Migrant Beheads 1-Year-Old Baby in Germany
Child murdered on train station platform in Angela Merkel's Germany
A Muslim migrant allegedly beheaded his one-year-old baby daughter on a busy train station platform in Hamburg, Germany, according to reports.
According to eyewitnesses, the 33-year-old suspect, Mourtala Madou, cut the head off his 12-month-old daughter in front of a horrified crowd of commuters at Jungfernstieg station on Thursday, April 12.
He then proceeded to stab his German girlfriend, and mother of his child, to death.
Witnesses report that the suspect allegedly stabbed the infant from behind while she was sitting in her stroller.
He then severed her neck before removing her head completely.
Before fleeing the scene, he allegedly stabbed his girlfriend in the chest and dumped the murder weapon in a train station trash can.
He was later arrested by police.
The woman, a mother of four other children, later died at a nearby hospital from her injuries.
Video footage has been uploaded to the internet showing the aftermath of the brutal and senseless double murder that was described as “very targeted” by police spokesman Timo Zill and an “honor killing” by witnesses.
The victim's bodies can be seen in the video but not their faces.
Eyewitnesses can be heard saying that the suspect cut the baby's head off.
The Ghanaian Christian gospel singer who captured the footage on his cell phone can be heard saying:
"Oh, my God.
"Oh, my God.
"It is unbelievable.
"Oh Jesus, oh Jesus.
"They cut off the head of the baby.
"They cut off the baby’s head.
"Oh, my God.
WARNING: Video contains graphic content.
Angela Merkel’s government have been under intense pressure in recent months regarding the open borders policy that is responsible for millions of Muslim migrants settling in Germany during the last three years.
Many Germans believe this story will turn the public mood against the government and represent the final nail in Merkel’s political coffin.
German authorities have also been ordered to clamp down on people sharing the damning footage on social media.
When Hamburg blogger Heinrich Kordewiner posted the video on Facebook and his own YouTube channel, a police investigation was launched.
Kordewiner claims his apartment was searched by police and his personal belongings were confiscated.
Police say they are operating under orders to confiscate material in order to protect the rights of the victims.