41 years old Larbi A. from Algeria owner of Prince Kebab in Ełk and his employee 26 years old Ati L. from Tunisia chased 21 years old Daniel, as they say, for stealing two bottles of soda. Soon Daniel was found dead covered in blood lying on the sidewalk. Police found Larbi A. and Ati L. in closed bar. They kept claiming they don’t know about anything.
Ati L. at first claimed that he doesn’t know what happened. Then, maybe after consultations with his boss, he took the blame, he admitted that he stabbed Daniel several times. One time he stabbed him into the chest, in heart area.
It is said that Larbi A. was crying in the court and that he said that they were defending themselves.
How could they defend themselves if they were chasing Daniel, and on the contrary to Daniel they had a knife?
Only the merciful court could answer that. Usually in Poland if anyone takes the law into their own hands they are severely sanctioned in courts.
No matter for the reason murder is murder. Last time I checked in Poland the penalty for murder is at least 12 years of prison, 25 years or a life time. Although it is hard to believe that Daniel stole anything, even if he did, it is unbelievable that in Poland country driven by law and justice anyone could be killed for theft.
Law in Poland is full of cases when people in actual self defense, often within their premises, to some extent harmed the thug and they were held responsible by the courts and sentenced for harming the attacker. In this case the judge (Renata Anna Berkane) must have decided that the use of knife was fair since Larbi A. under charges of taking part in a fight and not calling the Emergency to help dying Daniel has been given a one-year suspended prison sentence and 6 thousands złoty fee. Where is equality in the eyes of the law? It turns out that for the courts colour of skin makes the incomparable difference, no one can be racist towards Caucasians, yet it is even a fear of courts to be too strict towards those who are not Caucasians? Is it that following the letter of the law could be considered racism?
Imagine the reverse history. If a Caucasian was the owner of a restaurant in Algeria and a local resident was killed by his employee for theft…
In Poland kebab as fast food reaches the pick of its popularity. The fact is that kebab is number one selling fast food in Poland. The fact is that all media and majority of Polish society advocated the owner of Prince Kebab in Ełk and blackened Daniel’s name.
The murder took place 100 metres from Prince Kebab in Ełk, Armii Krajowej 32.