“Police say there are no indications that the attack was terror-related.”
He was an Iraqi Muslim. He opened fire in a nightclub. There are “reports suggesting it was sparked by a domestic or relationship dispute,” but “he opened fired and shot randomly.” Usually people who become violent in domestic disputes attack those who are involved, not random strangers. But German authorities, like those all over the West, are desperate to cover up the reality of jihad.
“Nightclub shooting – one dead and three seriously injured as gunman opens fire,” by Sofia Petkar, Express, July 30, 2017:
A gunman opened fire at the packed-out Grey nightclub in the city of Konstanz – close to the Swiss border – shooting several people in the early hours of the morning.
At least one person has been killed and three others seriously injured.
The nightclub is thought to have been hosting a student night at the time of the incident, which is believed to have lasted just minutes.
The suspect, believed to be a 34-year-old man, was seriously injured in a gunfight with police officers outside the venue as he attempted to flee at around 4.30am local time.
He later died in hospital.
One police officer has also been injured during an exchange of gunfire – His injury is not thought to be life-threatening.
Special commando forces and a helicopter have been deployed to the area as it remains unclear if the gunman had accomplices or acted alone.
Officers said the shooter’s motive was unclear….
According to reports in the Bild newspaper, the shooter was an Iraqi national and was known to police.
An eyewitness said : “He opened fired and shot randomly. The nightclub was packed. I guess several hundred people were there.”
Police say there are no indications that the attack was terror-related, with reports suggesting it was sparked by a domestic or relationship dispute….
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