The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has apparently checked references to a nuclear attack in the opening match of the women's World Cup in Germany on 26 June in Berlin.
Wiesbaden (SID) - the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has apparently checked references to a nuclear attack in the opening match of the women's World Cup in Germany on 26 June in Berlin. Several confidential documents of the police show online according to a report by the mirror that the women's World Cup could be considered by Islamist fanatics "in a much stronger" as a symbol of the "typical decadent way of life" of the West than for example a men World Cup. By Einzeltatern, "a special risk" go out in this context.
Apparently, the State Security Department in the Rhenish Meckenheim tested ST 44 of the BKA also evidence of a plan for a nuclear bomb attack in the opening match between Germany and Canada. An "Internet search" have however shown, a crime home Commissioner wrote according to Spiegel online, that triggers of the alarm messages "with high probability" was a film kursierender in the network, was fantasising where by an assassination attempt on 26 June at 19.00 in Berlin. The police officer concluded that the content of videos as safe can be classified are. It should have been a lie of the Internet.
The authorities also believe not in large riots or beatings at the games. The encounters in the stadiums would look at "in the main families and female young people" there, a Stuttgart Police Director noted: "hooligan typical behavior and violence of so-called football fans are in principle not to expect."