March 15, 2020
First, they invade your country. Next, they strike your head with a hatchet.
Finally, they pay your pension.
That was the deal, folks.
On Gernotstrasse, a 33-year-old man from Munich was driving with his wife towards the Mittlerer Ring, stopping at Burgunderstraße because a pedestrian jumped in front of his car and began to suddenly hit the hood with his hands. The 33-year-old got out of the car and physical confrontation ensued.
According to the police, at that moment the pedestrian pulled out “a kind of hatchet” and hit the left side of the 33-year-old’s head. The man from Munich suffered an injury that left him bleeding heavily. He was rushed to hospital. His wife, who had remained in the car during the crime, was not injured. The offender fled.
On Monday, the suspect, a 34-year-old Iraqi living in Munich, was arrested. During the forensic investigation conducted at the scene of the crime, a fingerprint of the 34-year-old was found on the hood of the car and on Monday evening a warrant against the suspect for attempted murder was issued.
On Tuesday around 12:05 pm the suspect was arrested by police headquarters’ task forces in the city. Whether he will be taken into custody or sent to a psychiatric hospital is still unclear.