Terrorist Drives Vehicle into Pedestrians: Shot by police [VIDEO]

Terrorist Drives Vehicle into Pedestrians: Shot by police [VIDEO]

An act of terror has occurred in Heidelberg, Germany, but the police won’t say what nationality the terrorist is.

This attack mimicked two other attacks that have occurred in Europe, as crazed Muslim terrorists rammed pedestrians with vehicles. However reporters in Germany ask that we not “jump to conclusions.”

Dramatic footage: Shots ring out in #Heidelberg standoff (VIDEO) pic.twitter.com/FLJQi4IJUQ

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As CNN reported,

A man armed with a knife was shot and injured by police Saturday after he drove a car into a group of pedestrians in Heidelberg, Germany, local police said.

Three people were injured, one seriously, Mannheim police said. After driving his car into the group, the suspect tried to flee the scene and was then shot by officers. The suspect was seriously injured and taken to the hospital.

Heidelberg shooting: I love the next part of the article, as they write,

No motive is known, and the suspect has not been identified.
Heidelberg shootingNot only is no motive known, the press doesn’t even want to speculate. Keep in mind that no matter what happens in the news, the media will generally offer at least some potential theories.
However, we have become so politically correct towards Islam, that even proposing the theory, as likely as it may be is enough to make people queasy.
Keep in mind that Germany was attacked only a few short months ago, and the citizens are still a bit jumpy.
In the last attack, a radical Muslim drove an 1- wheeler into a Berlin Christmas market. Twelve people died and 48 were injured a the tractor-trailer barreled into the crowded market December 19.
The driver of that truck was a Muslim man, Anis Amri, who initially escaped German authorities. Amri was later killed in a shootout with police in Milan, Italy.
Though his motives were unknown at the time, we later learned that Amri had pledged allegiance to ISIS in a video posted by the ISIS-affiliated website Amaq.


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