More shootings in Germany


Scarecrow

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where there is a will there is a way. gun control does not work. it only leaves people defenseless. this article mentions 3 shootings that occurred in the past month and a half in germany where the public is not allowed to have guns. go figure...

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Eislingen, Germany - More than 20 weapons were stolen from the shooting club of 18-year-old who was arrested in connection with the murder of four members of his family, police said Monday.
Long and short range weapons with large and small calibres were stolen from the marksman's club last October, police said. The corresponding ammunition was also missing.
The youth and his friend, aged 19, are being treated as prime suspects in Friday's shootings, in which the father, mother and two sisters of the teenager were found dead with gunshot wounds in the family apartment.
There were no traces of break-in or ransacking in the flat.
The 18-year-old suspect and his 19-year-old friend both deny the charges. They are being held in police custody.
The son had told police he found the victims when he returned home on Friday morning after spending the night with a friend.
The victims of Friday's attack were all shot with a small calibre gun, the post mortem revealed.
However the police cannot yet confirm whether there is a connection between the weapons theft and the fourfold murder.
The father practiced alternative medicine in the basement of the apartment building, which was owned by the family. The mother was a teacher. The two daughters were studying to be teachers.
Three other families who live in the building said they did not hear any shots.
The killing came three days after a man opened fire in a court in Bavaria, killing his sister-in-law and injuring two other people before turning his gun on himself.
That shooting happened less than a month after a teenager went on the rampage in and around his former school in Winnenden, south-west Germany, killing 15 people.
 

Sheldon

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Don't worry the spin doctors will figure out some way to blame the law abiding, and then transfer blame to the US....
 

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