An American liberal living in Vienna was raped and murdered by the African invader she had deliberately hidden in her apartment to prevent him being deported back to Gambia, the Kronen Zeitung newspaper has revealed.
The American student, identified only as Lauren M., was part of an organized group of liberals dedicated to offering accommodation to nonwhite invaders threatened with deportation.
The African, identified as 24-year-old Abdou I., was already on police records after being arrested for a previous sexual offence. At that time, his DNA had been taken, and this provided the crucial clue in the murder of the American student.
The girl, originally from Colorado, had given the nonwhite shelter in her single room apartment located in Vienna’s Wiedner Main Street after he had been advised at the Erdberg “refugee center” that he was going to be deported.
The Kronen Zeitung revealed that the African had first invaded Europe in 2012 via Italy by illegally crossing the Mediterranean Sea. He had made his way to Germany where he had applied for “asylum.”
However, before his application could be heard, the nonwhite criminal was arrested for a number of serious crimes, including thefts, robberies, and sexual offenses. While under investigation, he managed to flee to Austria, where he mingled with the thousands of newly-arrived “asylum seekers” in Vienna.
A friend of Lauren M. told the Kronen Zeitung that she had “a great heart for the poor,” and “often went to train stations and asylum centers, where she helped distribute food and blankets to the needy.”
It was while on one of these trips that she met the African, who told her he was threatened with deportation. It was then she decided to help him, letting him stay hidden from the police in her apartment. She also fed him and provided him with food, cigarettes, and clothing, the newspaper continued.
It was only on January 25, after she failed to show up for her normal routine, that her friends—who were all aware of, and supported, her activities—began to get worried. They called the police, who broke into her apartment.
There they found the 25-year-old woman face down, dead on her bed. Her face was covered in a sweater, and her trousers had been pulled down to her knees. Blood and vomit lay on the bed and the floor, and wet, crumpled towels were scattered in the bathroom.
A forensic examination of the girl’s body revealed that she had been raped and smothered to death. The semen was analyzed and linked to the DNA already taken from the African invader at the time of his previous arrest in Germany.
Although he fled, the police were able to track him via geolocation data in the photographs he continued to upload to the Internet, and two weeks later he was arrested at an “asylum center” in Bern, Switzerland.
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