MUSLIM MOB Beats Russian News Crew Looking for Bomber’s Family in Belgium

Muslims assaulted a Russian News crew looking for the relatives of one of the Paris bombers in Belgium.



The teens beat, kicked and robbed the Russians in Brussels.
Sputnik News reported:

A Russian news crew looking for the relatives and friends of a suicide bomber, who detonated explosives during Friday night’s international soccer game between France and Germany at the Stade de France outside Paris, have been assaulted and beaten up in the Belgian capital of Brussels, the journalists said Thursday.

The NTV television crew was attacked during an interview with some 10 young residents of the unspecified northern Brussels suburb where the suicide bomber was reported to have lived.

“A few minutes later, one of them attacked the cameraman and tried to snatch the camera. He punched and kicked, and then the whole crowd pounced on us,” one of the reporters, Konstantin Panyushkin, was quoted as saying on the NTV website.

Panyushkin said the assailants stole a backpack with documents, money and a laptop.

Some of the culprits have since been arrested following the attack, the broadcaster noted.

RBTH has more on the attack:


“The first with whom we spoke was a group of teenagers, maybe ten people. The oldest was perhaps no more than 20 years old. And just a couple of minutes after the interview began one of them attacked the cameraman trying to snatch the camera. He was beating him with his fists and feet and then the whole crowd pounced on us. They were beating both of us knocking us to the ground. They were beating us until they took away a backpack with the documents, the money and a laptop,” the NTV report quotes journalist Konstantin Panyushkin as saying.

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