Hungarian news camerawoman caught on video by other reporters tripping and kicking Syrian refugees as they flee from a camp.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
September 8, 2015
Roszke, Hungary – The N1TV news station in Hungary confirmed that Petra Laszlo, a camerawoman for the TV station has been fired after video surfaced showing her tripping a father and his child on his arm and kicking several Syrian refugees including a female teen fleeing a camp near the Syrian border.
The refugees have fled Syria after ISIS terrorists have been gaining ground and have been killing thousands of defenseless children, men and women. ISIS vowed to kill all Christians and non-Muslim Europeans.
N1TV’s Editor in Chief Kisberk Szabolcs in a press release stated, that they did not tolerate the “unacceptable behavior” shown by Laszlo and was terminated on Tuesday after video surface from other news reporters/cameramen.
Several political groups and a human rights group are seeking charges against Laszlo for assaulting refugees. Laszlo has gone into hiding since, her contract was terminated at N1TV.
One of the videos circulating and going viral was posted on Twitter by Stephan Richter, a German reporter who condemned Laszlo’s abuse of Syrian refugees.
Update: Petra Laszlo released a statement to a Hungarian local newspaper saying, that she panic and snapped, was just defending herself and thought she going to be attacked by the refugees, she was sorry and didn’t deserve negative comments and death threats she has gotten after the videos surfaced of her tripping a father with his child in his arms and kicking other refugees including a young girl.