DEPORT REFUGEE RAPIST: Afghan Beast Who Raped 11-Year-Old Girl Must Be Sent Back, Says MP

A German MP has demanded the deportation of an Afghan migrant who was shockingly put on probation for raping an 11-year-old girl.

The beast had lured his victim to public gardens in Neustrelitz, northern Germany, on 18th January before committing the sick crime.

He had met the girl for the first time just a day earlier, according to reports.

Neustrelitz in Germany where an Afghan migrant raped 11-year-old girl. (Newsflash)

But because of confusion over his real age, experts had judged him to be just 16, a juvenile under German law.

Because of his estimated age, the child rapist was not jailed and escaped with probation and a suspended prison sentence.

Now a furious MP has demanded the Afghan’s expulsion from Germany.

Neustrelitz in Germany where an Afghan migrant raped 11-year-old girl. (Newsflash)

Guenter Krings, 52, of the Christian Democratic Union said in Berlin on 20th July: “Anyone who abuses children as an asylum seeker has lost their right to hospitality.”

The sex monster had arrived in Germany from Afghanistan as an unaccompanied refugee and was living in Neustrelitz before the crime.

He had entered the country without any identity documents and reportedly gave the authorities contradictory information about his age and origin.

The legal policy spokesman for the CDU/CSU parliamentary group, Guenter Krings, asks for immediate deportation of the Afghan migrant who raped 11-year-old girl in Neustrelitz in Germany, instead of probation. (Newsflash)

Experts had estimated him to be 16 years old and he was tried as a juvenile, despite his real age being unknown.

At a one-day trial in late June he had admitted to the court that he was aware his victim was just 11 years old.

He was found guilty of rape and sexual abuse of a minor but, shockingly, Waren District Court handed him just a one-year prison sentence suspended for two years.

The AfD state leader from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and deputy parliamentary group leader in the Bundestag, Leif-Erik Holm who said the decision for the Afghan migrant was a fatal signal to all criminals. (Newsflash)

As part of his probation, his only requirement is that he reports to a youth court welfare office in Neubrandenburg.

The court ruling is final.

Several figures – including MPs Philipp Amthor and Alexander Dobrindt and police union chairman Rainer Wendt – had criticised the ruling.

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