24 июля 2013 13:04

Autopsy results of Kazakhstan-born man killed in Germany unveiled

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The autopsy of the Kazakhstan-born man who was killed by a neo-Nazi in the German city of Kaufbeuren has confirmed that the death was caused by a strong blow in the head, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the press-release of the Bavarian police. “The forensic check confirmed that the death was caused by brain damage. No signs of violence outside of this incident were discovered during the autopsy. It was defined that the 34-y.o. man died because of a strike in the head,” the police reported. The fight happened during the Bavarian Folk Festival in Kaufbeuren when 7 construction workers from Thuringia in Eastern Germany started rampaging at the event. They first provoked three ethnic Germans and started the fight. The 34-y.o. Kazakhstan-born resident of Kaufbeuren had nothing to do with the fight but was suddenly attacked by one of the gang-members. The accidental victim died hours later in a hospital. German media reported that the fight was initiated by neo-Nazis. However, neither Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry nor German law-enforcement authorities commented on the gang's links to the movement.


The autopsy of the Kazakhstan-born man who was killed by a neo-Nazi in the German city of Kaufbeuren has confirmed that the death was caused by a strong blow in the head, Tengrinews.kz reports citing the press-release of the Bavarian police. “The forensic check confirmed that the death was caused by brain damage. No signs of violence outside of this incident were discovered during the autopsy. It was defined that the 34-y.o. man died because of a strike in the head,” the police reported. The fight happened during the Bavarian Folk Festival in Kaufbeuren when 7 construction workers from Thuringia in Eastern Germany started rampaging at the event. They first provoked three ethnic Germans and started the fight. The 34-y.o. Kazakhstan-born resident of Kaufbeuren had nothing to do with the fight but was suddenly attacked by one of the gang-members. The accidental victim died hours later in a hospital. German media reported that the fight was initiated by neo-Nazis. However, neither Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry nor German law-enforcement authorities commented on the gang's links to the movement.
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