African Kills Fellow Migrant With Chisel Amid ‘Orgy of Violence’

A Nigerian ‘asylum seeker’ in Austria reportedly murdered a fellow migrant with a stone chisel during a rampage in which he also injured two more migrants and attacked children on a playground.

The 25-year-old ‘refugee’ is said to have embarked on an “orgy of violence” after a dispute with two Afghans over drugs at the Mission House St. Gabriel in the Austrian town of Maria Enzersdorf, Kronen Zeitung reports.

He eventually encountered a Bangladeshi identified as Razib D. and killed him with a “huge stone chisel.”

Razib was “a guy who could not have harmed a mouse” says his brother, who has denounced immigration officials for allowing “peaceful people like my brother to live with such dangerous people. There are no security measures.”

The Nigerian fled to a nearby park, where he reportedly began stabbing trees and menacing children. Authorities arrived and arrested him after he attempted to attack the children with his weapon. Two police officers were injured during the apprehension.

In a follow-up report, Kronen Zeitung itemized a series of “explosive facts” about the case, including revelations that police did not conduct a manhunt upon discovery of the dead Bangladeshi, instead allowing the killer to remain on the loose for hours. The public were not notified about the case for more than 48 hours.

Additionally, the Nigerian was a known drug addict who was being housed in a special facility for mentally disabled asylum seekers - yet was allowed to come and go as he pleased, along with other migrants who could pose a threat to the local community.

“There are constantly turf wars among asylum-seekers,” said one witness who lives at the asylum center, also disclosing that many migrants operate as drug dealers.

In January, Austria’s interior minister vowed to begin enforcing “very, very strict asylum policies” after a government study found that foreigners were responsible for 40% of crimes committed in 2016, and that the number of foreign suspects had risen 13% in one year.

(PHOTO: Herbert Neubauer/AFP/Getty Images)

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