Photos from a surveillance camera at Südkreuz train station show two Afghan brothers who are said to have transported their dead sister to Bavaria in a trolley case. In the murder trial, the two children of the dead now have their say and report on their mother's martyrdom.
The two children of the killed 34-year-old mother from Afghanistan have reported violence by the accused brothers of the victim during judicial interrogation. "We were afraid of them," said the 14-year-old son in a survey that was carried out around six months ago as a video and audio recording and played in the murder trial at the Berlin district court. You would have "slaved your mother after her divorce". His sister, who is four years younger, also reported that both of their uncles "beat and put pressure" on their mother. The accused are said to have transported the woman's body to Bavaria in a trolley case and buried it there.
The public prosecutor assumes that the two men murdered their divorced sister because she did not submit to the family's moral standards and also had a romantic relationship.
The 27 and 23-year-old men are said to have killed their sister on July 13, 2021 and then stowed her body in a trolley case and brought it to Bavaria with the ICE. The investigators refer to photos from a surveillance camera at the Berlin Südkreuz train station. So far, the defendants have remained silent on the allegations. His two uncles are "bad people," said the son. They beat and controlled his mother, banned her from having a boyfriend and threatened her. The act has "nothing to do with honor, but with dishonor".
The daughter said that her mother's two brothers had also pushed, hit and pulled her hair. An uncle wanted to force her to wear a headscarf, said the then ten-year-old in the 2021 interrogation. The case made headlines and sparked a debate about the term "honor killing". The woman and the brothers came to Germany from Afghanistan a few years ago. The 34-year-old divorced her Afghan husband in 2018.