GERMANY: Refugees Beat Soccer Players With Iron Rods in the Street After Tourney
In five to seven years the migrants will bring in their family members.
Two soccer players were chased through the streets by North African refugees and beaten with metal rods after a match in Gröditz, Germany.
The refugees live at a local shelter.
Bild (translated) reported, via Vlad Tepes:
A brutal incident took place after a soccer tournament in Gröditz by Riesa. A group of roughly 20 refugees assaulted two amateur kickers (25, 27) of the SV Frauenhain. The men were beaten with iron bars, and had to be brought to the hospital.
Police spokeswoman Ilka Rosenkranz confirmed the incident on BILD: This incident did happen early Sunday morning around 3:45 in Gröditz.”
So far it is known that about 20 thugs, which according to witness reports live in the nearby refugee home, were chasing the two soccer players through town first. The SV Frauenhain explained in a statement: “On the night of February 7, two of our players of the SV Frauenhain were attacked by a mob of 20 or so North-africans who were armed with iron bars, they chased them through the town and beat them so badly they had to be hospitalized.”