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Stephan Balliet, 28, shot and killed a female passer-by and a man at a kebab shop after failing to break into the synagogue on 9 October 2019.
Note: The "female" part comes up later in the text.
Only a heavy, bolted door kept him from firing at 52 Jewish worshippers marking the Yom Kippur festival inside. It nearly became Germany's worst anti-Semitic atrocity since the Nazi era.
Balliet expressed no remorse for the attack on the synagogue.
During his five-month trial, Balliet denied the Holocaust in open court - a criminal offence in Germany. He laughed when the Holocaust was mentioned in court. He said that "attacking the synagogue was not a mistake, they are my enemies". He espoused a racist, misogynist ideology.
All-round shithead, then.
He wore combat fatigues on the day of the attack and filmed the shooting, broadcasting it for 35 minutes on the internet. His home-made gun repeatedly jammed.
Typical of these idiots, these days.
Judges said Balliet was "seriously culpable", effectively barring him from early release. He was convicted of two counts of murder and multiple counts of attempted murder.
Balliet said his attack was inspired by Brenton Tarrant, the far-right gunman who killed 51 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
How "inspiring" it must have been for this shithead. Idiots following idiots is how you ruin the world.
In court, Balliet apologised only for shooting a woman passing by, saying he "didn't want to kill whites".
Psychiatrist Norbert Leygraf said of Balliet, in an evaluation, that he had symptoms of schizophrenia, paranoia and autism preventing him from having "empathy with others" while feeling "superior to others", AFP news agency reported.
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When are we going to discuss the growing persecution of religionists by political ideologes. We acknowledge the other way around.
Maybe ideologies should be criticized for dogma, not just religoin?