German police have announced that they suspect a machine-gun was used in an armed attack on a nonwhite invader center in Saxony-Anhalt, last Friday evening.
According to German media, a special police team has launched an investigation into the unprecedented attack, which marks a major upturn in the war against Merkel’s nonwhite invasion plans.
According to German media, investigators now believe that the nonwhite invader center came under fire from a fully automatic rifle or a “submachine gun” with a 9mm caliber.
Nine bullets hit the building, smashing out masonry, breaking windows and fittings.
The invaders inside the building dove for cover as the rounds ripped through the center, police reported, adding that they were now investigating charges of attempted homicide.
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At the scene, police discovered a trail of empty bullet casings, and a scent dog was used to track the path of the alleged gunman away from the scene to the city center. The trail apparently died out and no further pursuit was possible.
The invader center had already been attacked six times in recent weeks, the police admitted. In December 2015, the bathrooms had been destroyed in an attack which left the entire office administration under water.
The most recent attack has however, the police said, escalated the situation to a completely “new level.”