19-year-old Jana D. was found stabbed to death in her car in Lüneburg four days ago. ” Police already have a suspect” (quote from the newspaper “Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung”).
For days, media like the “HAZ”, the “Lüneburger Landeszeitung” (“LZ”), the “Hamburger Abendblatt” and also the “NDR” have hardly published any details about the perpetrator. Although police and media seem to know that the knifeman is a rejected asylum seeker. Scandalous: The mayor of Lüneburg plays down the cruel crime.
The newspaper “LZ” reported that the alleged murder weapon had been found near the crime scene and that an “acquaintance” of Jana D. was considered a suspect. Other media reported that the murderer was the victim’s “friend”.
The “LZ” reported that the father of the 19-year-old discovered the body of his own daughter early in the morning, around 3 am. In a car park in the Lüneburg district of Schützenplatz – in a car used by the daughter. According to the police, the victim had “several injuries” which presumably led to her death.The father was searching for his daughter, previously he had waited for her in vain at home. According to media reports, the victim was working in a restaurant in Lüneburg offering out-of-home sales the evening before the crime.
On January the 20th, the tabloid “Bild-Zeitung” did not give any more details about the knifeman either. It only said: “The public prosecutor’s office did not want to give further information about the (professional) background of the accused for reasons of personal protection.”
On 21 January, “Bild” published during the day – as the only medium – more details about the perpetrator. The daily newspaper reported that as late as last month Jana D. and her later murderer by the name of “Fares A.” had celebrated Christmas together. “Bild” even presented a – pixelated – photo of the unequal couple kissing.
It was also informed that the perpetrator, who apparently lives with his parents, was an asylum seeker whose application for asylum had been rejected long before the crime and who should have been deported long ago.
The knifeman – like millions of other “immigrants” whose asylum applications have been officially rejected – was simply “tolerated” here. Certainly with all the usual social benefits available all the time. This common mistake by the responsible authorities has now cost this young woman her life.
In later versions of the “Bild” report, however, all references to the “refugee” status of the knifeman have been deleted.
Obviously, the editor in charge has been asked not to publish the report any more. If at all possible, no unpleasant facts about Angela Merkel’s “refugee” policy should be made public. The “Bild” newspaper, too, is obviously supposed to surrender to mendacious political correctness (PC).The mayor of Lüneburg, Ulrich Mädge ( Social Democratic Party), reacted disgracefully to the horrific crime. According to the newspaper Heilbronner Zeitung, he played down the knife murder using words that must seem like blatant mockery to the parents of the murdered: “We all know that where people live together, the worst things can always happen, even in the neighbourhood – but the knowledge is one thing. When it actually happens, you can hardly believe it.”
If the victim had been a “Muslim woman” and the murderer a “German of origin”, all newspapers throughout Germany would certainly have published all available social data on the victim and the killer.
But if it was a violent criminal “refugee”, suddenly there is a complete silence from the newspapers when it comes to informing the population at least approximately about the background of the respective crime.
This kind of comprehensive, manipulative reporting takes place in this country every day, even though there should be “freedom of the press” in Germany.