Good old Renate Künast of the Greens whose main concern after the Würzburg train axing spree was why police couldn't just render the perpetrator incapacitated rather than killing him reliably took to Twitter again after the Reichsbürger shootout, suggesting that there was a lack of media outrage compared to what would have been if the killer had been an Islamist.
Renate is back in the news, but this time she actually looks like the victim of the fashionable fake news trend. Various right-wing Facebook profiles had quoted her with allegedly stating about the Freiburg refugee rape case "While the traumatized young refugee has killed, one still has to help him now" to the "Süddeutsche Zeitung". Except that both she and the newspaper denied this statement was ever made; "Spiegel Online" notes the halting German of the supposed quote, including capitalizing "Junge", which makes it look like somebody wanted to write "boy". You get that in a lot of posts from self-styled defenders of German culture, indicating they're not particularly firm in their written German, and possibly not from Germany at all.
The case also feeds into the general debate of Facebook being slow to take down fake news, slander or hate speech under relevant German law; Künast complains it took three days and 5,000-plus shares of one of the posts alone for the company to react, despite her calling Facebook's chief lobbyist in Germany personally in addition to going through the regular reporting channels.