Munich SHOOTER was a MUSLIM who lured children to their deaths on Facebook, Police probe fake ad for free food at massacre McDonald’s

shooter-munich-1

This is Merkel’s legacy. Her disastrous immigration policies have decimated Germany and the whole of Europe. Today’s attack has brought home to me what a total disaster European migrant policy has been.

The enemedia will claim “motive unknown,” but that’s only because the mass murderer was Muslim. If we know anything, it is the motive. The attacks are coming more and more frequently. We have to stop treating each one as a separate criminal act, and realize we’re in a war.

Did Munich killer lure children to their deaths on Facebook? Police probe fake ad for free food at massacre McDonald’s where Iranian, 18, killed first of his nine victims before turning gun on himself

A number of people have been killed and another 21 people are injured after gunmen went on a shooting rampage
Police operation was launched in Munich, with force warning people to stay in their homes and avoid public spaces
Terrified shoppers were seen running for their lives from the Olympia Shopping Centre after hearing gunshots
Witnesses said that the shopping centre gunman screamed ‘I’m German’ and ‘Allahu Akbar’ before shooting
Shooter reportedly fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network, which has now been shut down
His body was found half a mile from the scene. Police believe he acted alone after initially looking for three gunmen
He has now been identified as an 18-year-old Iranian, who has been living in Munich for more than two years


By Anthony Joseph and Patrick Lion and Alan Hall In Berlin For Mailonline, 22 July 2016

Police are investigating a fake Facebook advert which offered free food at the McDonald’s where a gunman killed the first of his nine victims.

Munich was in lockdown for a major police operation around the city’s Olympic Park, after the 18-year-old Iranian opened fire at the fast food restaurant, before targeting shoppers in a busy mall in the district of Moosach.

The killer’s body has been found half a mile from the scene after he reportedly turned the gun on himself. Police now believe he may have acted alone, after they initially went in search of three gunmen yesterday.

And at a press conference at 2.30am local time today, Munich Police President Hubertus Andrae confirmed the force were probing a Facebook page which was offering free food at the McDonald’s at the same time the gunman began his shooting spree.

The shooter has been identified as a dual nationality German-Iranian, who has been living in Munich for more than two years.

A total of 21 people were taken to hospital as a result of the incident – three are fighting for their lives in critical condition and 16 are still receiving medical treatment.

Terrified shoppers were seen running for their lives from the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre after hearing gunshots.

Witnesses said that the gunman screamed ‘I’m German’ and ‘Allahu Akbar’ before shooting at children.

Police gave a ‘cautious all clear’ early this morning, more than seven hours after the attack began and brought much of the city to a standstill as all public transit systems were shut down amid a massive manhunt.

Mr Andrae said: ‘The perpetrator was an 18-year-old German-Iranian from Munich. The motive or explanation for this crime is completely unclear.’

The shooter was not previously known to police and there was no evidence of any links to terrorist organizations, Andrae said.

He added: ‘The question of terrorism or a rampage is tied to motive, and we don’t know the motive. ‘We can’t question the suspect so this is all a little more difficult.’

A woman named Loretta said she was in the McDonald’s when the man with a gun came out of a bathroom and began shooting.

She told CNN: ‘I come out of the toilet and I hear like an alarm, boom, boom, boom. He’s killing the children. The children were sitting to eat. They can’t run.’

Loretta said she had been in the bathroom at the same time as the shooter, with her eight-year-old son. She said the man yelled: ‘Allahu Akbar!’

