Untold numbers of “children” have been admitted into European countries by officials who seem to have a civilizational death wish. Khavari had already attempted murder in Greece; why was he admitted into Germany at all? Why was he released from prison? How many more Khavaris are loose in Europe (and the U.S.)? How many more will be admitted before these suicidal “refugee” policies are ended?
“Afghan asylum seeker charged with raping and murdering EU official’s daughter in Germany will be tried as an adult after officials find he LIED that he was a minor,” by Emily Chan, Mailonline, February 23, 2017:
An Afghan asylum seeker charged with raping and murdering the daughter of an EU official will be tried as an adult, after it was found that he lied about being a minor.
Hussein Khavari was arrested over the rape and murder of 19-year-old medical student Maria Ladenburger in Freiburg, south-west Germany, in December last year.
He claimed he was 17, which meant he could only serve a maximum of ten years in jail if found guilty.
However, a report commissioned by the prosecutor’s office has concluded that Khavari was at least 22-years-old at the time of the offence.
Maria, who worked as a volunteer to help asylum seekers and whose father is a legal adviser to the European Commission in Brussels, was found raped and drowned on October 16 last year.
Khavari, who arrived in Germany as an unaccompanied minor in 2015, was arrested after police linked his DNA to traces found at the crime scene.
Police say he ambushed Maria as she rode her bicycle home after a party in the early hours of the morning, before raping her and drowning her in a river.
Khavari has been in custody since his arrest. He remains silent on all charges and did not allow himself to be questioned by forensic medical experts.
Investigators suspected that Khavari was lying when he said he was 17, as he had already told Greek authorities he was 17 back in 2013 before he came to Germany.
The new report on his age clears the way for prosecutors to charge him as an adult, meaning that if convicted, he could face a life sentence.
Following his arrest, it emerged that he had been sentenced to ten years in jail in Greece after he threw a 20-year-old student off a cliff on the island of Corfu in May 2013….