IIn recent days, there have been two cases of fatal police violence in Lower Saxony and one in Rhineland-Palatinate.

On Sunday, October 3, a 40-year-old refugee from Sudan was shot dead by police in the district of Stade. As usual, the cops justified their actions by saying that they had been attacked with a knife. On the day of his death, the cops came to the shelter three times because of the man. The murdered man suffered from psychological problems and demanded help. In addition, the man wanted the cops to take him into custody themselves. During the third operation, the man allegedly pulled a knife and attacked the cops. That the police shoot a person with mental problems is not the first time. Again and again, the police shoot people with mental problems because they allegedly do not know how to help themselves.

Also in the district of Stade it is not the first case. Already in 2019, Aman A. was shot in the district of Stade. The 19-year-old Afghan was surrounded by the cops and then shot. There it was said he had attacked the officers with a dumbbell bar. The outnumbered police units allegedly had no other option but to shoot the young man. No one was prosecuted for the murder of 19-year-old Aman A.

Taser Bullenmord

A case in which a man died at the hands of police occurred last Friday, October 1, in Garbsen near hannover. The man was killed by a special task force by a distance electric pulse device , better known as a taser. The man is said to have threatened to commit crimes, according to the cops. The man died in the hospital hours after the operation.

On October 6, a 53-year-old man was killed in Neustadt, Rhineland-Palatinate, after he was also incapacitated with a Taser. He had reportedly previously been shouting in the entrance of an apartment building and blocking the way of residents. The cops justify the operation with an alleged attack on themselves and invoke self-defense. After the cops had knocked the man down, he suffered a circulatory arrest.

Tasers are repeatedly claimed to be so-called "non-lethal weapons". The tased persons get a strong electric shock and fall paralyzed to the ground, suffering enormous pain. Even though the use is not always lethal, serious injuries and deaths occur repeatedly. The lies of the non-lethal weapons are nothing more than an excuse to further equip the cops.

All deaths go on the account of the German state and its police which murders without consideration the own population.