On his facebook page you find an entire string of his young male relatives spread all across North Europe, who seem to originate from non-warzone Bogor in Indonesia, but with a history of studying in Iran and in Afghanistan. The entire group seems like a smuggling gang with a strong presence in Sweden who help to bring in all their relatives and cousins.
An entire string of unqualified opportunist, all related to each other: Roli Afg (lives in Sweden), Moh Koh (lives in Trollhattan, Sweden), Khavari Ali (lives in Sweden), Mohammad Jacki (lives in Sweden), Mahdi Safdari (lives in Sweden and who also seems to go by the FB profile Merkava Afg), Abbas Khawari, DrAli Khavari (in Germany), Morteza Khavari, Mohmmad Ali Ahmadi (lives in Borna), Muhammad Hussaini (newly arrived to Austria), Ahmadreza Khavari, Amir Sami (newly arrived to Sweden), and many more.
In February Amir Sami appears to have visited Afghanistan, and in the same post the rapist Hussein Khavari is seen in an old picture. Soon after he is suddenly a ‘refugee’ in Germany…
Afghan migrant is led into court shackled in chains to face charges of raping and murdering EU official’s teenage daughter who worked as a volunteer with asylum seekers in Germany
- Hussein Khavari, 22, is accused of raping and drowning Maria Ladenburger, 19
- Allegedly ambushed her as she cycled home after party in Freiburg last October
- ‘Afghanistan-born’ Khavari was linked to medical student Maria through his DNA
- He was previously jailed for throwing a woman, 20, off a cliff in Corfu in 2013
- Trial getting underway in case that sparked national debate on migrant policies
A trial is getting underway today of a migrant charged with raping and murdering an EU official’s teenage daughter in Germany.
Hussein Khavari, 22, who claims to be from Afghanistan has been accused of ambushing Maria Ladenburger, 19, as she cycled home after a party, raping her and then drowning her in a river last October.
He was linked through his DNA to medical student Maria, who volunteered at various shelters that house migrants in her spare time in Freiburg.
Pictures emerged this morning of Khavari shackled in chains arriving at a district court in the university city for the high profile case, that has shocked the country and reignited tensions over its liberal asylum policy.
Police stand in front of the court in Freiburg ahead of a case that fueled a nationwide debate about the country’s migration policy
‘This is the trial the whole country has been waiting for,’ Germany’s best-selling tabloid Bild wrote.
Questions still remain about the suspect’s age and background.
The accused claims he was 17 at the time of the murder, but German prosecutors believe he is at least 22 today and want him to be tried as an adult.
They accuse him of ‘maliciously’ attacking the young woman as she was cycling home that evening ‘to satisfy his sexual urges’ before leaving the unconscious victim to drown.
The accused was born in Iran, according to court documents, but the suspect himself has said he is from Afghanistan.
The defendant surprised the Freiburg court today by stating that he wanted to speak at his trial, which opened with people queuing to enter the courtroom.
‘I want to testify,’ he told the judges, reversing an earlier stance to stay silent.
Sixteen days of hearings have been scheduled for the trial, with a verdict expected in December at the earliest.
Maria’s father is a senior legal adviser to the European Commission in Brussels.
The killing sparked frenzied new waves of hatred and fear of refugees. The boss of the country’s police union said her death would have been prevented had the open door asylum-seeker policy of Chancellor Angela Merkel been less lax.
The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party was to piggyback on the killer’s arrest to highlight what it says are the dangers of unregulated immigration. It calls Maria a ‘victim of Merkel’s welcome culture.’
Maria’s body was found in the Dreisam River less than one mile from the student accommodation where she lived.
Pictures emerged this morning of a handcuffed Khavari arriving at a district court in the university city amid high security outside
Khavari claimed to have been born in Afghanistan and came to Germany as an illegal unaccompanied minor in November 2015.
In numerous social media posts he liked to present himself with hair slicked back with gel, jogging pants and training shoes.
On Facebook, before the killing of Maria on October 16, he wore his hair long but it was cut back after the crime.
A single strand of it was found at the crime scene but he left other traces of his DNA behind too.
Another disturbing photo he posted on his Facebook page shows a wolfman clutching a young maiden in his arms.
He said he was 17 at the time but he is thought to be 22. He has not spoken to police since his arrest.
After his arrest it emerged that he was let out of jail early in Greece where he was sentenced to ten years for trying to kill a young woman.
Stern magazine reported that Khavari had thrown a 20-year-old student off a cliff on Corfu, Greece, in May 2013.
The woman was severely injured but ‘miraculously’ survived and was able to identify her attacker.
Khavari told his lawyer that he ‘regretted’ what had happened.