This news will likely be blocked in the German press.
17-year-old German girl Tabitha E. has been found dead near Ludwigsburg. A 35-year old Syrian “refugee” has been arrested.
Tabitha had been missing since Tuesday, July 12, when she left home in the village of Asperg to go shopping in the city of Ludwigsburg. Tabitha took the bus, but never returned home.
Her parents alerted the police, who began searching for her with public service announcements and then with drones, helicopters and dogs on the weekend.
On Sunday, her dead body was found near a water treatment facility in the woods.
On Saturday, police had already arrested the 35-year-old Syrian suspect. Police have not given a reason for the arrest. Presumably the arrest had to with the fact the victim hab been sighted in the man’s silver BMW 320, which was idnetified as part of the search.
Leading German patriotic website PI News reports that activist and “Islamist Hunter” Irfan Peci identified the suspect as Naiem Alnmrin, who reportedly came to Germany as a “refugee” 2018. On his Facebook page, Alnmrin posed with a BMW with Ludwigsburg tags resembling the one the police were looking for, in an aggressive, gangsta-rapper style pose. Peci will go live on GETTR today at 8 pm CET (2 pm Eastern) to discuss the case (in German with automatic subtitles available).
An acquaintance from Damascus commented on the photo, “It’s their money, but your… (car). Congratulations, Habibi!”, seemingly mocking the German taxpayers who funded accused killer Alnmrin’s gangsta lifestyle.