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Ali B. confessed to having killed 14-year-old Susanna F. But he denies having raped the girl beforehand. He faces murder charges. (Source: t-online.de)

Ali B .: The 22-year-old has already admitted to the Wiesbaden regional court that he killed 14-year-old Susanna, but denies that she had been raped before. (Source: t-online.de)

Susanna’s mother was present at almost every day of the trial. Dressed entirely in black, she looked at least outwardly composed when she was watching the process. Sometimes, however, the tears did break out of her, for example when details were discussed about the incredible deed that wiped out her daughter’s life. According to the prosecution, 14-year-old Susanna was raped by the Iraqi refugee Ali B. near the railroad tracks in Wiesbaden and then killed. After almost four months of the trial, the Wiesbaden Regional Court plans to announce the verdict on Wednesday (July 10th).

Susanna’s violent death had upset people in the Mainz and Wiesbaden region and far beyond. Susanna died, the investigations showed, on May 22, 2018 in the evening or the following night. For several days, the missing student from Mainz was searched in vain.123helpme.me The police did not find her body buried in the ground until June 6th in Wiesbaden-Erbenheim. The case was also special because Ali B. left for northern Iraq with his family shortly after the crime. The Kurds ruling there handed him over to the federal police, which brought him back to Germany.

Highly emotional

In the middle of puberty, maybe a bit naive, but definitely lovable and generous – that’s how friends and her mother describe Susanna. It is important to the mother that the public gets to know her daughter for who she really was.

It gets very emotional on the penultimate day of the trial when the mother describes the worst time of her life – when she received the news of Susanna’s death. After that, she did not enter Susanna’s room in her apartment for six months, she told the court with tears.

Wiesbaden: Candles, an angel figure and personal expressions of mourning are near the place where Susanna’s corpse was found. (Source: dpa)

As emotional as Susanna’s family on the one hand, so cold is the accused. If he describes the act, it seems as if it is a play that he is playing, nothing that seriously concerns him. "He could also have talked about making asparagus", says public prosecutor Sabine Kolb-Schlotter in her plea. An expert attested that the 22-year-old had a personality disorder, that he was incapable of empathy and that he could not empathize with other people.

His defense lawyer, Marcus Steffel, believes that he cannot be equated with any adult of that age. Ali B. was not controlled either by his parents or by his social environment. "But that doesn’t mean that he has no sense of guilt", says Steffel in his closing lecture. But Ali B.’s statement does not make it really clear why Susanna had to die. Ali B. protested in court that he did not rap her.

From the point of view of the prosecutor, he killed the 14-year-old to cover up the rape. She demands life imprisonment for him. If the judges recognize that the guilt is particularly serious, release from prison after 15 years is as good as impossible.

Experienced judge

The presiding judge Jürgen Bonk conducted the proceedings. He is considered to be a very experienced judge who is turned towards those involved in the process, but also asks very detailed and extremely meticulous questions. Bonk treats the many young Witnesses in a friendly but determined manner. As often as possible, he meets with them in advance, shows them the room and explains the processes during the testimony. He does not shy away from strict paternal admonitions.

The verdict is to be pronounced against the defendant Ali B. after four months of negotiations. (Source: dpa)

"Bonk is one of the best judges, a fully qualified lawyer, but has remained human"says Rudolf-Lothar Glas from the victim protection organization Weißer Ring. One of her employees accompanied Susanna’s mother and her partner when they went to court or to the lawyer. The organization also supports Susanna’s family financially, for example for a short vacation or for the funeral.

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For Glas and the White Ring, after the judgment, the accompaniment of Susanna’s family will not end abruptly. "We will contact you by phone or visit you", he says. For Susanna’s mother it will now be a matter of bringing something like normalcy back into her life, despite all open questions.

Sources used: dpa news agency

Wuppertal (dpa) – The nightly activities of the self-appointed "Sharia Police" in Wuppertal have been punished by the judiciary after all.

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Five years after the action by Islamists, the Wuppertal district court imposed fines between 300 and 1,800 euros on seven men between the ages of 27 and 37. Three of them were convicted of violating the uniform prohibition and four of aiding and abetting.

In 2014, Islamists were unannounced in safety vests with the print "Shariah Police" moved through Wuppertal at night. They had filmed their performance themselves and posted it on the Internet. The action had caused a stir and outrage nationwide.

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She was capable of intimidating people, one "suggestive-militant effect" to achieve, said the presiding judge Holger Jung. The Salafists had deliberately made the connection to the Sharia police, a militant group known from the Middle East that "does not take in the arm, but beats with the cane and chops off hands".

From politics after the appearance five years ago "severe punishments" the judge said. But there is only a minor penalty available. "There is a gap between claims and legal reality." The court also upheld all of the convicts for not having assumed they were doing something prohibited. In addition, it was not her idea, but that of her then leader Sven L.

In the first instance, the Wuppertal district court acquitted all of the defendants. The appearance was not a criminal offense, no one felt intimidated, it was said at the time. A witness said he suspected the performance was going to be a bachelorette party.

