How many people have to die as a result of the EU and UN’s migration policies? It is depraved.
This migrant was allowed into Europe, despite the fact that he had killed before in his own country Afghanistan. And he won’t be deported for this savage crime because he is charged with murder in Afghanistan.
Saber Akhondzada, 17, is wanted for murder in Afghanistan and is believed to have stabbed his Austrian girlfriend to death in the city of Steyr.
Akhondzada, who arrived in Austria between 2015 and 2016, handed himself over to police in Vienna yesterday but will not face deportation because Austria does not deport people facing a possible death sentence. (Daily Mail)
The victim had dated her murderer:
According to Michelle’s family, there were recurring conflicts between the couple as the boy tried to limit his girlfriend’s movements and forbade her from talking to other men.
An autopsy showed Michelle died from two stab wounds in her back, with one stab puncturing her lung. (Daily Mail)
The alleged murderer of 16-year-old Michelle F. from Steyr in Upper Austria is caught. Saber A. (17) presented himself on the Tuesday afternoon to the police in Vienna. However, mourning over the death of the young girl is also mixed with incomprehension about the authorities: for the youth from Afghanistan, who came to Austria with traffickers in the spring of 2016, could not be deported despite rejected asylum claims. He is said to have already killed in his homeland.
The asylum record of the suspect (the presumption of innocence applies) in detail: As an unaccompanied minor, Saber A. comes illegally to Austria at the age of 14 in the spring of 2016 and files an asylum application. Although this is rejected, the Afghan may stay. Apparently, his reason for flight is also a murder, which he should confess to the brother of his future victim. Since he is in his homeland political or religious persecution or threatened with such a serious crime, the death penalty, the up to the alleged murder of his girlfriend (16) respectable adolescents can not be deported.
In official German there is the term subsidiary protection (this year already granted for 3600 people). The tolerated stay was then extended in February 2018 by the Federal Office for Aliens and Asylum for the now 17-year-old by a further two years to 2020.
Austrian police detain Afghan teen suspected of fatally stabbing 16yo ex-girlfriend in the back
RT, 11 Dec, 2018 14:05
An Afghan citizen is suspected of fatally stabbing a 16-year-old girl in her own home in Austria. The alleged perpetrator – also a teenager – has been detained after being on the run, police announced in a tweet.
The 17-year-old is alleged to have stabbed his ex-girlfriend in the back, puncturing her lung. According to media reports, the victim’s mother had to force the bedroom door open after becoming worried about her daughter.
Beim Tatverdächtigen handelt es sich um Saber Akhondzada. Er ist 174 cm groß, schlank, hat schwarze Haare, braune Augen; er hat Hautmale auf der linken Wange, am Hals rechts und an der Oberlippe rechts.
Hinweise an das LKA OÖ unter 📞 059133/40 3333 oder jede Polizeidienststelle. pic.twitter.com/bxH2GweNcm
— POLIZEI OÖ (@LPDooe) December 10, 2018
Despite the door being barricaded from inside, the woman still managed to make her way in… only to discover the teen’s body. Investigators believe the suspect jumped out the window (as it was wide open) – leaving the girl dead on the floor.
The murder occurred in the town of Steyr, just about two hours west of Vienna. It is said that the ex-boyfriend lived nearby at home for asylum seekers and had an on-off relationship with the 16-year-old. The motive behind the tragedy is still being investigated.
A neighbor described the suspect as “close-lipped,” yet stressed that the girl was also rather quite. So far, there are no reports the youngster has been implicated in any other offences or crimes.
Apart from him living in the shelter for asylum seekers, few details are known. There is also no information on whether the youngster had permanent or temporary rights for staying in Austria.
Vienna has been an outspoken critic of the EU’s open-door migrant policy. Widespread anti-immigrant sentiment was sparked after Austria took in some 150,000 asylum seekers starting in 2015 – a number which accounts for over one percent of its total population. The ruling conservative coalition government has adopted a strict stance on migration, with the Interior Ministry even mulling a “border protection unit” to prevent a repeat of the 2015 migrant influx.
In November, Vienna announced that it would back out of a UN pact on international cooperation on migration, insisting that the agreement is inadequate for managing global migration flows and threatens Austria’s sovereignty.
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