New details about the clan shooting in Kreuzberg


On the morning of Boxing Day, there was a shooting in the clan milieu in Berlin. Now there are new details. Apparently the situation at the poker table escalated.

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.

According to the prosecutor, the health of the injured is unchanged. Everyone involved probably knew each other. An arrest warrant has been issued against the Italian for triple attempted murder.

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