First picture! This man brought to Khaled

First picture! This man brought to Khaled

Dresden – The violent death of Khaled Idris Bahray (20) continues to move across Germany. Now the perpetrator is caught and every day new facts about the violence to light. MOPO24 in search of clues.

Who is the culprit?

His name is Hassan S., 26 years old and comes as the victim Khaled from the East African Eritrea. Since Thursday, January 22 S. Hassan sits in custody in the prison Dresden. Police had arrested him in the morning in the apartment. They came to him on the track because they had (a knife) with its DNA traces found the murder weapon.

The test lasted a little – but after only nine days was unequivocally established that Hassan is the prime suspect.

What the well-known fact?

Immediately after the arrest confessed S. Hassan against the investigators on site. Hours later, he decided to remain silent again. The previous statements may nevertheless be used in court.

However, the reconstruction of the murder Dinner is difficult. Fact: Both, therefore, Hassan and Khaled, shared a room in the apartment on the second floor of the prefab in Leubnitz-Neuostra district. A small room with two beds, all around 15 square meters.

The design is not yet clear

On Monday night (January 12) to the apartment both 20-21 clock – left – they inhabit with five other young men from Eritrea. They went into the courtyard of the apartment block. ”It looks to date from as if there the dispute between perpetrator and victim is escalating,” said prosecutor in January Hille.

”It was probably about who can do what when in the kitchen – actually banalities,” said prosecutor Hille. But if that’s true, what the offender says? Investigators report MOPO24 that behind all yet to be relationship issues and jealousy.

At first it looked like suicide

The fact is that the crime scene and location were nearly identical. According to Hassan has stabbed his roommate there and severely beaten, resulting in an open wound on his collarbone. That was probably the reason why the investigators did not see the first stabbing or a lintel (ie, suicide) went out.

More roommate Kahleds are currently neither suspected of being an accomplice to have helped to cover up the murder.

But do drugs?

Can exclude relatively reliable investigators that drugs were found in the blood of the victim. The Mirror had reported on Thursday the complete opposite.

The culprit disguised himself as a victim

After the fact, Hassan S. talked to many journalists who visited the apartment. His comments also influenced significantly the image of the frightened asylum seekers. For example, FAZ, he said: ”Whether we live here now, or a few blocks away, it makes no difference. Dresden Dresden. We want all here just to get away, no matter where, the main thing away from this city. ”

The newspaper quoted him as ”one of the closest friends of the dead”.

What threatens S. Hassan?

If convicted of manslaughter and could face up to 15 years in prison. That the offender is delivered to his home Eritrea, seems impossible. The prison, he will therefore serve in Germany.








Arrest made over the death of Dresden asylum seeker

About a week after an Eritrean refugee was found dead in his apartment, an arrest warrant has been issued for his roommate. The incident has raised questions over the safety of asylum seekers in Germany.

The Dresden district attorney’s office confirmed on Thursday that an arrest warrant for manslaughter had been issued in the case of an asylum seeker who was found dead a little over a week ago. The accused killer had been remanded into custody as a result of DNA evidence found on the murder weapon.

The suspect was a housemate of Khaled B., the 20-year old from Eritrea who was discovered dead in his high-rise in Dresden’s Leubnitz-Neuostra district where he lived with other asylum seekers. The police originally issued a report saying there was no evidence of foul play, but reversed this statement when a coroner’s report listed multiple stab wounds to the neck and chest.

The 26-year-old suspect is also thought to be from Eritrea, quelling rumors that the murder was a hate crime, which had been circulating since swastika graffiti was found in the staircase near Khaled’s apartment. The accused has alledgedly confessed while in custody and given his motive as a fight over household concerns that turned violent.

Khaled’s death spurred an outcry over the treatment of asylum seekers, particularly as it occurred in the same city where weekly anti-Islamization marches by the PEDIGA protest group take place. Although the group denies being xenophobic, they are often criticized for stirring up anti-foreigner sentiment.

Thousands had gathered on Saturday for a memorial following his passing to pay their respects to the late Khaled, carrying signs that say ”Ich bin Khaled” or ”I am Khaled” and lighting candles.

es/msh (AFP, dpa)

Editor’s note: Deutsche Welle is bound by German law and the German press code, which stresses the importance of protecting the privacy of suspected criminals or victims and obliges us to refrain from revealing full names in such cases.