The trial of Hussein Khavari, charged with raping and murdering Maria Landburger, has started in Germany.
Angela Merkel’s open door policies allowed this degenerate into Germany. Maria’s blood is also on her hands.
An Afghan asylum seeker raped a German diplomat’s daughter ‘to satisfy his sexual urges’ then left her to die, a court has heard.
Hussein Khavari, from Afghanistan, is accused of ambushing Maria Ladenburger, 19, when she was cycling home from a party along a river in Freiburg, Germany last October.
Prosecutors accuse him of ‘maliciously’ attacking the young medical student before leaving her unconscious body to drown in a river.
He was linked to Maria, when police found a single strand of his hair at the crime scene and other traces of his DNA on a scarf left behind.
Maria, whose father is a senior legal adviser to the European Commission in Brussels, would spend her spare time helping out the city’s migrants in various shelters and homes.
Her body was found in the Dreisam River less than one mile from the student accommodation where she lived.
It took seven weeks before Khavari was arrested. The refugee claimed he was 17 at the time of the offence but other reports suggest he could be at least 22.
The killing sparked frenzied new waves of hatred and fear of refugees.
Even the leader of the country’s police union blamed Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open door asylum-seeker policy for her death.
The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party called Maria a ‘victim of Merkel’s welcome culture’.
It later emerged that Khavari was previously sentenced to 10 years in prison for attempted murder after he threw a woman off a cliff in Corfu in May 2013.
It is still unclear why Khavari, who arrived in Germany as an unaccompanied minor, was released by Greek authorities after just two years.
Apparently the German authorities knew nothing of his past and so let him into the country as a registered asylum seeker.
The victim, a history student, fell 25ft down the Greek cliff and only survived because she knew how to protect her head from her hobby of mountaineering.
She said she had been walking home when Khavari suddenly appeared in front of her: ‘I gave him my purse. But when the headlights of a car illuminated him he pushed me backwards.’
Speaking to the Greek TV channel Alfa in 2014 she went on: ‘Then he grabbed me at the hips and legs, lifted me up and threw me down the cliff.’
After Bild newspaper showed a recent photograph of him to his lawyer in the Greek trial, Maria-Eleni Nikolopoulou, she told them: ‘This is the same person, definitely. I’m speechless.’
As the years roll by, the virtue signaling German fools who hold up “Welcome Refugee” signs will reap a bitter harvest. What more can we do other than warn them over and over? How many dead bodies will it take before it starts to sink in with them that they’ve been duped by the siren song of the cultural enrichment of diversity.