A huge manhunt was launched across the city, including snipers in helicopters and 2,300 officers from Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

A mobile care and help center is erected in a parking area of a Kentucky Fried Chicken near the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ) after a shooting at the shopping mall

A mobile care and help center is erected in a parking area of a Kentucky Fried Chicken near the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ) after a shooting at the shopping mall

Forensic experts investigate the scene following a shooting rampage at the Olympia shopping mall in Munich, Germany

Forensic experts investigate the scene following a shooting rampage at the Olympia shopping mall in Munich, Germany

Police gave a 'cautious all clear' early this morning, more than seven hours after the attack began and brought much of the city to a standstill as all public transit systems were shut down amid a massive manhunt. Pictured is a body lying outside the mall

Police gave a ‘cautious all clear’ early this morning, more than seven hours after the attack began and brought much of the city to a standstill as all public transit systems were shut down amid a massive manhunt. Pictured is a body lying outside the mall

Last night, police said they believed there could have been up to three gunmen who were on the loose. They issued a warning to people, saying: ‘There are shooters on the run who are dangerous.’

Murat T described seeing ‘lifeless bodies’ in the restaurant when he went to look for his son Orhan’s friend.

Orhan said he heard gunshots while on the phone to his friend, before the call cut out. He said: ‘We no longer reach him. Not even his parents. He is like my brother.’

A video purporting to show the shooter, dressed in black, firing 20 shots has been posted on Twitter. The footage shows him outside the McDonald’s directly outside the shopping centre.

An electrical shop next to the shopping centre is being used as a makeshift hospital to treat the casualties

A paramedic treats a patient at the scene

An electrical shop next to the shopping centre was being used as a makeshift hospital to treat the casualties after the incident

Off-duty doctors and nurses have been summoned to hospitals in Munich, with a hospital spokesperson telling DPA: 'The alarm for a 'mass attack' has been triggered'

Off-duty doctors and nurses have been summoned to hospitals in Munich, with a hospital spokesperson telling DPA: ‘The alarm for a ‘mass attack’ has been triggered’

In unverified footage, a man with dark hair, wearing a black t-shirt and denim trousers, appears to take aim at people, including children, outside the McDonald’s restaurant near the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum metro station.

He raises his arms, apparently holding a shotgun, and appears to fire at people outside the restaurant, who can be seen running for cover.

The sound of multiple shots being fired can be heard as shoppers and passers-by run for cover. People were seen fleeing from the building in another video posted on social media.

In another video on social media a man can be heard yelling at suspect in the car park that he is a ‘w*****’ and an ‘a******e.’ And he yelled: ‘Put your gun down.’

The gunman, when he walks across the roof of the car park, shouts out: ‘I am a German!’

The man who is abusing him then shouts out; ‘You are a w*****!’ The gunman tells him to ‘shut your trap.’ Then he fires more shots and the rest of what is said is unintelligible.

THE CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE MUNICH MALL SHOOTER AND A MAN ON A BALCONY WAS CAUGHT ON CAMERA

In another video on social media a man can be heard yelling at suspect in the car park that he is a 'w*****' and an 'a******e.' And he yelled: 'Put your gun down.'

In another video on social media a man can be heard yelling at suspect in the car park that he is a ‘w*****’ and an ‘a******e.’ And he yelled: ‘Put your gun down.’

Balcony man: ‘You fucking a*****e you…’

Gunman: ‘Because of you I was bullied for 7 years…’

Balcony man: ‘You w****r you. you’re a w****r’

Gunman: ‘…and now I have to buy a gun to shoot you’

Balcony man: ‘A gun! F**k off! Your head should be cut off you a*****e’

The gunman and balcony man begin shouting at each other. 

Balcony man apparently to people filming: ‘He’s got a gun here the guy has one’

Unseen voice: ‘F*****g Turks!’

Balcony man: ‘F*****g foreigner’

Balcony man to someone else: ‘Ey! He’s got a gun! He has loaded his gun. Get the cops here. He’s walking around here the w****r!’

Gunman: ‘I am German.’

Balcony man: ‘You’re a w****r is what you are’

Gunman: ‘Stop filming!’

Balcony man: ‘A w****r is what you are. What the f**k are you doing?’

Shooter: ‘Yeah what, I was born here.’

Balcony man: ‘Yeah and what the f**k you think you’re doing?’

Gunman: ‘I grew up here in the Hartz 4 (unemployment benefits in Germany) area.’

Balcony man and Shooter talk at same time.

