Iraqi murderer of German teen girl bragged: Everything is for free here, no working and a salary from the state
The murderer of the German teen girl Susanna, bragged about Germany to his relatives in Iraq. He and his family would not have to work and they would get a salary from the state, MMnews reports.
During their stay in Germany for several years, Ali B. and his family apparently raved about the conditions in this country to relatives in northern Iraq. “They said that they are doing well in Germany,” says a cousin of Ali B. from the Iraqi Kurdish region.
“They would not have to work hard, they would take care of them and they would get a salary from the state,” relatives said.
Ali B. came to Germany from Iraq in October 2015 with his parents and seven siblings. Their applications for asylum were officially justified by the family as saying that the children in their homeland could possibly be recruited by armed Kurdish PKK fighters for armed conflict.
The now arrested Ali B. confessed to have killed 14-year-old Susanna F. from Mainz in May this year. He was arrested after he and his family fled under a false name to Iraq after the murder. The Wiesbaden public prosecutor’s office assumes that he had raped the girl as well.