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due to a mix-up in jail after a cell fire in Kleve died on Syrians has caused the fire, according to an external investigation. According to a recently publishe

Case, Amad A.: wrongfully imprisoned Syrians should have placed deadly fire itself

due to a mix-up in jail after a cell fire in Kleve died on Syrians has caused the fire, according to an external investigation. According to a recently publishe

Case, Amad A.: wrongfully imprisoned Syrians should have placed deadly fire itself

due to a mix-up in jail after a cell fire in Kleve died on Syrians has caused the fire, according to an external investigation. According to a recently published report by the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of justice.

The investigators are therefore expected, that, Amad A. set the fire intentionally, "presumably with suicidal intent." The exact motive remain a mystery, said CDU land Minister of justice Peter Biesenbach. Of the more than 60-page report will be discussed on Wednesday in the legal Affairs Committee of the Landtag.

Whether in the prison earlier help would have been possible, according to the report, is unclear. The Syrians had persevered thus for at least 15 minutes in the fire before he tried to through an intercom, to draw attention to themselves. The staff at the other end of the line had informed him "that he had currently run a phone and later would report".

Severe burns

Then didn't make the prisoners "more noticeable", it said. Further investigations should show whether the man was ever listened to or pushed away.

The 26-year-old Amad A. was on 29. September - two weeks after the fire in his prison cell - in a Bochum hospital died. He had suffered from the fire of severe burns.

More on the topic of MIRROR+ Marcus Simaitis / THE MIRROR In the prison cell was burnt Syrians are So many opportunities out there

Because of a likelihood of confusion with a name the same thief he was sitting previously, more than two months wrongfully in jail. The Syrians had, in spite of this confusion with the Malian asylum-seekers, according to SPIEGEL information weeks the fire out of prison - in return for a payment of just 285 Euro.

Amad A. did not fight, however, against the detention and also demanded a lawyer. One reason for this could according to the Minister of justice Biesenbach lie in the fact that several women had accused him of sexual harassment and stalking.

apr/dpa

Publish Date : 05 Kasım 2018 Pazartesi 20:00

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