6th November 2016, Munich
With this statement, we were going to announce dry hunger strike on 5th of November - the eviction of our protest camp forestalled this:
Today I would like to share the story of a youth from Senegal with you.
This youth, martyr, our brother, comrade and my cousin through blood
bond. I want to share his story, because the administrations played with
the life of this boy and are still playing with our lives.
Nfally Biaye was murdered in the cruelest way, barbarically with
multiple stabs with a knife. Nfally himself called the police, to save
his life from the hands of a criminal, the police whose purpose is
supposed to be ensuring the safety of people. But instead of fulfilling
their duties, the police let him die.
Who cares about the life of a migrant, especially the one of an asylum
On the 21st of February 2016 at 0:35 Nfally, according to the police,
wanted to go to sleep in his room in the camp in Dorfen. At this moment
he didn’t think, that death would be waiting for him. The murderer
waited for him behind his door to take his life.
Nfally died from the knife stabs of his roommate. But the police
murdered him, because they could have helped him when he needed them.
The district office in Dorfen murdered Nfally, because they know the
previous history of the murderer. The asylum system murdered Nfally
because people are forced to live in the same room, without considering
the discriminations and attacks, resulting from differences in
nationality, religion, culture and sexuality. They pretent to want to
control everything, but they aren't able to protect individual freedom.
Today we start with a thirst strike and because you play the blind and
deaf, you can treat as the same way as you did with Nfally. That way you
can kill us, without doing it with your own hands.
In memory of all warriors for justice, freedom and humanity. In memory