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Germans are reportedly asking their government to reconsider its lax immigration policies in light of the brutal rape and murder of a 14 year old girl named Susanna Maria Feldman, according to The New York Times.

Feldman disappeared in May without a trace; the only clue to where she might have gone was a text message sent to her parents that read, "Don't look for me. I come in 2 or 3 weeks." Susanna's body was found a short time later, "buried in brushwood, in a secluded area, near the railroad tracks," not far from a refugee camp, with signs that she'd been raped and then strangled.

"The murder suspect, identified as Ali Bashar, a 20-year-old Iraqi, arrived in Germany in October 2015, shortly after Ms. Merkel opened the borders to hundreds of thousands of migrants," the NYT reports. "He was rejected in late 2016, but was allowed to stay in the country while his appeal was pending."

After the young girl disappeared, he and his family left the country. He was recently found in northern Iraq and extradited to face murder charges back in Germany.

Angela Merkel's government has been shockingly tolerant of the migrant wave, even after a rash of sexual assaults rocked the capital city of Berlin during New Years celebrations, and even after media revealed that Germany had accepted thousands of migrants who had a record of terrorist sympathies and criminal backgrounds, and who had been "dismissed by other states."

"People feel that the state has lost control," the head of one of Germany's police unions told the NYT. "There are thousands of people in the country and we don't know who they are. That is an enormous security risk."

And this isn't even the first murder. The German government admits at least one other teenager, a 17-year-old, was killed by a migrant who should have been deported.

Now German police are turning on Merkel's government over the policy and even mainstream media sources in Germany have proclaimed that the murders could have been prevented had Germany simply checked before admitting thousands of "refugees" from Middle Eastern countries.

Der Spiegel ran with the headline, "If he had been deported, she would still be alive."