Khaled Idris Bahray was stabbed to death on monday 12th of January 2015 in Dresden. On tuesday when his body was found, police Dresden first announced that it was an accident and that there were no traces of injuries, which one day later turned out to be false information. Also there were no crime scene investigators till 30 hours after his body had been found. Now they announce that his flatmate has killed him, without answering to all the doubts about the process. Continue reading
14th January 2015
Mr Heiko Maas
Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection
Re: The brutal Killing of Khaled Idris Bahray, a 20-year-old refugee from Eritrea
Dear Mr Maas,
We are writing to express our shock at the brutal killing of Khaled Idris
Bahray, a 20-year-old refugee from Eritrea who was found dead on Tuesday, 13th January
2015, in the yard of a housing estate where he had accommodation with
seven other refugees in Dresden.
Statement from Black Community Activists Germany, Jena – Berlin and The VOICE Refugee Forum Jena
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KHALED, an Eritrean asylum seeker was stabbed to death on January 12th
2015 in the city of Dresden, Germany…
…and once again the German police seem to be blindfolded about obvious
violence in the death of another black person in White Old Germany…
WIR SIND… KHALED IDRIS BAHRAY
Flüchtlingsfrauen über die Ermordung eines Flüchtlings in Dresden
KHALID IDRIS BAHRAY WURDE IN DER NACHT ZWISCHEN MONTAG, DEN 12.01. UND DIENSTAG, DEN 13.01. IN DRESDEN DURCH MESSERSTICHE ERMORDET. SEINE LEICHE WURDE AM Continue reading
After he had gone out shopping, a neighbour found him dead, lying in a puddle of blood and wounded on Tuesday morning.At first, the police claimed that “external influence” can be excluded as a reason for his death. Contrary to this first statement, the police announced on Wednesday that it is now clear, that Khalid was stabbed. It was murder.
Friends of Khalid state that they are constantly afraid, because of the current racist mobilization through “Pegida” and that they are too scared to leave their place on Monday evenings, the time when the racists usually have their demonstrations.