In the last 20 years, the eastern German city, where fewer than 4,000 of the 80,000 inhabitants are non-German, has been scarred by the two violent deaths of two African men. The second of these, the case of a Sierra Leonean asylum seeker named Oury Jalloh, is the more famous, partly because of the still-unresolved nature of his death. In 2005, his charred body was found tied to a mattress in a police cell that had been engulfed in flames — campaigners are still convinced all the evidence points to a murder and a cover-up. Read more: Jalloh’s ’bones fractured’ before dying in jail cell fire, say medical investigators Alberto Adriano, a father of three, had lived in East Germany and then reunified Germany for a total of 12 years before being brutally murdered by drunk neo-Nazis near his home on June 11, 2000 But there is no doubt about what happened to Alberto Adriano five years earlier. On the night of June 11, 2000, the 39-year-old Mozambican was viciously beaten by three neo-Nazis just outside his home near the Stadtpark, Dessau’s historic city park. He died three days later, in a coma, of massive head injuries. The three men who killed him confessed the… Read full this story
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