The Wuerzburg police posted on their Facebook page that 3 of the victims suffered serious injuries and one was slightly injured. Thankfully, the young jihadist didn't know where to find the vital organs on his victims and none were killed outright. An additional 14 people who were on scene were being treated for shock.
Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann, a top security official, told ARD TV that the attacker was a 17-year-old Afghan refugee, and the initial information on the jihadist was that he came to Germany as an unaccompanied minor and lived in the Wuerzburg area, initially at a refugee facility in Ochsenfurt. He more recently moved in with a foster family who, I bet, aren't happy about the situation.
Herrmann said authorities were still investigating the motive for the attack (like we don't have a clue) and there were reports that the attacker was yelling something (that rhymed with Al Lou Go Bragh!) during the attack.
The train was coming from the Bavarian town of Treuchtlingen heading to Wuerzburg, about 60 miles northwest of Nuremberg, where the famous Nuremberg trials were held between November 20, 1945 and October 1, 1946 in which military tribunals were held by allied forces. The purpose was to prosecute leadership members of Nazi Germany.
Now we are cursed with another form of Nazi, the Islamic jihadist. The similarity is that they hate the Jews as vehemently as Hitler's Nazis, but the difference is that they hate the rest of the non-Islamic world as well.
Germany registered over 1 million refugees entering the country last year. Of these, over 150,000 are Afghans. However, it isn't yet known if the suspect was from that group or had been in Germany longer.
What is clear is that if we accept immigrants the carte blanche way Germany has, we will experience similar attacks from Islamic jihadists.
It's what they do.