Authorities in the city of Wörgl, Austria have released updated information on a recent arson related criminal case complete with "hate speech" graffiti on an Albanian-Muslim owned pizza stand that was actually committed by the owners in hope of receiving a large insurance claim, but instead stirred up racial and religious ill-will, as reported by the news portal The Global Dispatch on Feb. 28, 2013.
Last month, a pizzeria was heavily damaged by fire and "racist graffiti in Turkish was left on the scene, complete with swastika symbols."
As reported, the graffiti was utilized to provoke violence and protests.
When the attack on the restaurant was initially discovered, it "immediately provoked demonstrations from Turks and [leftist] Greens protesting against 'right-wingers' and 'racists'."
But after further investigation, investigators have made public new details:
"One of the perpetrators has confessed, another is in custody. The anti-foreigner words are said to have been a diversionary tactic.
According to police, financial problems were the motive for the attack. As reported, two brothers were injured in front of the premises during the attack – an 18-year-old and 31-year-old Albanian."
As previously covered by BNI.com,
"Two Muslim men are as well as a brother of one of the men, now are suspects.
Investigators believe that the men living in Germany had planned the attack in advance, says lead fire investigator Mark Hammerl."
Also cited was that as the fire was set, the accelerant used accidentally exploded, injuring two of the three perpetrators, one seriously:
"The seriously injured 18-year-old is still in the hospital.
His brother has confessed. He and his brother were arrested in Tyrol."
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