The arson attack in Bingen-Sponsheim has apparently been cleared up: on Saturday evening at 10 pm the police in Bingen arrested an urgently wanted suspect - a 26-year-old man from Syria, who himself lived in the Eidt guest house in Sponsheim concerned.
As reported, the fire broke out on Wednesday/Thursday night at 3 in the morning in the cellar of the guest house. The fire brigade were able to rescue all 25 people who were in the building at that time. Six people, including two firefighters, suffered from smoke inhalation. The 25 people included 13 refugees who were housed permanently in the guest house, ten from Syria, three from Afghanistan.
At first the 26-year-old disputed the crime, but then admitted it, said a joint press statement issued by the police and the Mainz prosecutor's office on Sunday afternoon. According to these details, his confession relates both to the fire-raising and the spraying of three swastikas. He acted alone. He wanted to lay a false trail with the swastikas, he said.
The 26-year-old said he was motivated by a wish to draw attention to the cramped living conditions in the accommodation as well as the lack of future prospects people like him had. He underestimated the risks the fire would create.
... Despite the new development, a "Vigil against hate and violence" began at 2 pm at the Bürgermeister-Neff-Platz in Bingen. He did not think it was appropriate to cancel the event at short notice, said Senior Mayor Thomas Feser (CDU) when asked by this newspaper. It should remain: especially now, when the mood in the country is so stirred up, it is important to send a signal in favour of democracy.Source
This was from a previous article on the same subject, before the "Syrian" "refugee" perpetrator had been discovered.
In a joint declaration, the different parties in Bingen city council said the following: "This is a slap in the face to our free and tolerant society." Right-wing extremism has now shown its hateful shape in Bingen too. "In the parliament of Bingen city council, we must now explicitly confront the major problem of right-wing extremism and xenophobia." Bingen is an open and "bunte" [colourful] city. The council encourages all people involved in giving help to refugees to continue their good work.w Next Sunday at 2 pm the association "Nie wieder 33" [Never Again 33] will set up a vigil in Bingen.Source
Much like "vibrant" in English, "Bunt" [colourful] is one of the propaganda keywords the German ruling class likes to use to pretend that the European Genocide is something to be celebrated.