Două memoriale dedicate victimelor atentatului rasist de la Hanau, în care a fost ucis și românul Vili Viorel Păun, au fost profanate. Poliția germană a declanșat o anchetă

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Persoane necunoscute au distrus două memoriale de la Koln și Frankfurt dedicate victimelor atacului rasist de la Hanau, landul Hesse, de acum un an, a confirmat poliţia germană, citată de ziarul Bild.


Vandalii au rupt bannerele cu numele şi fotografiile celor nouă victime, între care și românul Vili Viorel Păun, şi le-au aruncat pe malul fluviului Rin, potrivit poliţiei, care a confirmat incidentul raportat mai întâi de filiala din Koln a tineretului social-democrat, Jusos.


De asemenea, la locul de pomenire de la Frankfurt, portretele au fost mâzgălite și în dreptul lor au fost desenate svastici.


Incidentele, care s-ar fi produs la primele ore ale dimineţii de duminică, 21 februarie, au fost raportat ca distrugere de proprietate. Autorităţile au precizat că în anchetă vor fi implicate şi agenţii federale.


Memorialele le era dedicate celor nouă oameni împuşcaţi mortal de un extremist la Hanau, lângă Frankfurt. La 19 februarie 2020, Tobias Rathjen, cetăţean german de 43 de ani, a împuşcat mortal nouă oameni de origine străină, inclusiv pe românul Vili Viorel Păun, după care şi-a ucis mama şi s-a sinucis. Înainte de atac, el postase pe platforme online mesaje legate de teorii ale conspiraţiei şi cu conţinut rasist.


De vineri până duminică au avut loc acțiuni de comemorare ale victimelor, inclusiv la meciurile de fotbal din Bundesliga.


Mii de oameni au ieșit pe străzi în Hanau și au mărșăluit prin oraș, cu bannere cu chipurile persoanelor ucise. ”Un an fără ei, fără clarificări și fără cosencințe. Hanau luptă împreună”, se putea citi pe un banner.<br>


Președintele federal Frank-Walter Steinmeier s-a întâlnit vineri cu rudele persoanelor decedate și a cerut, din nou, finalizarea anchetei în cazul crimelor.


Steimeier s-a arătat deranjat de faptul că „statul nostru nu a reușit să își respecte promisiunea de protecție, securitate și libertate pe care o dă tuturor cetățenilor pașnici care locuiesc aici”.


Vineri, tatăl lui Vili Viorel Păun, tânărul ucis acum un an în atentatul de la Hanau, acuza polițiștii germani de rasism. „I-am auzit spunând: «Nu cred că un țigan ar fi avut curaj civic»”.


Fotografii: EPA


epa09016144 A photo at the site of the attack commemorates Vili-Viorel Paun, who was shot dead by a right-wing extremist on 19 February 2020 in Hanau, Germany 16 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service will be held on 19 February 2021 to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEKepa09023892 Participants of a demonstration commemorating the victimes of shooting by a right-wing extremist on in February 2020 hold signs with names and images of the victims in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service is held to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/SASCHA STEINBACHepa09024213 Participants of a demonstration commemorating the victims of the February 2020 right-wing extremist shootings hold a banner reading 'One year without you without clearing up and consequences. Hanau fights together' in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed by a right-wing extremist in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service is held to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/SASCHA STEINBACHepaselect epa09023963 Participants of a demonstration commemorating the victims of a right-wing extremist shooting in February 2020 hold placards with the names and images of the victims, in front of the Brothers Grimm national monument in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed by a right-wing extremist in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service is held to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/SASCHA STEINBACHepa09024403 German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier speaks during a memorial ceremony for the anniversary of the shooting by a right-wing extremist in February 2020, in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEK / POOLepa09024436 German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier stands in a moment of silence in front of some of the victim's portraits, during a memorial ceremony for the anniversary of the shooting by a right-wing extremist in February 2020, in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEK / POOLepa09024763 A handout photo made available by DSC Arminia Bielefeld shows (L-R) assistant referee Stefan Lupp, Wolfsburg captain Koen Casteels, referee Felix Brych, Bielefeld captain Fabian Klos, and assistant referee Mark Borsch posing with a commemorative banner to commemorate the victims of the shooting in Hanau a year ago prior to the German Bundesliga socer match between DSC Arminia Bielefeld and VfL Wolfsburg in Bielefeld, Germany, 19 February 2021. One year ago a local far-right extremist named Tobias Rathjen shot dead nine people of immigrant descent at two bars in Hanau before killing his mother and shooting himself. People are commemorating the anniversary at gatherings across Germany today with the main events taking place in Hanau. EPA-EFE/Arminia Bielefeld- HANDOUT CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: The DFL regulations prohibit any use of photographs as image sequences and/or quasi-video. HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALESepa09024776 Sign with portraits and names of the nine victims at one of the crime scenes of the shooting by a right-wing extremist of February 2020 at the Kesselstadt district in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service has been held to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEKepa09024821 Mourners hold signs with portraits and names of the victims during a commemoration at one of the crime scenes of the shooting by a right-wing extremist of February 2020 at the Kesselstadt district in Hanau, Germany, 19 February 2021. Nine people were killed in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. A memorial service has been held to mark the anniversary of the killings. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEKepa09025698 A view of the freshly decorated graves of some of the victims of the February 2020 right-wing extremist shootings at a cemetery in Hanau, Germany, 20 February 2021. Nine people were killed by a right-wing extremist in two shootings in Hanau on 19 February 2020. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEKepa09025938 Frankfurt players wear warm up jerseys with portraits of the murdered in commemoration of the victims of the Hanau shooting attack on 19 February 2020, prior to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayern Muenchen in Frankfurt, Germany, 20 February 2021. One year ago local far-right extremist Tobias R. shot dead nine people of immigrant descent at two bars in Hanau before killing his mother and shooting himself. People are commemorating the anniversary at gatherings across Germany. EPA-EFE/RONALD WITTEK / POOL CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: The DFL regulations prohibit any use of photographs as image sequences and/or quasi-video.
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