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Bloodbath' At Church In Germany (from ATSNN)

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posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 03:16 AM
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A man who was wielding a large sword has killed a woman and injured at least three others. The attack took place during a church service in southern Germany. At the scene of the attack police have reported that they found 'grisly' scenes, including several limbs. The attack was supposedly brought on by personal problems. The man, a 25 year old, stormed into the church just before 1600 hours, waving a sword before going on a rampage, killing the woman. Over 65 people were believed to have been in the church at the time, over half of them were children.
 



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A 25-year-old suspect was overpowered by officers and arrested.

He is an ethnic Tamil, as were most of the congregation. Police say the attack was not politically motivated and was probably prompted by personal problems.

He killed a 43-year-old woman and seriously injured three other people, including one whose hand was hacked off, police said.

Police described the scene as a "bloodbath". Counseling has been offered to those who witnessed the attack. Tamils are a predominantly Hindu minority in Sri Lanka and southern India. The group regularly rented the Stuttgart church to hold its services.



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Another attack within a church. Does no one think there may be some other motive behind this? Why would anyone want to commit such a thing anywhere, then what would make them commit it in a church? It is beyond belief that these people are walking the streets of our city’s everyday and night. People go to church to pray and be closer to God, there should be no kind of fear at all with going into a church. Hopefully this will not put anyone off who does visit the church.

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posted on Apr, 4 2005 @ 03:43 AM
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Story is already covered here: NEWS: Carnage at German church service



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