Trans man beaten to death by asylum seeker who should have been deported
The case shocked not only the LGBTQ community: On the fringes of a gay parade in Germany, a trans man (25) was beaten so brutally that he later died in hospital.
Published: September 5, 2022, 10:58 am
Austrian outlet eXXpress reported that the perpetrator is a previously convicted asylum seeker (20) from Chechnya. The victim saw the the perpetrator insulting participants of the parade as “lesbian whores”. The German then intervened and tried to calm him down but the Chechen knocked him to the ground. The trans man hit his head on the asphalt so hard that he did not survive his injuries.
The perpetrator, Nuradi A. was the German youth boxing champion in 2017, according to a report in Bild. After the crime, a large-scale manhunt was launched for him. After a few hours, a policewoman recognised him at Münster’s main railway station and was able to arrest him.
A witness had previously taken a photo which proved helpful in the manhunt. The bystander reported afterwards that the Chechen wanted to force him to delete it however. “I don’t want my father to know that I am gay,” the asylum seeker with a criminal record is said to have pleaded.
Nuradi A. has been in pre-trial detention since Saturday on charges of assault causing death. His defence lawyer is quoted in German media: “Normally, an arrest warrant is not the rule for such offences because the perpetrator did not want the death in the first place. Here, however, the situation is certainly different because of the media interest. Moreover, the court was guided by a previous conviction.”
The attacker is not an unknown person. The warehouse worker with a secondary school diploma has been living in Germany with his mother for eight years. During this time, he has been arrested several times for narcotics offences, but the cases have always been dropped. Most recently, the district court of Münster sentenced him to juvenile detention for bodily harm.
Despite the previous conviction, his residence permit was extended. Because of Russia’s war in Ukraine, there is a ban on deportation to Russia.
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