On the evening of 19. October 2021 two people were attacked by Nazis in Nordstadtpark. One person was briefly in mortal danger, a second person was at risk of losing sight. With Blake, one of the attacked people, we talked about the incident and its consequences - but also about his political fight against queerophobia and racism.
“What did the right-wing extremist scene in Northern Hesse look like??” – this question was the focus of the first public meeting of the committee of inquiry into the murder of Walter Lübcke in the Hessian state parliament. In the committee, the political environment of Stephan Ernst and Markus Hartmann is to be clarified and any misconduct by the security authorities to be determined.
On Saturday the 20.03.2021 The nationwide lateral thinker movement met in Kassel for a protest- and infection happening for or against goals that are not very clearly defined. Despite violent attacks on outsiders, Forbidden elevator and minor riots, the police officers decided to support the event and to beat leftists.
Hundreds of people came to Kassel on 19.2.21 to commemorate the anniversary of the racist terrorist attack in Hanau. Speeches were made on the steps of the town hall in mourning for Ferhat Unvar, Hamza Kurtović, Said Nesar Hashemi, Vili Viorel Păun, Mercedes Kierpacz, Kaloyan Velkov, Fatih Saracoglu, Sedat Gurbuz und Gokhan Gultekin gehalten.
Stephan Ernst was closed because of the murder of Walter Lübcke 15 Sentenced to years in prison, his alleged helper Markus Hartmann was able to leave the courtroom as a free man. Punishment for attacking Ahmid I with a knife. was not imposed in Frankfurt. Protest against this judgment and against right-wing terror in Germany formed locally and in Kassel.