Balcony man: ‘Yeah treatment is something for you’

Gunman: ‘I haven’t done anything here for (unintelligible) … ‘Please shut your mouth’

Balcony man: ‘You c**t you’

Balcony man to people nearby: ‘Hey, he’s on the upper floor here.’

The cameraman goes into cover as the gunman starts firing. Balcony man calls him a c***t again.

Balcony man: ‘They must have been s******g into your head’

Gunman: ‘They have not. They have not, that’s the thing. They have not.’

The area around the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre, in the district of Moosach, was sealed off as emergency services try to control the situation. Snipers in helicopters were circling the city from above in search of the killer.

An electrical store next to the shopping centre is being used as a makeshift hospital to treat the casualties.

Off-duty doctors and nurses have been summoned to hospitals in Munich, with a hospital spokesperson telling DPA: ‘The alarm for a ‘mass attack’ has been triggered.’

Police officers escort people from inside the shopping center as they respond to a shooting at the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ)

Police officers escort people from inside the shopping center as they respond to a shooting at the Olympia Einkaufzentrum (OEZ)

Special force police officers stand in front of a car near the Olympia shopping mall, following a shooting rampage at the mall in Munich

Special force police officers stand in front of a car near the Olympia shopping mall, following a shooting rampage at the mall in Munich

Police officers speak with people at a closed street near the shopping mall Olympia Einkaufzentrum OEZ in Munich following the attack

Police officers speak with people at a closed street near the shopping mall Olympia Einkaufzentrum OEZ in Munich following the attack

A police sniper sits in a helicopter above the scene of a shooting rampage at the Olympia shopping mall in Munich

A police sniper sits in a helicopter above the scene of a shooting rampage at the Olympia shopping mall in Munich

Armed police patrolled the streets of Munich

Police secures the main train station following shootings at a shopping mall

Armed police patrolled the streets of Munich (left) and train stations (right) after the horrific shootings in the city this evening

People leave the Olympia mall in Munich, southern Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016 after several people have been killed in a shooting

People leave the Olympia mall in Munich, southern Germany, Friday, July 22, 2016 after several people have been killed in a shooting

Chief of Munich Police Marcus Dagloria Martins said: 'We are at the moment after three attackers. We have about 100 people on site and we are trying to evacuate people from the site. Our priority is to catch the attackers at this stage and then we will inform you again'

Chief of Munich Police Marcus Dagloria Martins said: ‘We are at the moment after three attackers. We have about 100 people on site and we are trying to evacuate people from the site. Our priority is to catch the attackers at this stage and then we will inform you again’

Police arrested three men, near Marienplatz square following. It has not been confirmed whether the arrests have any connection to the shootings

Chief of Munich Police Marcus Dagloria Martins talks to the media after the shootings and confirms that at least nine people are dead

Chief of Munich Police Marcus Dagloria Martins talks to the media after the shootings and confirms that at least nine people are dead

Terrified shoppers were seen running for their lives from the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre, in the district of Moosach, after hearing gunshots

Terrified shoppers were seen running for their lives from the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre, in the district of Moosach, after hearing gunshots

Last night chief of Munich Police Marcus Dagloria Martins said: ‘This is the biggest police operation in the last 10 years that we’ve had to deal with. You must trust your local police. The Munich police is very well trained.

‘Firearms are a huge problem in this particular incident. We urge people to stay indoors and help us with our work and I’m calling on media to help us carry out our jobs.

‘We’ve managed to evacuate people from inside and hopefully brought everyone to safety. There are people who have been traumatised by this and I can tell you they are in the double figures.

‘We have to treat this as some form of a terror attack as it is an attack with weapons but as to what is behind this we don’t know yet.

‘We are also watching these videos people have been showing but you must give me time to analyse these properly.’

Last night, Munich police tweeted: ‘We currently do not know where to find the perpetrators. Watch yourself and avoid to be the public’.

