Chronik: Regensburg

Attempted murder on the Stone Bridge in Regensburg

Am Freitag, den 13. Oktober 2023, wurde ein 20-jähriger Mann von der Steinernen Brücke gestoßen. Der junge Syrer soll am Freitag, gegen 12.15 Uhr, aus dem Hinterhalt angegriffen und völlig unvermittelt von der Brücke gestoßen worden sein. Augenzeugen, die die Tat beobachteten, konnten einen 28-jährigen Mann festhalten, der von der Polizei festgenommen wurde. Bei dem Angreifer könnte es sich den Informationen der „Mitteldeutschen Zeitung“ zufolge um einen amtsbekannten Rechtsextremisten handeln. Demnach sei gegen den Mann vor etwa einem Jahr wegen Verwendens von Kennzeichen verfassungswidriger und terroristischer Organisationen ermittelt worden. Der Täter hatte laut Zeugen unmittelbar nach der Tat seinen rechten Arm zum Hitlergruß gehoben.

The 20-year-old victim was seriously injured when he fell onto a bridge pillar. He has since been able to leave the hospital. The police are investigating for attempted murder.




Mittelbayerische Zeitung 1 + Mittelbayerische Zeitung 2

Attack by group of neo-Nazis

On the evening of april 15th 2023, a man was attacked in a bar by a group of four neo-Nazis from the Schwandorf district. Around 10:30 p.m., the 22-year-old man was leaving the toilet of a bar when he was attacked by four people. As a result, he suffered injuries to his head, upper body and legs. The police arrested a 44-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man, the other two attackers were able to escape. According to police and media reports, the victim is of Afghan origin. As a counselling centre, we therefore assume that the motivation for the crime is racist. The attackers belong to the neo-Nazi group “Bollwerk Oberpfalz”, which appears several times in the Bavarian secret service report. The Mobile Counseling against Right-Wing Extremism (Mobile Beratung gegen Rechtsextremismus) told B.U.D. that the group consists of around 15 people, most of whom also appear in uniform clothing and, above all, are well networked in the right-wing rock scene. Unfortunately, we have not yet been able to establish direct contact with the person concerned in order to offer him support.

Source: Mittelbayerische Zeitung

War Flag of the “german Reich” hung up and neighbors threatened

On the evening of November 13th 2022, a 43-year-old hoisted the national socialists war flag of the “German Reich” out of his window in a residential building in the Königswiesen district. In addition, he played overloud music with the window open at night. Already during the day, the man had become conspicuous several times. His neighbours in the apartment building called the police several times, among other things, because he verbally threatened them, shouted loudly and banged on windows and doors. The flag, that is forbidden by german law, was finally secured by the police and the drunken man was placed in a specialist clinic.

Source: police

Racist attack at Regensburg Central Station  

At Regensburg Central Station on July 27th 2022 at around 7 pm, two men racially insulted a Syrian at first in a fast food restaurant and later beat him. One of the perpetrators was able to flee unrecognized. The police are investigating for dangerous bodily injury and insult. The Federal Police are looking for witnesses who have observed the crime or can provide information about the second perpetrator.

Quelle: idowa

Man shows Hitler salute in Regensburg district office

On Thursday, June 30, 2022, a 49-year-old showed the Hitler salute in the Regensburg district office and insulted a security service employee after he had asked him to turn down his mobile phone a little. The Criminal Police Inspectorate Regensburg is now investigating the man for insult and the use of license plates of unconstitutional organizations.

Source: Police

Attack at the „Regensburger Dult“

On 27.05.2022, two Ethiopians were aggressively thrown out of the marquee by security staff on the Regensburger Dult and then physically attacked and abused by a majority of security guards The two sufferers state that they had the feeling that they had been deliberately pulled out because of their skin color.

Source: Mittelbayerische Zeitung