September 22, 2019
Sophia Lösche and Boujemaa L.
I hate Moslems with the force of a thousand Crusades, and even I’m struggling to figure out what he did wrong here.
A total stitch-up from start to finish.
A German court handed a life sentence to the Moroccan murderer of a 28-year-old woman and pro-migration activist who was hitchhiking through Germany.
After being convicted of murdering Sophia Lösche, 42-year-old Moroccan truck driver Boujemaa L. was sentenced to life in prison by a court in the Bavarian city of Bayreuth.
Ms. Lösche’s body was discovered in a shallow grave not far from a gas station in northern Spain in June of 2018, Voice of Europe reported at the time.
According to reports from German and Spanish media at the time, police were able to promptly locate the 42-year-old Moroccan suspect thanks to surveillance footage captured by gas station cameras and Sophia having sent text messages to her friends with the license plate number of the vehicle, Deutsche Welle reports.
Despite Boujemaa L. claiming that he had not intended to kill the Lösche, a medical examiner determined that the German student had died as a result of a severe beating.
Before her murder, Lösche had worked with the pro-migrant NGO ‘No Borders Kitchen’ on the Greek island of Lesbos, where she helped asylum seekers.