Despite reports on social media, Munich Fire Department said it was not aware of a separate shooting at the city’s Stachus central square

Munich Police said in a statement: ‘At around 5.50pm (local time) there were witnesses who called the police and said there was a shooting at the Hanauer Street.

‘The shooting moved from that street to the shopping centre. The witnesses said there were three different people with weapons.

‘At the moment no culprit has been arrested. The search is taking place at high speed.’

A second shooting was said to have taken place near Marienplatz subway station, which is just four miles from the Olympic Park area. But police could not confirm that was the case

A second shooting was said to have taken place near Marienplatz subway station, which is just four miles from the Olympic Park area. But police could not confirm that was the case

Armed police move past onlooking media responding to a shooting at a shopping centre in Munich

Armed police move past onlooking media responding to a shooting at a shopping centre in Munich

Armed policemen arrive at a shopping centre in which a shooting was reported in Munich, southern Germany

Armed policemen arrive at a shopping centre in which a shooting was reported in Munich, southern Germany

A police reporter for Bavarian Radio said police were moving people off the streets in central Munich as they search for the perpetrator.

‘All of the police forces are at the shopping centre and at the official places in Munich as well and they’re calling out that nobody’s allowed to go to the official places,’ the reporter, Lena Deutch, told the BBC.

‘They are trying to close everything down because we do not know where this person who’s been doing the shooting is at the moment.’

People were seen running from the shopping mall to get away from the incident

People were seen running from the shopping mall to get away from the incident

A video grab of the scene around the Olympia shopping centre in the district of Moosach of Munich

A video grab of the scene around the Olympia shopping centre in the district of Moosach of Munich

The shopping centre is next to the Munich Olympic Stadium, where the Palestinian militant group Black September took 11 Israeli athletes hostage and eventually killed them during the 1972 Olympic Games

It is reported that the gunman fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network, which was shut down. The country’s train operator confirmed the main station had been evacuated.

Photos flashed on to social media sites of at least one body covered by aluminium sheets.

‘Stay in your homes. Leave the road!’ Polizei München said in a tweet.

A spokesman for the German police said there was a ‘shooting spree’. An official at the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre declined comment, saying only, ‘We are experiencing a problem.’

The area around the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre in the district of Moosach has been sealed off as emergency services try to control the situation

The area around the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre in the district of Moosach has been sealed off as emergency services try to control the situation

It is reported that the gunman fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network, which was shut down. The country's train operator confirmed the main station had been evacuated

It is reported that the gunman fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network, which was shut down. The country’s train operator confirmed the main station had been evacuated

Thamina Stoll, 22, of Durham, North Carolina, who is in Munich on a summer internship, filmed people fleeing the shopping centre during the attacks from her grandma’s apartment.

She said she had just visited the shopping centre with her grandma and a cousin for an hour before the shooting started.

However, she was due to return to the centre with more members of her family when her mum and dad arrived.

‘When we went down to the street, we ran into another family and they were in shock,’ she told MailOnline.

‘They were scared and they told us not to go back to the shopping mall. After we were spoken to by the family, we went back upstairs to my grandma’s apartment – who lives about three minutes away from the shopping mall. We took in the family. They were so scared.

‘From the balcony we were able to witness about 50 people running towards our house seeking shelter. Sirens started to arrive and a helicopter appeared.’

Thamina Stoll, 22, of Durham, North Carolina, who is in Munich on a summer internship, filmed people fleeing the shopping centre during the attacks from her grandma's apartment

A policeman at the scene

Thamina Stoll (left), 22, of Durham, North Carolina, who is in Munich on a summer internship, filmed people fleeing the shopping centre during the attacks from her grandma’s apartment. Pictured (right) is a policeman at the scene

DISTRESSING VIDEO FOOTAGE SHOWS SEVERAL VICTIMS ON STRETCHERS FOLLOWING MUNICH GUN RAMPAGE

By Amie Gordon for MailOnline 

Distressing video footage has shown several victims on stretchers following a gun rampage in Munich this evening.

The city is now in lockdown tonight after at least nine people were killed and several more injured in a shooting rampage.

