The “M” word is not mentioned in the article from reports provided to international press since Merkel has gagged both the media and the police, but anti-terrorist police have been seen at the Benjamin Franlkin Campus. That is enough to tell us what has happened. Also, German media has added the shooting of the doctor to the number of Muslim attacks in the country (meaning they know but can’t publish the forbidden M-word) and immediately begun discussing the need to find out who is entering the country and to have better control over illegal weapons.
Look at these inept socialists scratching their small brains in the photo below.
Two shot dead, including doctor, at Berlin hospital
Published July 26, 2016 FoxNews.com
Police investigate 4th attack in Germany in one week.
A man opened fire Tuesday at a hospital in Berlin, killing a doctor and turning the gun on himself in the latest deadly shooting to rock Germany, investigators said.
Berlin police initially said the doctor had suffered life-threatening injuries, but later said he had died. Police said they were still investigating but there was no indication of a “terrorist background” to the attack.
The shooting unfolded at the mouth, jaw and face surgery unit of the Benjamin-Franklin Hospital in the southwestern district of Steglitz. The gunman was a patient, police told AFP.
Investigators did not name the doctor or the shooter.
The attack occured the same day top security officials in the country called for tougher screening of asylum-seekers. They announced more police officers would be hired following four major attacks in the country in the span of a week — two of them claimed by the extremist Islamic State group.
Horst Seehofer, the governor of Bavaria — where three of last week’s attacks took place — told the daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung Tuesday: “We must know who is in our country.”
Thomas Strobl, the interior minister of Baden-Wuerttemberg, where a woman was killed by a Syrian attacker Sunday, also demanded a tougher stance toward asylum-seekers.
“Those who abuse the right to hospitality must go back to their home countries — make no mistake about it,” Strobl told Funke media group.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.