In a shootout in Berlin-Kreuzberg in the clan milieu on Boxing Day, four men were injured, some seriously. Including the well-known clan great Veysel K. and a brother of clan chief Arafat Abou-Chaker. Now there are new indications of the cause of the bloody argument.
A spokesman for the Berlin Public Prosecutor’s Office confirmed that the dispute was about “illegal business”. “ Bild” suspects a dispute over gambling debts as the cause of the shooting, as police officers carried poker utensils and a gaming table from the affected building on the day of the incident.
As “ Bild” reports, the nephew of a well-known clan chief is said to have been put into an artificial coma. Veysel K. was also critically injured. Arafat Abou-Chaker’s brother was hospitalized, but his life is not in danger. The fourth injured is said to be a 30-year-old Italian who opened fire. He shot three men before he was shot.