They let him go. He flew to Turkey after murdering Susanna Feldmann, with “German airport officials apparently not realizing that he was traveling with different names on his identity papers and his airplane boarding card.” Then he was arrested in Iraq, and German authorities are hoping they’ll be able to get him back.
Are German authorities really this stupid? Or did they let him go on purpose, because his trial would shed unwelcome light on Islamic Jew-hatred and the catastrophe that Merkel’s immigration policies have brought to Germany? It seems much more likely that they hoped that Ali Bashar would leave Germany and disappear, so that they could sweep the murder of this poor girl under the rug and not face a challenge to their disastrous policies.
“German Police Vexed by Exit of Iraqi Man Accused of Murdering Jewish Teenager in Wiesbaden,” by Ben Cohen, Algemeiner, June 8, 2018:
Anxious German authorities on Friday were attempting to establish how an Iraqi refugee accused of the horrific rape and murder of a German Jewish teenager was able to leave the country with his family unhindered last week.
Ali Bashar — the 20-year-old suspected of sexually assaulting and then killing 14-year-old Susannah Feldmann on the outskirts of the city of Wiesbaden — was arrested by security forces in the Kurdish capital of Erbil in northern Iraq on Friday morning, following a request from police in Germany. On Thursday last week, German media outlets reported, Bashar flew to Turkey with his wife and six children, with German airport officials apparently not realizing that he was traveling with different names on his identity papers and his airplane boarding card.
While Iraq and Germany do not have an extradition treaty, German officials were hopeful that Bashar’s arrest by the forces of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) would make the process of returning him for trial more straightforward, news outlet Focus reported.
Feldmann, from the city of Mainz near Frankfurt, was reported missing on May 22. She was found dead on Wednesday in a wooded area near train tracks in Wiesbaden on the opposite bank of the Rhine river, near a refugee center where the suspected attacker had lived, police said. An autopsy showed that the 14 year-old had been the victim of a violent sexual attack.
Bashar was already under investigation for a suspected robbery and was appealing a December 2016 decision by German authorities to reject his asylum application….
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