Early reports suggest three gunmen could be behind the attack.  Amid the horrific scenes, teams of medics are battling to save victims of the gun attack, as the number of people injured rises.

Shocking video footage has shown several victims on stretchers following a horrific gun rampage in Munich this evening

The city is now in lockdown tonight after at least six people were killed and a further 10 injured in a shooting rampage involving three gunmen

Shocking video footage has shown several victims on stretchers following a horrific gun rampage in Munich this evening

Teams of medics are battling to save and help victims of the gun attack, as the number of people injured rises

Shocking scenes of the aftermath of the attack in Munich

Teams of medics are battling to save and help victims of the gun attack, as the number of people injured rises

A major police operation is ongoing around the city’s Olympic Park, with the force warning people to stay in their homes and avoid public spaces as they admitted they don’t know where the gunmen are.

The shocking footage shows a number of injured people being treated by paramedics at the scene of the incident.

Terrified shoppers were seen running for their lives from the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre, in the district of Moosach, after hearing gunshots. 

Thamina Stoll, 22, of Durham, North Carolina, who is in Munich on a summer internship, filmed people fleeing the shopping centre during the attacks from her grandmother’s apartment.

She said some 50 terrified people ran towards her house, seeking shelter.

A major police operation is ongoing in Munich, around the city's Olympic Park, with the force warning people to stay in their homes and avoid public spaces

A major police operation is ongoing in Munich, around the city’s Olympic Park, with the force warning people to stay in their homes and avoid public spaces

Ms Stoll said had just visited the shopping centre with her grandmother and a cousin for an hour before the shooting started.

However, she was due to return to the centre with more members of her family when her mum and dad arrived.

‘When we went down to the street, we ran into another family and they were in shock,’ she told MailOnline.

‘They were scared and they told us not to go back to the shopping mall. 

‘After we were spoken to by the family, we went back upstairs to my grandma’s apartment – who lives about three minutes away from the shopping mall. We took in the family. They were so scared.

‘From the balcony we were able to witness about 50 people running towards our house seeking shelter. Sirens started to arrive and a helicopter appeared.’

Ms Stoll said the family felt like the other family who warned them had saved their lives.

‘I feel very lucky because I had been there an hour before and I was just about to return,’ she said.

‘Me and my family – we were saved. We are completely safe but there were still a lot of people running.’

‘God knows what would have happened to us if my family had decided to go that shopping mall half an hour later. We might not be alive now.’

Police officers search a residential area near the Olympia shopping centre after the shooting

Police officers search a residential area near the Olympia shopping centre after the shooting

Policemen arrive the Olympia shopping centre in Munich, where a number of people have been killed and several more injured

Policemen arrive the Olympia shopping centre in Munich, where a number of people have been killed and several more injured

An earlier video purporting to show the shooter, dressed in black, firing 20 shots has been posted on Twitter. 

The footage shows him outside a McDonald’s directly outside the shopping centre.

Police have confirmed that there a multiple deaths as a result of the incident and German media have reported there may be up to 15 killed.

Tonight, Munich police tweeted: ‘We currently do not know where to find the perpetrators. Watch yourself and avoid to be the public’.

A second shooting has taken place near Marienplatz subway station, which is just four miles from the Olympic Park area.

Munich Police said in a statement: ‘At around 5.50pm (local time) today there were witnesses who called the police and said there was a shooting at the Hanauer Street.

‘The shooting moved from that street to the shopping centre. The witnesses said there were three different people with weapons.’ 

Heavily armed police forces operate at Karlsplatz (Stachus) square after a shooting in the Olympia shopping centre in Munich

Heavily armed police forces operate at Karlsplatz (Stachus) square after a shooting in the Olympia shopping centre in Munich

Ms Stoll said the family felt like the other family who warned them had saved their lives.

‘I feel very lucky because I had been there an hour before and I was just about to return,’ she said.

‘Me and my family – we were saved. We are completely safe but there were still a lot of people running.’

