The Accused Murderer of Maria L. Has Been 17 For Three Years

If only the Spanish explorers had known that the Fountain of Youth was in Afghanistan, they wouldn’t have wasted so much time fooling around in Florida.

According to the latest news from Germany, the wee Afghan lad who allegedly raped and murdered Maria L. in Freiburg was arrested and imprisoned three years ago… when he was seventeen years old. He must have employed some interdimensional time warp to travel to Germany, because by the time he threw Maria’s body into the River Dreisam in October 2016, he was still only seventeen.

That must be some water they drink up there in the Hindu Kush.

The following news clip from German TV gives more details on the latest revelations about Hussein K., the alleged teenaged alleged murderer. It seems the energetic fellow threw a young lady over a cliff in Greece in 2014. His victim was fortunate enough to survive the fall, and was able to identify her assailant at his trial. The Greeks gave him a ten-year sentence, but released him early for unknown reasons. When he got out, he heard Mutti Merkel’s siren call and set his compass for Freiburg.

This German report goes to absurd extremes in pixelating faces and abbreviating names. If you want to read Hussein Khavari’s full name, and examine unblurred photos of his various tattoos, see the feature in today’s Daily Mail.

Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:

Below are excerpts from the Mail article:

Afghan Migrant Accused of Raping and Murdering EU Official’s Teenage Daughter Had Previously Tried to Kill a Woman by Throwing Her Off a CLIFF

A teenaged Afghan refugee accused of raping and murdering a young medical student in Germany had tried to kill once before, it emerged today.

Stern magazine reported that Hussein Khavari, 17, had thrown a 20-year-old student off a cliff on Corfu, Greece, in May 2013.

The woman was severely injured but ‘miraculously’ survived and was able to identify her attacker.

Khavari, who sits in detention in Germany after his DNA linked him to the October sex killing of Maria Ladenburger, 19, in Freiburg, was given a 10 year jail term by a Greek court.

Khavari told his lawyer that he ‘regretted’ what had happened. The magazine added: ‘Why the Greek justice system early on let him out of jail, if he pushed her off, is thus far unclear.’

Bild newspaper in Germany showed a picture of Khavari that he took of himself days before the attack on Maria to Maria-Eleni Nikolopoulou, his Greek lawyer in the trial in 2014.

Her reaction: ‘This is the same person, definitely. I’m speechless.’

The Greek victim plunged 25 feet down the cliff face. Authorities said she only survived because, as a keen amateur mountain climber, she knew how to protect her head during the plunge.

The attack came after Khavari had been drinking in a bar. The Greek history student told said she had been walking home when ‘he was suddenly in front of me. I gave him my purse. But when the headlights of a car him he pushed me backwards.’

In a further interview with the Greek TV channel Alfa in 2014 she went on; ‘Then he grabbed me at the hips and legs, lifted me up and threw me down the cliff.’

In February 2014 he was sentenced to 10 years in jail. But he was placed in youth detention and it remains unclear why he was freed so soon into his term.

Video transcript:

00:00   Hussein K. on one of his many selfies on Facebook. He’s allegedly the murderer of Maria L.
00:06   Hussein K. was recently allegedly transferred to a prison hospital, where he’s being watched 24/7.
00:12   This recording from Greek TV, obviously shows him as well. For legal reasons we had to
00:18   pixelate his face. The pictures are three years old and were taken
00:21   after Hussein K’s arrest on the Greek Island of Corfu.
00:24   Back then he allegedly also attacked a female student and seriously wounded her,
00:27   a scary parallel to Maria’s murder case.
00:30   We have to follow this tip; we have also made it our priority,
00:36   and the whole case is being verified by Greek police, as part of legal cooperation.
00:42   Back then in Greece Hussein K. gave three nationalities: Afghani, Iranian, Romanian.
00:48   And he presented himself as 17 years old. Almost three years later,
00:51   as a refugee in Germany, he pretends he’s 16,
00:54   and originally from Afghanistan. Back then Greek newspapers
00:57   published pictures of the perpetrator with a conspicuous tattoo
01:00   on his chest. A tattoo like the one that Maria’s murderer allegedly also has.
01:03   A Greek (female) attorney defended Hussein K.
01:06   three years ago. In his recent pictures from Freiburg, she recognized him right away.
01:12   In 2014 in Greece Hussein K. was sentenced to ten years prison for robbery and attempted murder.
01:18   However, he was released soon afterwards, possibly in October 2015, thanks to a new law
01:24   concerning overcrowded prisons in Greece. How Hussein K. traveled to Germany is not known,
01:30   but the fact remains that Maria’s alleged murderer entered Germany November 2015 as a refugee.

12 thoughts on “The Accused Murderer of Maria L. Has Been 17 For Three Years

  1. There are medical checks that can with some certainty pinpoint a person’s age. Obviously, in todays insane asylum, a medical check would have been considered against his human rights.

  2. To any liberal minded readers out there, that feeling you have in the bottom of your gut right now, it’s called rage.
    For the love of Pete, stop ignoring it!!!

  3. The Greeks just swept out the garbage to the willing idiots up North.

    Between an imploding Turkish economy and – yet another – Greek debt face off the ‘old continent’ is going to have some hard decisions to make.

    • I wonder how much of this “sweeping the garbage up north” is payback for sucking Greece dry while opening up the gates so that the beleaguered Greeks were hit with the migrant wave first? In any case, karma unleashed by Ms. Mackerel.

      Sweet naive Maria will become the poster child of the populist wave that will sweep the garbage to the doorstep of those who produce it. I pray some real good will come out of her tragedy. This story is just too horrific in all its convolutions to sweep under the carpet.

      Followed by the brutal kicks of passing women — as the kick jihad is gaining strength. The invaders are working hard to show even the terminally naive what they are about.

  4. How Mr. And Mrs L., and the rest of them, can ever be living with themselves is beyond rational reason, or at least mine.

    The pendulum swings, the pendulum swings. Repeat while clicking heels.

  5. All Germans and Greeks who voted for liberal/leftists (and I include in that category so-called “centre-right” parties) are collectively to blame for these atrocities.

  6. Unfortunately, the EU forced Greece to abolish the death penalty in the 80s. Greece has about 3 millions illegal migrants (~ 30% of its population!), who started inviting the country as early as 1990. Many of them are hard criminals.
    The prisons are overfilled, so the leftist Government (Minister of Justice Paraskevopoulos’ suggestion) passed the law 4322/2015, according to which many dangerous criminals have been set free in order to relieve the congestion of the prisons (!!)
    This is the second incident I know. The first was on the Island of Ydra, where two Georgian, released from prison, have killed and robbed a restaurant owner.

    @ Last Call on December 15, 2016 at 12:38 am

    No, you are wrong. Greeks did not just swept out the garbage to the willing idiots up North, because the Greek Authorities had prohibited the Afghan to leave the country and released him under the condition to be presented in the police station every week.
    Of course he escaped from Greece, but was not “just swept out”. You better do not write things you have no idea of.

  7. I am going to be the first to identify age fluidity. If you are under arrest you can claim to be a minor and not responsible for your actions, if you want to claim social security to can be 75. Sounds great to me.

  8. A last remark/question: I wonder whether the Ladenburger family can sue the Greek government.

    After the two incidents(*), the unacceptable law is still in force!

    (*) Pls read my comment December 15, 2016 at 11:12 am

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