Moroccan Migrant Says He Killed Italian Man Because He Was 'White' And 'Happy'"I chose to kill this young man because he looked happy. And I couldn't stand his happiness."
Apr. 03, 2019
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I wonder why the Western media is ignoring this story?
A Moroccan migrant has admitted to murdering Italian man Stefano Leo [pictured above], claiming that he wanted to kill someone "young, white and Italian."
"I looked at him and I was sure he was Italian. I wanted to kill a guy like me, take away all the promises he had, children, remove him from his friends and relatives," Mechaout said."Among all the people who were passing, I chose to kill this young man because he looked happy. And I couldn't stand his happiness," Mechaout said according to Voice of Europe, citing state prosecutors.
Monday on Twitter, Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini quoted the killer's statement that "I chose to kill this young man because he looked happy" and said he will fight to bring Stefano's family justice:
In March, an African migrant set fire to a bus full of Italian school children after releasing a video on YouTube calling for Africans to "rise up" and punish Europe for it's "unacceptable politics."
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