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10-Year-Old Ukrainian child thrown off bridge in Germany for not speaking Russian


Einbeck, Germany – In a shocking incident that has left the world in disbelief, a ten-year-old Ukrainian boy was brutally attacked in the town of Einbeck in northwestern Germany simply because he did not speak Russian. The assailant, who remains unidentified at this time, callously tossed the innocent child over the railing of a bridge.

According to reports from the local police, the young boy had been playing with a group of other Ukrainian children from the neighborhood this past Saturday when they were approached by an unknown man. The man insisted that they speak Russian instead of their native Ukrainian and shockingly asserted that it was Ukraine, not Russia, that had initiated the ongoing conflict.

The perpetrator, estimated to be between 40 and 45 years old, resorted to violence, first grabbing a girl from the group by her hair, and then turning his attention to the defenseless ten-year-old boy. Eyewitnesses described a horrifying scene as the man lifted the child and callously hurled him over the bridge’s edge. The child plummeted into a canal below, sustaining injuries to his foot and head during the fall. To compound the horror, as the boy lay injured in the water, the assailant flung a glass bottle that struck the child’s right shoulder.

After committing this heinous act, the perpetrator fled the scene, leaving the traumatized child behind. Authorities are now diligently searching for the unidentified assailant. The incident has prompted an immediate investigation into attempted murder.

The community of Einbeck is left in shock and disbelief at this shocking act of violence against an innocent child. The incident serves as a grim reminder of the destructive power of intolerance and hatred. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the young victim and his family during this painful and trying time, and we hope for a swift apprehension of the perpetrator so justice may be served.

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