The sudden success in the investigation of the police in the case of the murdered Bircan D.-Ü. could have a completely different background than previously known. Bircan was reported missing last week in Imst, Tyrol. On Saturday, 150 angry Turks gathered in front of the house of the surviving husband. Then the police intervened and got a confession.These are the new manners in the new Austria. About 150 angry Turks are said to have surrounded the house of Taylan Ü. and threatened bloody revenge. At first there was talk that a large group of people had disturbed the man’s arrest. In fact, however, the police probably saved the Turk from the revenge of the relatives of his dead wife.
Ü. confessed to the officers a little later that he had strangled his 31-year-old wife, suffocated her with a cushion and thrown her into the river Inn. His motive would have been jealousy. The media suspect that the escalating situation among the Turkish community was helpful for the quick confession. The woman’s relatives probably quickly had a very concrete suspicion as to who could really be behind the disappearance of the pretty mother of a 2-year-old daughter.The police had to bring in 15 vehicles and the special unit Cobra to bring the raging mob under control. The people demanded to settle the matter with Taylan Ü. himself. In view of legislation and the monopoly on the use of force, the officials did not grant the demand and Ü. was arrested and taken away.