A 24-year-old German-Iraqi woman has been jailed on charges of killing a look-alike to fake her own death The Washington Post.
local police and say prosecutors The defendant’s parents found a bloodied body in their daughter’s car on August 16, 2022. At first they believed the deceased woman to be their daughter, identified as Shahraban K from German newspaper picture. The parents traveled from Munich to Ingolstadt after Shahraban stopped answering their calls.
It turned out that the deceased person was 23 years old Khadija O, an Algerian woman found by Shahraban on social media. Below is a video the victim posted about a week before her death.
Shahraban and her accused accomplice and friend, Sheqir K, have been in police custody since August when they were 23 years old. However, a local magistrate’s court issued arrest warrants for murder last week. If convicted, the couple faces life imprisonment.
HThe German police uncovered the alleged “murder to feigned death”.
Initially, the police established that Shahraban was one “Violent Crime Victim” but officials soon dismissed that theory. Fingerprints and DNA collected from the deceased corpse did not match Shahraban’s.
In a press conference, police spokesman Andreas Aichele said officers had also heard rumors that locals had discovered the “missing woman” in the Ingolstadt area.
Andreas Aichele said via Google Translate Picture:
“It was an extraordinary case that required all the skills of the investigator. We don’t have a case like this every day, especially not with such a spectacular twist. On the day we found the body, we didn’t expect it to turn out like this.”
In the course of their investigation, the police found that Shahraban used social media to track down a double. In addition, the victim Khadidja was not the first or only person Shahraban contacted, confirmed Attorney General Veronika Grieser picture.
“It has been confirmed that the accused had contacted several women via Instagram before the act who seemed to be similar to her,” said AG Grieser.
Shahraban allegedly used fake Instagram accounts to scour the platform for look-a-likes. Police say they spoke to several young women after beginning conversations with them.
Here’s what happened the day the German woman allegedly killed her doppelganger and why
AG Grieser explained a possible motive related to Shahraban’s family Picture.
“After the investigation, it can be assumed that she wanted to go into hiding because of family disputes and fake her own death.”
In early August, Shahraban arranged a meeting with Khadidja for August 16th. When the day came, Shahraban and Sheqir traveled from Ingolstadt to Heilbronn, about 2.5 hours drive, to pick up Khadidja. But instead of driving to their agreed destination, the accused murderers drove back towards Ingolstadt.
AG Grieser says the couple chose a wooded area by the wayside as the crime scene. Accordingly Picture, Khadidja was lured out of the car under a premeditated pretext and stabbed over 50 times.
The investigations are ongoing.
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