Another gruesome murder shocks Germany
A German woman, Sophia Lösche went missing on the 14th of June after she got in a truck while attempting to hitchhike from Leipzig to Amberg in Bavaria, according to investigators. Her body was found on Thursday evening near a petrol station just outside the Spanish city of Bilbao.
Published: June 23, 2018, 8:03 am
Bavarian tabloid Tz reported earlier this week that police arrested a 40-year-old Moroccan truck driver in Spain.
The Moroccan national has been linked to the young woman’s disappearance, Spanish newspaper El Correo reported. According to the Dresdner Morgenpost, the driver was on his way to Morocco.
The woman’s body was found after the 40-year-old allegedly admitted to placing her body near a petrol station. The body was said to have evidence of violence and burn marks when police discovered it.
The woman’s body was found at a gas station in Asparrena in the province of Álava by the Basque police and showed evidence of violence, the news agency Europa Press confirmed late on Thursday night, citing investigators.
News soon emerged that Lösche had previously been involved with volunteering for a pro-open borders activist group in Greece where she helped with a project called “No borders kitchen” on the island of Lesbos.
She had been missing for several days after hitching a lift with the Moroccan truck driver. She had been involved in left-wing politics for a while and in 2014 stood as a candidate for the city council in the Bavarian city of Bamberg, where she studied.
Her campaign then called for Bamberg to become more “diverse”.
Andreas Lösche, the brother of the dead girl and a member of the Green party, is a local politician in Bamberg. He was the first to report her missing. Instead of blaming the migrant for his sister’s death, the 51-year-old politician has been riled by “racists”. He claims that they are using the murder of his sister for political gain.
My sister is missing since almost one week now! Please keep your eyes open, please inform the police, if you have seen her somewhere! pic.twitter.com/IGaCJBgiXN
— Andreas Lösche (@AndreasLoesche) June 21, 2018
“We would like to point out that the nationality of a possible perpetrator has nothing to do with his actions. Sophia was active in supporting refugees and was committed against the right-wing,” he complained. He also said he had received “hate messages” from right-wingers.
“Unfortunately, lurid articles are still circulating on the internet and Sophia’s case is being used to create a mood against immigration policy, against foreigners and an open society. These media sentiments and the many self-righteous comments can hardly be surpassed in abomination,” a group of her friends wrote on social media. “Whatever has happened to Sophia, it is definitely not the result of the apparent difference in cultures,” they added.
Her brother has now even written a public letter: “Sophia would under no circumstances want racist agitation to take place at her expense, as has already happened in some cases.”
It will not the first time that a pro-migrant activist is murdered by a foreign national in Germany. In December 2016, 19-year-old Maria Ladenburger was raped and murdered by Afghan asylum seeker Hussein Khavari who claimed to be a minor.
The toll of rapes, murders and assaults committed by asylum seekers was questioned in a recent article in the country’s most popular newspaper, Bild, referencing migrant crimes around the country.
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