At first, you should remember again: These internet pages only serve for historical and social research and information. The authors disaffirm any form of violence against human beings and objects and dissociate with any violence committed brought into relation with these internet pages. The authors are not responsible for any violence or criminal acts done under vocation of these internet pages. The presentation of the methods mainly shows how unnoticed and intelligent but also how brutal and senseless the assassins proceed at the attacks and their preparation and what the victims can do for their shelter. All in all, it can be said that the kind of method doesn't allow any conclusions to the background of the assassins. The sort of attack depends - besides the unscrupulousness and the intelligence of the assassins - on their financial and organizational capacities. As a conclusion one can say that the kind of execution and eventual murder weapons belong to the decisive factors during the execution and the enlightenment of the case, but their influence on the assassination result is very low. As an example one can refer to the third attempt on the German emperor, William I. On September 28, 1883, the emperor, his grandchild and 18 governing princes wanted to inaugurate the Niederwalddenkmal (Lower Woods Memorial) above Rüdesheim. During the speeches, the two anarchists Emil Küchler and Franz Reinhold Rupsch who also stayed at the event wanted to blow up the festival society. German author Jörg von Uthmann describes in his book "Attentat. Mord aus gutem Gewissen" (Attacks. Murders with good conscience), that Rupsch had bought a fuse which was cheaper by 35 pfennigs but not water proofed. The fuse burnt out before it reached the explosive device. Küchler and the man behind the attempt, the typographer August Reinsdorf, were sentenced to death by the Empire Court and beheaded in February 1885 in Halle (Germany). The economical Rupsch was pardoned to lifelong penitentiary. In times of lacking product quality or at underestimating the effort of certain weapons, the combination of several tools became usual. An example for this was the murder of German Foreign Minister Walther Rathenau. After the right-wing extremists shot several bullets at the driving car of Rathenau, they additionally throw a hand grenade, although Rathenau was already dead. In the same category the cruel murder of German left-wing politician Rosa Luxemburg fits. After she had been nearly beaten by an officer, she had been seated next to another officer at the rear seat of a hood-less car. This officer shot her head with a gun from the closest distance. Finally, her corpus was thrown in the Berlin Landwehr Canal by members of the Reichswehr army.