Afghan “Refugee”-Rapist-Murderer is 25, not 17

The Afghan invader who pretended to be a 17-year-old “unaccompanied minor” when he sought “asylum” in Germany in 2015—and then went on to rape and murder a high profile pro-invasion female activist—is actually 25 years old, and had been previously arrested and imprisoned in Corfu, Greece, for attempted murder.

As reported by German media, the ongoing trial of Hussein Khavari in Freiburg has attracted national attention, because it has highlighted all the dangers inflicted upon Germany by the decision of Chancellor Angela Merkel to open that country’s borders to the fake refugee invasion.

Khavari ambushed 19-year-old medical student Maria Ladenburger in Freiberg in October 2016 before raping her and drowning her in a river. Her father still works as a senior legal adviser to the European Commission in Brussels, and Maria worked in her spare time in Freiburg helping the fake refugees in various shelters and homes around town.

The Afghan came to Germany in November 2015 without papers and told the race-denying liberals in the “refugee reception center” that he was 17 years old. He was classed as an “unaccompanied minor refugee” and given special status, accommodation, and cash handouts.

Maria Ladenburger.

When he was arrested for the rape and murder of the white girl—thanks to forensic evidence—he continued to claim that he was a minor, in the hope of receive a lighter sentence as a “child criminal” as per German law.

However, the trial court her from dental expert and research scientist Ursula Wittwer-Backofen this week that tests on one of Khavari’s  teeth showed with “near certainty” Khavari that his real age was 25.

Wittwer-Backofen his true age is with 99.7% probability between 22.05 and 29.55 years, but that she was certain he was 25.

In another indication of the extent of the refugee-hoax which the Merkel regime has perpetrated, the court also heard that Khavari had in fact been living on the Greek island of Corfu—where he had been arrested for attempted murder and sentenced to ten years in prison.

Somehow Khavari had been released from prison, and in 2015 he just moved to Germany and presented himself as an “unaccompanied minor refugee,”

His application for asylum had already been accepted by the German authorities when he was arrested.

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