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7 young migrants set homeless man on fire at train station in Berlin Germany

By Mason White 3:19 PM May 29, 2017
Migrants who set homeless man on fire
Migrants who set homeless man on fire
By: William Martin

(Scroll down for video) A group of refugees set fire to a homeless man and laughed about it while traveling on a train, according to police in Germany.

Berlin police said that they have charged six of the young men with attempted murder and the seventh suspect is facing one count of failure to assist.

According to the police investigation, six suspects came from Syria while the seventh refugee was from Libya.

The group of men, who ranged were between 16 and 21 years old, went to the U-Bahn train station, where they saw a 37-year-old homeless man sleeping on bench.

One of the refugees lit a tissue and placed it on the victim’s head. Within seconds, the victim’s clothes caught on fire.

Luckily, a train arrived and passengers extinguished the flames.

The victim did not suffer serious injuries. The suspects then boarded a train, where they laughed about what they had done.

The entire incident was recorded on the security surveillance system of the train station. Police released video, showing the suspect laughing while traveling on the train.