Black Forest "Rambo" Still On Lam, Hunt By Police, Dogs. Helos, Special Forces, Disarms More Cops After Having Drink,
A German man who was dubbed 'Rambo' after disarming four police officers at gunpoint before going on the run is thought to have penned a manifesto found by police.
The manifesto, titled 'The Call of the Wild', is thought to have been written by Yves Etienne Rausch, 31, who has gone on the run in Germany's Black Forest.
It was found in a bar shortly after Rausch 'suddenly and completely unexpectely' pulled a gun on police officers who carried out an ID check on him in a hut near Oppenau in Baden-Württemberg. He made the police hand over their weapons before running away.
Rausch's mother said he had gone to his aunt's after being evicted but then went to live in the forest.
She said he is a 'woodsman' and 'wanted to escape into nature, to be free.'
His mother added that she had had a coffee with him on July 8 where he had appeared 'perfectly normal'.