant of the German secret service.

The police would even by the security service BfV are warned for Amri, which it is not unlikely that it was a terrorist attack, would commit. Still disappeared the Tunesiër of the radar.

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 were on december 19, filled with ambulances.
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Immediately after the attack, the christmas market closed and secure.
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A day after the attack in daylight to see how big the havoc at the christmas market was.
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The truck with which the assault was committed, a day after the incident towed.
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German chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a press conference of a “horrifying and incomprehensible act”.
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In addition to the christmas market were flowers laid and candles lit. Also, were the texts on 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 on the day of the attack, a 23-year-old suspect arrested. A day later, it became known that to the wrong person, and that the actual perpetrator at that moment and armed walked.
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ON 20 december, 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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After the attack, the police on several christmas markets in Germany increased.
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At the christmas market in Dresden cement blocks were placed to protect.
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Police officers a day after the attack in Berlin, a minute has been quiet in memory of the victims of the attack at the christmas market.
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Chancellor Merkel, arriving on 20 december 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 two days after the attack a few 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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Was 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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On december 22, calls 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. The man was suspected of involvement in the attack, but there was no evidence found.
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On 4 January it became known that the perpetrator Anis Amri in Italy, the same weapon used during the attack in Berlin.
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Anis Amri used in Germany at least fourteen different identities.
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Speculation

The ministry of Domestic Affairs denies that Amri as an informer is used. Also the ministry of Internal Affairs of North rhine-Westphalia, says that Amri has not been used by the security forces.

Prime minister Hannelore Kraft of North rhine-Westphalia has, however, previously with an explanation for speculation is provided. She said that Amri also went to statements “about the alleged (terrorist) cells”.

Files

The FDP in North rhine-Westphalia wants insight into the cases by the authorities in the state are prepared about Amri. “It should be clear why Amri has to walk around”, says Joachim Stamp of the party.

“There must be an end to the speculation with a statement by a competent and independent authority, so that no more is affecting the confidence in the rule of law.”

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

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