"The victims were no foreigners." German officials and family members gathered to honor the victims of a white supremacist attack that left 11 people dead, including the suspected gunman, in the town of Hanau.
The president named all nine victims of the Hanau shooting, saying, "they were our fellow citizens. They were so much more than what the assassin saw in them."
German police treating shootings in Hanau as terror attacks, with evidence that suspect was right-wing extremist
"Racism is poison, hatred is poison and this poison exists in society and it is to blame for far too many crimes." German Chancellor Angela Merkel responds to the deadly shooting in Hanau, saying "we do not differentiate citizens based on their origin or religion."