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Teenager Who Escaped ISIS Slavery Says Her Captor Found Her in Germany and Police Didn’t Do Anything. She decided to return to Kurdistan and never go back to Germany.

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Schleswig-Holstein40 points · 1 month ago

"This man did sth bad in another country to me, sadly I can't prove it but please put him in prison because I feel threatened!"

"We believe you that you feel threatened and if he does sth to you while you are here, we will do sth, we won't put him in prison for other things because we don't know if these things even happend at all."

"booh, shit country, I don't like it here, I will go back to my homecountry."

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"We believe you that you feel threatened and if he does sth to you while you are here, we will do sth, we won't put him in prison for other things because we don't know if these things even happend at all."

They did even more then that: German police also started an investigation into the alleged crimes committed in Iraq/Kurdistan and if the German authorities can identify the guy and receive evidence (other than one piece of testimony), they will act on it (either by extraditing him or if that’s not possible and the crimes are severe enough, by trying him in Germany).

This investigation is also still ongoing, although since the principal witness has now left the country, there’s not much more the police can do at the moment.

Honestly, I can understand that it might not have felt very helpful to a traumatized person, but to say that Germany “didn’t do anything” is pretty damn misleading.

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16 points · 1 month ago

Who cares about due process and an impartial judical system when a muslim allegedly did smth bad?

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Canadian in Germany. Like it.11 points · 1 month ago

Or more like, maybe Kurdistan wasn't actually that bad if she could go back voluntarily?

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Hessen3 points · 1 month ago

The amount of vigilante justice supporting comments on reddit is quite astounding.

Especially when dealing with terrorism, rape, pedophilia and animal cruelty, you'll find a lot of comments literally suggesting to torture and kill the people. In the larger news subs I mean.

Some topics just get people so emotional, they throw all our fundamental values overboard in an instant. It's quite scary.

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-11 points · 1 month ago(1 child)
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Sarcasm ;-)

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This is being posted the 100. time here...

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Baden-Württemberg2 points · 1 month ago

still fake

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Yesterday the situation was "Girl randomly meets her Captor in germany ..." seems like a tad bit different than "her captor found her"

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