Germany: Vibrant Teen Gets Suspended Sentence for Beating Non-Vibrant Teen to Death

The non-vibrant teen is known only as Paul P.

If you’re a brown person in white countries, you’re allowed to just kill people.

Meanwhile, white men aren’t even allowed to punch their own whore wives. They’ll go to prison.


A 17-year-old Moroccan footballer who beat a German teen to death during a football tournament last year has avoided being sent to prison.

The perpetrator was an associate of the French football club FC Metz’s Performance Program when his side competed in the Germany Cup, an under-17s international tournament held in Frankfurt last spring.

On May 28, a brawl ensued during one of the fixtures which resulted in the Moroccan national punching his young German opponent, Paul P., to the ground. Emergency responders were dispatched to the scene when the victim did not regain consciousness and he was rushed to hospital after falling into a coma.

“The 15-year-old died in the hospital from the consequences of his severe brain injuries,” the public prosecutor confirmed a few days later.

The victim’s football team described Paul as “an extraordinary young person” who “embodied the spirit of BFC with every fiber of his heart and soul.”

The Moroccan perpetrator was charged with “bodily injury resulting in death” and served nine months in pre-trial detention at a juvenile facility in Germany as he awaited a trial that was held behind closed doors due to his age.

On Thursday, a Frankfurt court handed down a suspended two-year prison sentence, meaning he will be released from custody immediately.

The prosecution had requested an immediate custodial sentence of two years and three months for the attack resulting in the death of the German teen.

“He is now free and can go to any country he wants, but he must inform the Frankfurt court every month of what he is doing,” court spokesperson Daniel Trosch told AFP. “He admitted the facts and said he regretted them,” he added.

Say what you will about diversity, but it does make football a lot more exciting.

Let’s hope Germany catches up to Brazil soon.