‘God knows what would have happened to us if my family had decided to go that shopping mall half an hour later. We might not be alive now.’

First reports said a heavily armed man wandered through the shopping centre opening fire at will. Pictured are armed police on the roof of the car park

First reports said a heavily armed man wandered through the shopping centre opening fire at will. Pictured are armed police on the roof of the car park

Workers have said they are still hiding inside the Munich shopping centre after the shooting in the building.

One employee reported that ‘many shots were fired’ during the incident and he saw one person lying on the ground with serious injuries.

Another said: ‘Many shots were fired, I can’t say how many but it’s been a lot.

‘All the people from outside came streaming into the store and I only saw one person on the ground who was so severely injured that he definitely didn’t survive.

‘We have no further information, we’re just staying in the back in the storage rooms. No police have approached us yet.’

Another worker, Lynn Stein, told CNN: ‘I was just going to buy something while my co-worker was still in the shop.

‘People started running. I went outside as well, more people were running outside. I think I heard more shots. Then it sounded like he went to the parking house next to the mall – several shots there.

‘I saw somebody lying on the floor, presumably dead and there’s a woman over them, crying.’

Firefighters gathering at the entrance of a shopping centre in which a shooting was reported, Munich, Germany

Firefighters gathering at the entrance of a shopping centre in which a shooting was reported, Munich, Germany

The shopping centre is next to the Munich Olympic stadium, where the Palestinian militant group Black September took 11 Israeli athletes hostage and eventually killed them during the 1972 Olympic Games.

Thamina Stoll, a university student in Munich, tweeted video of the scene showing people running.

‘Helicopter, sirens and people on the street #Munich #shooting #OEZ #München,’ she said.

‘At least 30 police cars on their way to #Munich #shoppingmall according to local radio station. Area around mall blocked by police.’

British nationals in Germany are being advised to comply with instructions from local authorities.

A Foreign Office spokesman said: ‘We are urgently investigating an incident in Munich and stand ready to provide assistance to British Nationals.’

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tweeted: ‘Deeply shocked & saddened by #Munich shootings. My thoughts are w/ the victims, their loved ones & all #Germany at this time.’

AMERICAN COLLEGE STUDENT REVEALS THE HARROWING SCENES AFTER BEING CAUGHT UP IN MUNICH ATTACK

American student Thamina Stoll, of Durham, North Carolina, tried to enter the shopping centre with her family

American student Thamina Stoll, of Durham, North Carolina, tried to enter the shopping centre with her family

By Patrick Lion for MailOnline 

An American college student has revealed the harrowing scenes after she and her family were caught in the middle of the Munich shopping centre attack.

Thamina Stoll, 22, of Durham, North Carolina, who is in Munich on a summer internship, filmed people fleeing the shopping centre during the attacks from her grandma’s nearby apartment.

She told MailOnline that she had just visited the centre with her grandma and a cousin for an hour before the shooting started. 

However, she was returning to the centre with more members of her family including her mum and dad.

‘When we went down to the street, we ran into another family and they were in shock,’ she told MailOnline.

‘They were scared and they told us not to go back to the shopping mall.

‘After we were spoken to by the family, we went back upstairs to my grandma’s apartment – who lives about three minutes away from the shopping mall. 

‘We took in the family. They were so scared.

‘From the balcony we were able to witness about 50 people running towards our house seeking shelter. Sirens started to arrive and a helicopter appeared.’

Ms Stoll, who is studying at Duke University, said the family felt like the other family who warned them had saved their lives.

‘I feel very lucky because I had been there an hour before and I was just about to return,’ she said.

‘Me and my family – we were saved. We are completely safe but there were still a lot of people running.’

‘God knows what would have happened to us if my family had decided to go that shopping mall half an hour later. We might not be alive now.’  

