An Afghan ‘refugee’ stabbed a teenage German girl to death in the southwestern German town of Kandel, German media report. The girl was reportedly shopping at a drugstore when the perpetrator attacked her with a 20-centimeter knife, stabbing her several times. The girl died of her injuries.
German news outlets were quick to identify the attacker as a ‘unaccompanied refugee’ from Afghanistan. It is, however, a common practice among young migrants entering illegally into Europe to register themselves as “unaccompanied minors.” The status as ‘minor’ gives them greater welfare benefits and more secure asylum status – not to mention the immunity from any future criminal prosecution. If a migrant “self-identifies” as a minor, the European immigration agencies are obliged to accept the claim without further investigations, often regarded as ‘intrusive’ by government authorities.
According to the German newspaper Die Welt, the attacker knew the victim and had threatened her in the past. Earlier this month, the parents of the teenager had filed a police complaint against the Afghan man.
German newspaper Bild Zeitung reported the crime:
A 15-year-old Afghan stabbed a girl of his own age in the town of Kandel, in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The attack followed an altercation between the teenagers at a DM retail store, the public prosecutor's office in Landau and the Rhine-Palatinate police headquarters confirm. The girl succumbed to her injuries in the hospital later.
Passersby overpowered the young Afghan after the crime that took place on [Wednesday] afternoon, and police detained him. [Author’s translation]
Last year, an Afghan ‘refugee’, who was charged with the rape and murder of a 19-year-old German girl in the city of Freiberg, claimed to be 16 at the time of the crime. He was found to be over 33, according to the legal documents presented before the court.
A facial analysis of the refugee ‘children’ accepted by the UK on humanitarian grounds from the notorious ‘Jungle’ migrant camp located in the French port city of Calais last year, assessed the average age of these “unaccompanied minors” to be somewhere around 25.
To counter embarrassing revelations, a UK Home Office spokesman claimed that fleeing their war-torn country had “toughened them up” and “so they've grown up a bit quicker.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Conservatives (CDU) are currently in talks with the left-wing Social Democrats (SPD) to form the next coalition government. Once Chancellor Merkel resumes her forth-term in office, Germany is expected to roll out a family-reunification program that could allow hundreds and thousands of refugees and “unaccompanied minors” to bring their families over to the country.
Germany is already facing a migrant crime wave. According to the annual crime report compiled by Germany’s Federal Crime Bureau (BKA), there has been over a 50 percent rise in the migrant crime compared to the year before. And these are just the official statistics. In recent years, German law enforcement agencies have repeatedly been accused of covering up migrant crimes, often under pressure from politicians pushing their ‘Refugees Welcome’ agenda.
With Chancellor Merkel staying the course on her open-door policy towards illegal immigration, Germany’s imported crime wave is expected to rise further.