The murder that shocked Germany – and why its leaders are still in denial over migrant crisis

Soon after 11pm, a BMW police car with lights flashing races through a pretty park in the university city of Freiburg at the edge of Germany’s Black Forest.

Out jump four officers with torches who chase five young men stumbling under the trees, swigging vodka and shouting loudly in Arabic.

I watch as one aggressive drunk is handcuffed before being frogmarched to an ambulance and taken to hospital. The others show their identity papers and are then thrown out into a side street, where they lunge at a small woman wheeling her suitcase from the railway station nearby.

  • BillyHW

    Angela Merkel should have done to her what was done to this girl.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I don’t follow. This is the Germany Germans want. In a few months they will demand all the German Jews either leave, convert or die, as always.

  • Editor

    “The dead girl’s father is Dr. Clemens Ladenburger, a lawyer who works as
    the right hand man to the legal director of the European Commission.”

    “Ms Ladenburger reportedly worked in her spare time helping out in refugee homes in Freiburg.”

    “The family of an EU official’s teenage daughter who was allegedly raped and murdered by an Afghan migrant in Germany has asked for well-wishers to donate money to a refugee charity.”

    How’s that for denial?