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    I think it's better to collect HK sightings in Germany in a single thread, instead of creating a thread for each incident that makes them come out of their armories...

    Off we go then:

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    Nice pic- thanks for sharing!

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    Pic showing 2 GSG9 personnel guarding a terror suspect.

    Anyone got a clue what the bag around his hands' good for?

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    You can not grab something. For very dangerous suspects. Or used by very careful officers.

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    Same as the bag over the head,
    protecting the guarding officers!

    Is this pics from the incident in Ostwestfalen???
    That scrum want to bomb the airport of Frankfurt
    and the Ramstein AB!!!
    They should be send to Guantanamo!
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    I was just about to post htis pic....you beat me by a long shot
    When seconds count, the police are just minutes away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by variable View Post
    Pic showing 2 GSG9 personnel guarding a terror suspect.

    Anyone got a clue what the bag around his hands' good for?
    Perhaps he's the one who got a pistol out of the holster of a GSG9 as he was being taken to the ground. Shot the officer in the hand.

    From Washingtonpost.com:

    "One of the three men fled and, in a scuffle with a police officer, wrested a pistol from his holster and shot him in the hand before he was subdued."

    Here's a clearer version of the picture.

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    I was also going to post the same photo, but all of you beat me to it. Next time...

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    Link to reuters:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/topNe...46383320070905

    I hope these bastards go to jail and rot there till they die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessegpresley View Post
    Perhaps he's the one who got a pistol out of the holster of a GSG9 as he was being taken to the ground. Shot the officer in the hand.
    The gun was not taken from a GSG-9 officer but from an officer of the BKA. The suspect grabbed the officer´s gun after a "wrestling match" (quote from the president of the BKA Zierke) with the officer. A shot was fired which injured the officer´s hand. The suspect pulled the trigger a second time, but the gun jammed (probably because the officer had grabbed the gun while the first shot was fired which caused the failure).
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