After the knife attack in Gera in the street at the beginning of February 2020, the main accused, a Syrian “refugee” (15 years old) who had attacked two German men (29, 35 years old) with a cutter knife and seriously injured them, was sentenced to five years juvenile sentence for attempted manslaughter. The two other accomplices, 19-year-old Ramin N. from Iran and 21-year-old Ali Sina M. from Afghanistan, were given the new-citizen privilege – only suspended sentences for grievous bodily harm.The Syrian splendid specimen, who came to Germany with his mother a few years ago and was “obviously severely traumatized” by the war, is not a blank sheet. With more than 130 criminal offences, the person seeking protection resp. repeat offender immortalized himself in the statistics. Mohammad D. was sentenced to two years and eight months imprisonment by the Gera District Court, but miraculously the Syrian passport turned up, which was presumably considered lost until then, and according to the identity card, he was not yet 14 years old at the time of the crime and is incapable of crime.Numerous crimes including a serious knife attack in Gera, one may assume that this Syrian criminal will also continue to stay in Germany after serving his prison sentence, deportation is not an option, after all, he is a “person in need of protection” who may be threatened with persecution or even worse in Syria.
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