|Irene, the murdered German woman
“If you look for me, look in your hearts. If you find me there, I am still living inside you.”
A few days ago I linked to a story in the iostream about a Moroccan who had murdered a German woman in a job centre, although the report in The Local failed to mention the fact that he was a Moroccan Muslim called Ahmet S.
|Ahmet S., her Moroccan murderer|
Tributes to the murdered woman were left at the job centre, including the photo of her shown above.
But not everyone felt sympathy for her, it seems.
On Friday night, unknown persons scrawled malicious words on pillars, walls and doors of the Neuss job centre using felt pens.
“One less German!“ is written there – this was confirmed on Friday by the spokesman for the Neuss police, Hans-Willi Arnold.
There were also threats against the remaining job centre employees: “You’re next…”
The flowers and candles that colleagues and Neuss citizens left in tribute to the slain Irene N. (32) were knocked down and partially destroyed.
A janitor said to the EXPRESS: “In the morning, we also found ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard here. Along with a Playstation controller.”
Man allegedly stabs German job centre employee to death
BERLIN – German police say a woman has been stabbed and killed at a job centre, and a suspect was arrested shortly afterward.
Police said the suspect walked into the job centre in Neuss, on the outskirts of Duesseldorf, early Wednesday morning and stabbed the 32-year-old employee multiple times before fleeing. She was taken to a hospital in critical condition and died there of her injuries.
Authorities have detained a 52-year-old man nearby. His name is being withheld in accordance with German privacy laws but he was identified as a local Neuss resident.
["A local Neuss resident"? Not an Algerian immigrant? Bit misleading.]
The motive for the attack wasn’t immediately clear.
Seine Nachbarn erzählten der „Bild“-Zeitung, dass der gebürtige Marokkaner mit zwei Söhnen und einer Tochter seit gut zehn Jahren in Neuss gelebt habe. Eine Nachbarin sagte: „Wo seine Frau ist, wissen wir nicht. Die haben wir hier nie gesehen.“ Ahmed S. sei unauffällig gewesen. Er habe kaum Deutsch gesprochen. „Wir haben den Mann höchstens mal gesehen, wenn er den Hausflur gewischt hat.“
[Native Moroccan - couldn't speak German.]