The view Thamina Stoll had from her grandma's apartment after fleeing the shopping centre with her family

The view Thamina Stoll had from her grandma’s apartment after fleeing the shopping centre with her family

People continuing to flee the shopping centre in Munich after the gunman opened fire in a restaurant

People continuing to flee the shopping centre in Munich after the gunman opened fire in a restaurant

Ms Stoll posted her video to Twitter, showing people fleeing the shopping centre area

Ms Stoll posted her video to Twitter, showing people fleeing the shopping centre area

Ms Stoll's Tweets about the attacks continued after posting the video

Ms Stoll’s Tweets about the attacks continued after posting the video

Police officers guard with guns as other officers escort people from inside the shopping centre as they respond to a shooting at the Olympic shopping mall

Police officers guard with guns as other officers escort people from inside the shopping centre as they respond to a shooting at the Olympic shopping mall

The Munich transit system shut down and police asked people to avoid public places and to stay in their own homes

The Munich transit system shut down and police asked people to avoid public places and to stay in their own homes

US President Barack Obama pledged support to Germany in the wake of the deadly shooting rampage, as officials said they were working to determine if any American citizens were affected.

Obama, speaking at a meeting with law enforcement officials, said: ‘Our hearts go out to those who may have been injured. It’s still an active situation, and Germany’s one of our closest allies, so we are going to pledge all the support that they may need in dealing with these circumstances.’

At the State Department, spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said US officials were working with local authorities to determine if any US citizens were affected by the incident.

An armed police man guards the downtown pedestrian zone near Marienplatz square following a rampage shooting in the city

An armed police man guards the downtown pedestrian zone near Marienplatz square following a rampage shooting in the city

 An official at the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre declined comment, saying only, 'We are experiencing a problem'

 An official at the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre declined comment, saying only, ‘We are experiencing a problem’

German police secure the entrance to a subway station near a shopping mall where a shooting took place in Munich

German police secure the entrance to a subway station near a shopping mall where a shooting took place in Munich

It is reported that the gunman fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network

It is reported that the gunman fled after his shooting spree on the city underground network

– See more at: http://pamelageller.com/2016/07/munich-shooter-was-a-muslim-who-lured-children-to-their-deaths-on-facebook-police-probe-fake-ad-for-free-food-at-massacre-mcdonalds.html/#sthash.jTiwS1n3.dpuf

POLICE RAID 60 HOMES OVER FACEBOOK POSTS

Virginia Hale for Breitbart reports German Police raided the homes of 60 people suspected of writing ‘hate’ speech on social media in Germany. Coordinated by the Federal Criminal Police (BKA), the operation saw officers from 25 departments search across 14 states.

Georgia Henderson

Shame on Germany and the police. Words are not action.
scandalasdog

This is what the police forces across the EU are doing, police peoples thoughts. Easy police work no investigation or research needed just find out the IP address raid the premises and say that justifies their salary for today, and its totally worth all them resources. Just like journalism where they tap peoples phones for stories, no investigation no research just lazy excuse for being “seen” to do something. Standards are dropping and with that drop in standards the slippery slope to being defunct accelerates. But the true worry is this raiding peoples homes because of opinions the establishment deem “problematic”, so who decides what is “problematic”?
William  Hardin

the Gestapo is back
Bob Bonk

Apparantly the reason for those raids was that in the Facebook group description they wrote: “The migrants rape, steal and so on…” Kind of like Trump said about the Mexican migrants. Only in Germany you get raided and brought in front of a judge. Germany is getting more and more like under Adolf Hitler, only directed towards Germans themselves this time.
John Anderson

Not seeing the post that were made, it’s hard to judge. The posts made by Black Lives Maters in this country would have surly been dealt with if our President wasn’t a Muslim.
Jim Davies

facebook is controlled by Jew Zuckerberg. Naturally Zuckerberg is going to rat on Germans. Zuckerberg is the dumb Jew who stole the idea of Facebook from the non-Jew Winklevoss brothers. Stay away from Facebook if you don’t want Jews to rat you out to the government.

Zuckerberg, Gates Launch Anti-Trump Website

Facebook will benefit from illegal immigration

JULY 19, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook, and Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, have teamed up to launch a website targeting Donald Trump.

