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In the 24-page manifesto written by Tobias R, 43, and author of the double slaughter of Hanau, he tries to justify his crimes. According to the German journalist Peter Neumann, a terrorism expert at King's College in London, the text attests to a "hatred of foreigners and non-whites" amidst absurd references to Hollywood movies, women and the German soccer team, he reveals the German newspaper Bild .
"It calls for the extermination of several countries in North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia," using "explicitly terms of eugenics, stating that science shows that some races are superior, " Neumann explains on Twitter.
On the other hand, the alleged author claims to have been "guarded all his life by the secret services" and describes himself as an "involuntary single", confessing "never to have had a relationship with a woman, " Neumann continues.
Such texts are common in ultra-right-wing criminals like Tobias R. For example, Christchurch's Australian assassin, Brenton Tarrant, sent his own 74-page manifesto via email to Australian Prime Minister Jacinta Arden before committing the massacre of 50 muslim people. Alexandre Bissonnette, 27 and author of the massacre of the Quebec mosque, also reflected his ideas on Facebook. Stephan B, who killed two people in the synagogue in Halle (Germany), also left a letter that claimed to have "a global impact" and add other ultra-rightists to his escalation of terror.
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