Essen: After a clan brawl in Altendorf – even Herbert Reul is surprised: “Not under control yet”

Food: Brutal clan brawl with 400 people – the background is unbelievable

Food: Brutal clan brawl with 400 people – the background is unbelievable

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THIS brutal incident not only worried in meal for great riots: In June, 200 to 400 clan members fought in the Altendorf district. And as has now become known, the background to this orgy of violence is said to be quite banal.

Several hundred people attacked each other in June. The police meal was there with a large contingent when a fight in front of a kebab shop escalated completely.

Essen: Dispute over parking lot, blame for mass brawl

Attacks are said to have taken place in the area between Helenenstrasse and Siemensstrasse in particular – some using furniture, cups, plates, but also knives and sticks (we reported). In the days that followed, there were repeated clashes between clan members in Essen.

And as it now comes to light, a dispute over a parking space is said to have been the trigger for the violent mass brawl! This emerges from a paper from the Ministry of the Interior to the North Rhine-Westphalian state parliament.

Essen: 30-year-old was critically injured with a knife

Although the background to the dispute has not yet been fully clarified, it is assumed that on the afternoon of June 25 five clan members initially argued about a parking space.

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In the evening the pure escalation followed, suddenly hundreds of people attacked each other. A 30-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries after being stabbed in the neck. The suspect is a 26-year-old. The victim is said to have first injured himself with a knife in the stomach. (cf with dpa)


Source: Derwesten

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