Skip to comments.The Greek Government and the Early Release of the Freiburg Murderer
Posted on 12/18/2016 8:35:21 PM PST by MtnClimber
Was Hussein Khavari (known only as Hussein K. in Germany) released from a Greek prison early in order that he might flee to Germany, and thus get him out of the Greeks hair? Or was it a matter of simple incompetence on the part of the Greek government?
Mr. Khavari, the alleged rapist and murderer of Maria L. in Freiburg, had been sentenced to ten years in prison in Greece for attempted murder. Yet the Greek judicial authorities released him after he had served only a year and a half of that sentence.
Below is a brief excerpt from a press conference in which German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière discusses the murder of Maria L. and the early release of her accused killer.
(Excerpt) Read more at gatesofvienna.net ...
When political correctness become suicide.
The father of the Greek girl who was severely injured on the first assault...said over the weekend that he was extremely shocked that the court had released the Afghan guy, and no one from the court had said a word to the family (the guy was released in the fall of 2015).
My guess is that it’s a routine thing that Greek judges will find any foreigners within their jail system and dump them via any possible method...to cut prisoners and cost.
The real shock is that this Afghan guy was listed on an asylum/immigration database in Greece, but no one entered any data of his crime, his conviction, or his release from prison.
When the initial reports of the rape and murder in Germany came out, they said the rapist was only 17. If this is true, his first kill took place when he was only 15. Given the demographic he hails from, this is certainly possible. But it’s more likely that he’s another “yute” who is far older than he claims to be.
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