Berlin, Germany (CNN)A man arrested over the killing of a senior German politician earlier this month is believed to have links to the far right, prosecutors said Monday.
Walter Lübcke, who was president of the Kassel regional council in central Germany, was shot in the head at close range on the terrace of his home in the small village of Istha, in the early hours of June 2.
Sixty-five-year-old Lübcke was a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling Christian Democrats and an outspoken supporter of the government's pro-migrant policies in the wake of the 2015 refugee crisis.
The 45-year-old suspect was arrested on Saturday in Kassel based on traces of DNA evidence from the crime scene, according to the Hesse state office of criminal investigation and Kassel's public prosecutor. The suspect has a long criminal record, police said.
Thank God Europeans are finally fighting back and taking care of their traitors.
Hopefully this will happen in this country.
seems like a last ditch effort of a full retreat and Concurring of europian culture of the middle easteners into europe over the years ,,why did they wait so long to do something before they had to resort to this level of extreme