*
“Mark Zuckerberg-backed FWD.us is escalating its attacks on Donald Trump’s immigration policies as the candidate prepares to accept the Republican party’s presidential nomination in Cleveland,” Recode reported on Monday.

*
Bill Gates is also a founder of FWD.us.

*
The site will provide propaganda in favor of illegal immigration. Todd Schulte, of FWD.us president, told Recode Trump365 will serve as a “messaging hub” where supporters can download graphics to post on Twitter and Facebook as part of an effort to “amplify the message” and defeat Trump.

“Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly promised that if he is elected he will mass deport 11.3 million undocumented immigrants plus an additional 4.5 million children with U.S. citizenship,” the website claims.

*
The Trump campaign website does not advocate mass deportation. It does, however, call for deporting criminals.

*
“All criminal aliens must be returned to their home countries, a process which can be aided by canceling any visas to foreign countries which will not accept their own criminals, and making it a separate and additional crime to commit an offense while here illegally,” the site explains.

*
It should be noted that Zuckerberg’s support for “comprehensive immigration reform” has an upside for the tech industry. He supports S.744, legislation that would jack up the annual cap on H-1B nonimmigrant (temporary) guest workers from 65,000 to 180,000 and would eliminate the ceiling on green cards for foreign STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) workers. So-called guest workers are routinely paid less than their American counterparts.

*
“The obstacle to passing a stand-alone STEM bill is that the Democratic Party will only agree to vote for it if it is combined with blanket amnesty for 12 million illegal aliens,” notes the Federation for American Immigration Reform. “This is the real motivation guiding Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘selfless’ pursuit of comprehensive immigration reform.”

Louisiana Police Chief FIRED For THIS Comment About Obama’s War on Cops!

Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 11.55.04 AM

A Louisiana police lost his job after taking to Facebook to blast Obama for not addressing the problem with police officers getting killed across the country.

The Jonesville Town Council demanded Police Chief Skylar Dore’s resignation after the comments were discovered as being racially inflammatory, according to The Natchez Democrat.

The Police Chief’s Facebook post said…

“Hey Mr. (expletive) president when are you going to grow a (expletive) pair. And tell it like it is. These are terrorist. That have declared (expletive) war on my brother. (White police officers) enough is enough,” Chief Dore ranted.

“How many police officers have to die trying to protect the citizens of this country. Any other president would have declared full on war on this group. Since when in our (expletive) history do we stand idle to the ambush murders of law enforcement. It has to STOP NOW!!!!!”

Dore has since apologized for making the comments and said he was just emotional at the time of such a sad loss during the Baton Rouge shootings. However, it didn’t matter, as Dore was still asked to resign

“I think at this time Chief Dore, we will now ask you for you resign from your duties. That’s what I’m recommending to the board,” Mayor of Jonesville said, according to KNOE.

The post has been removed from Facebook, but local news published the redacted image they captured…

Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 11.57.37 AM

Screen Shot 2016-07-20 at 11.58.11 AM

 

Facebook Censoring Posts on Turkey Coup

would someone please destroy the Facebook servers?!
chuckles barnett

They are censoring it because they don’t want anyone else getting ideas about overthrowing their governments, like the US should. We are on the cusp of WW3 and Martial law as per NWO plans.
Thomas Kinky Schiller

news say that Erdogan is safe and the coups didn t work out (yet). though I am convinced that sooner or later there will be a coup. and “Guelen” lost the fight against Erdogan long time ago and is of no account.
Jane Gerrard

Erogan may be safe where he is but If the army is united and not fighting themselves, which seems to be the case, they will gain control of all tactical locations within a day or two and the job will be done.
Moonstorm0551

The State Dept has advised U.S. citizens via Twitter to “shelter in place and do NOT go to U.S. Embassy”. https://mobile.twitter.com/StateDept?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Federal Government Authorizes Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to Censor “Anti-Islam” Speech; Lawsuit Filed

Capture