Germany: Iraqi Rapefugee-Murderer Charged with Three Counts
Fake refugee from Iraq, Ali Bashar, who invaded Germany pretending to be an asylum seeker in 2015, has been charged with three offenses including the much publicized rape-murder of 14-year-old Jewess Susanna Feldman, German media has reported.
According to a report in the Bild newspaper, the prosecution has instated two further charges against the 21-year-old nonwhite invader—meaning that he has now been charged for murder, rape, and robbery.
The rape charges pertain not just to the Feldman case, but also to an 11-year-old he raped in his room at the “asylum center” in Erbenheim.
Another rape charge pertains to a third rape incident—of the same girl—committed in a supermarket parking lot, which Bashar carried out with his fellow fake asylum seeker, the 14-year-old “Mansoor Q.”
The robbery charge pertains to an attack on April 27 2018, when Bashar attacked and strangled a man in a local park in Erbenheim.
It now transpires that Bashar was detained by the German police several times before, including for street fights, robbery, and possession of an illegal switchblade.
After being identified as the suspect, Bashar suddenly no longer felt “in fear of his life” in Iraq and flew back home to escape the German police.
He was however tracked down to the town of Arbil, where Kurdish police helped with his arrest and detention.
In addition to the two named in the charge sheet, the German prosecutors said that Bashar’s younger brother had also taken part in a violent sexual assault against a girl. He has also however “fled” back to Iraq, and has not yet been tracked down.
The Feldman case has, of course, received international publicity in the controlled media because the victim was Jewish—unlike the hundreds of other cases of rape-murders carried out by the fake refugee invaders in Germany, where the victims have been white girls.
The official organization representing Jews in Germany, the “Central Council of Jews” (Zentralrat der Juden) previously expressed its condolences to the Feldman family—even though that organization welcomed the nonwhite invasion of Germany in 2015.