- One of the suspects of the fatal mes attack by Chemnitz should have been deported in May 2016. The Bamf apparently passed the deadline.
- In Bulgaria, the 22-year-old Iraqi had first applied for asylum; His decision in Germany was therefore rejected.
- In the meantime, large-scale demonstrations are planned for the weekend in Chemnitz. An alliance wants to demonstrate against xenophobia, the AfD and Pegida advocate a silent trip.
Five days after the deadly mes attack by Chemnitz it became known that one of the two suspects could be deported to Bulgaria in May 2016. The 22-year-old Iraqi Yousif A., together with a 23-year-old asylum seeker from Syria, reportedly killed a 35-year-old man in a knife attack last Sunday. Both are in detention on suspicion of joint murder.
Yousif A. was apparently on the Balkan route to Germany in October 2015. In April 2016, his asylum application was rejected because he had previously applied for in Bulgaria. He complained about this decision. On May 13, 2016, the administrative court of Chemnitz ruled that his deportation would be allowed.
According to the administrative court, the deportation was not carried out. Why not, is not yet known. After a period of six months, the responsibility for his asylum application was transferred to the Federal Republic. For example, the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (Bamf) was obliged to decide again about the asylum application.
The young man hears the mirror has submitted forged documents in his asylum procedure. An investigation by the Bamf has shown that two of the submitted personal documents are "total forgeries", they say. The asylum application was now rejected on August 29, writes the magazine – so after the mes attack of Chemnitz. The Bundesamt considered the statements of the 22-year-olds to be unreliable. Yousif A. has been convicted several times since his arrival in Germany.
On Friday morning, the Federal Minister for Family Affairs Franziska Giffey (SPD) visited the city as the first member of the federal government after the death of Daniel H. She placed flowers on the spot. Giffey called for dialogue and prudence on the square in the center of Chemnitz. "We stand together for Chemnitz and Saxony to be more than a brown crowd and that we do not forget what is important and necessary for East Germany," said the SPD politician. In the days after the lethal mes attack, demonstrations led to riots, especially by right-wing participants. On Saturday, large demonstrations are planned in Chemnitz.
Under the slogan 'heart instead of hate'. wants to demonstrate a broad alliance against xenophobia in the afternoon. Important federal politicians are expected to do this. The AfD calls together with Pegida for a quiet trip in Chemnitz. Because the police therefore in large-scale operation, which was also scheduled for Saturday in Dresden football division two division match between Dynamo Dresden and Hamburger SV canceled – "on indication" of the Saxon Interior Ministry, such as the German Football League announced Friday night.