Flensburg is a German town in Schleswig-Holstein, close to the Danish border. Last Friday a 16-year-old boy was stabbed in the head by a “youth” in Flensburg and died from his wounds. As usual, there is no indication of cultural enrichment in the following report. But one has one’s suspicions.
Many thanks to Hellequin GB for translating this article from PolitikStube:
“Everyone should know who Jonas was” — Flensburg: 16-year-old killed with a knife to the head
On Good Friday a 16-year-old was killed by being stabbed with a knife in the head area on a viewing platform in Flensburg. A 19-year-old “Flensburger” was arrested that night and is now in custody. In addition, although there is no description of suspects, at least the police know that the horrific act (as usual) was preceded by a “dispute”, and so it says in the “informative” press release:
On Good Friday (April 2) at around 6.15pm there was a physical argument between young men from Flensburg on a viewing platform in the street Am Schloßsswall. A 19-year-old from Flensburg stabbed a 16-year-old. Despite immediate rescue efforts, the boy succumbed to his injury a little later in the hospital. The autopsy carried out on Saturday afternoon (April 3) confirmed that the knife wound in the head area of the 16-year-old was the cause of death.
In the course of this investigation, the 19-year-old was arrested during the night. On Saturday afternoon, the 19-year-old accused was brought before a judge at the request of the Flensburg public prosecutor. Pre-trial detention was ordered.
After this press release, the citizen now knows everything he is allowed to know.
Relatives of the 16-year-old published the following post on Facebook after the gruesome act, which is more reminiscent of an execution:
We, the family, have decided that everyone should know who Jonas Niendorf is. Anyone who wants to say something is welcome to do so. Everyone can use his name and also post pictures of him so that we will always remember him.
I think his friends know Jonas best, and therefore we, the family, count on you very much. Thanks to everyone who is with us and Jonas…
Share this post so that as many people as possible know that we are not hiding and that today’s youth think about what happened there.
A donation page has been set up for Jonas’ funeral.