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Masked people in front of the interior minister's house: State security investigated

2021-10-11T11:09:09.664Z

In front of the private house of North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU), masked people appeared on Sunday, lit flares and chanted slogans. When three hundred police arrived, the specter was over.



In front of the private house of North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU), masked people appeared on Sunday, lit flares and chanted slogans.

When three hundred police arrived, the specter was over.

Leichlingen - After masked people appeared in front of the private house of North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU) in Leichlingen, the state security took over the investigation.

An investigative commission is investigating suspected violations of the Assembly and Explosives Act, said a spokesman for the Cologne police.

The police had already announced that the action was probably related to the assembly law planned for North Rhine-Westphalia.

This can be concluded from the testimony of local residents: What the masked people chanted indicated this.

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It is still being checked whether surveillance cameras have recorded what is happening.

At least 15 people are said to have moved through the streets of the 28,000-inhabitant city between Solingen and Leverkusen in front of Reul's house.

According to the police, some rioters detonated Bengalos there, shouted slogans and held up banners.

What it said was not communicated.

Reul himself was not at home during the incident on Sunday.

The police had arrived with three hundred teams including helicopters.

The masked people are said to have fled to a nearby forest.

A 31-year-old who is said to belong to the left-wing scene was arrested and questioned, but released a little later.

"This attack on Herbert Reul's house is an attack on all of us, on democracy," wrote the NRW Transport Minister and Prime Minister-designate Hendrik Wüst (CDU) on Twitter.

“That is absolutely unacceptable.

Full solidarity! "

NRW Vice Prime Minister Joachim Stamp (FDP) tweeted: “Full solidarity with my colleague Herbert Reul.

No matter who is behind it: If politicians are threatened at home, the rule of law must defend itself with all clarity. "

Reul himself did not comment on the incident.

His ministry announced on Monday: "Places for the political debate in our country are the democratic institutions and peaceful protest on the street - no illegal actions at private residential addresses."

The police were quickly on site with strong forces to ensure security.

There was no damage to property or personal injury.

An investigation group from the Cologne police headquarters will now clarify the further background of the illegal action.

dpa

Source: merkur

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