But then the Federal Court of Justice overturned the acquittals and ordered the new edition. It was sufficient if the action was basically suitable to intimidate someone, the BGH found. The district court has now affirmed this with the conviction. Some defense lawyers have already announced that they will appeal.

The constant initiator of the self-appointed "Sharia Police", Ex-Islamist leader Sven L., is not among the convicted. The case against him had been dropped because of more serious allegations of terror aid. L. was later sentenced to five and a half years in prison and released on parole a few days ago.

During the trial he had admitted as a witness that he was named "Sharia Police" thought up and ignored concerns. He assumed that the print was in its English version "Policy" – as on carnival costumes – no violation of the uniform ban.

It was only about converting young people to visit their mosque and to a different way of life. At that time, yellow flyers were circulating with the inscription "Shariah Controlled Zone" (Sharia-controlled zone) and the rules: no alcohol, no gambling, no music, no pornography, no drugs.

Munich (dpa) – The judgment in the trial of a fatal Oktoberfest dispute is due to fall before the Munich I district court. The public prosecutor’s office had demanded five years imprisonment for the 43-year-old defendant for bodily harm resulting in death, with a maximum of three years in defense.

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At the beginning of the proceedings, he admitted to having severely beaten a 58-year-old opponent in September 2018. The man from the Munich area died a little later of a brain hemorrhage. The death at the Oktoberfest made headlines last year.

The two German men had clashed outside the Augustiner marquee. According to the defendant, the elderly man became vulgar and tried to turn on his acquaintance. Then he hit him, whereupon the victim fell to the ground. Only the next day did he find out that the man had died. The 43-year-old then turned himself in to the police.

Essen (dpa) – There were dramatic scenes that were documented, among other things, by an eyewitness video: On New Year’s Eve 2018, a mentally ill man in the Ruhr area apparently targeted people with a migration background – 14 people were injured, one woman was in mortal danger.

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"It was like a suction – like a vacuum cleaner"says the 50-year-old on Friday in front of the Essen jury court. "I didn’t even notice anything that was right and left." The voice calm, the face reddened: When the alleged gunman is led into the courtroom, he meets some of his victims again for the first time. They are only a few meters across from him, but he does not seem to notice them properly even now. He did not find any words of regret at the start of the process.

"For him everything is like behind a veil", his defense attorney Andreas Renschler said before the trial began. "He’s a broken person."

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The unemployed window cleaner has suffered from paranoid schizophrenia for years. But he always wants to have taken his medication. "That’s why I don’t understand how it came about"he tells the judges. But he doesn’t want to deny anything. Even if he can’t remember everything for a long time.

"He obviously wanted to run over the people on purpose"the prosecutor said. "The motives for his actions are evidently based on the accused’s apparent xenophobia". But the 50-year-old immediately declined in court. "I have friends from abroad myself. I’m actually not like that."

After his arrest, however, it had sounded very different. He is said to have ranted about foreigners and asylum seekers and also said this sentence: "I cleaned up – and swept electronically." What he doesn’t want to remember in the process.

"There is no right thought in him"says his defense attorney on the sidelines of the trial. "Those were just pithy slogans that police officers pounced on at the time." In his madness, his client apparently assumed that the foreigners he saw in front of him were about to carry out an attack. "He wanted to prevent that." In fact, the defendant is just a very sick person.

The situation was particularly dramatic for a 46-year-old Syrian who was run over twice in Bottrop. Among other things, the knee artery was severed, according to the public prosecutor’s office there was an acute danger to life. An emergency operation saved the woman.

The public prosecutor assumes that the unemployed window cleaner is at fault. Although it is about multiple attempted murder, he can therefore not be punished. In the process, however, he is threatened with permanent placement in the closed psychiatry.

He was accused of rape and killing a 14-year-old. Now the judgment against Ali B. has been passed. The judge pronounced a life sentence – and went even further. 

The Wiesbaden district court sentenced the defendant Ali B. to life imprisonment for the murder of 14-year-old student Susanna from Mainz. The judges also determined the particular gravity of the guilt in their judgment on Wednesday. An early release from prison after 15 years is therefore as good as impossible for the Iraqi refugee. The court also decided to reserve the order for preventive detention after the end of the term of detention. Ali B. is in the opinion of his judges "highly dangerous". 

Briefly explained: Life imprisonment and special severity of guilt

The district court saw it as proven that the 22-year-old Susanna raped and murdered more than a year ago in a wooded area near the Wiesbaden district of Erbenheim. "They wanted this girl"said the presiding judge Jürgen Bonk, turning to the defendant. The claim that there was consensual sexual intercourse is implausible. Ali B. have "with enormous persistence and deadly consistency" pursues his interest in Susanna and tries to isolate the student in the mutual group of friends.

Witness statements had credibly and unanimously described Susanna’s relationship with Ali B., and none of this agreed with Ali B’s own account. That have "nothing to do with trust, nothing with affection, nothing to do with a relationship of trust". The board is convinced that Susanna will never have consensual sexual intercourse with Ali B.

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