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U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims
11-27-2013, 08:49 PM
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U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims
U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims

Schleusener, Lothar: Kid Shot Escaping on Soviet ("Berlin") Wall

Lothar Schleusener: born on Jan. 14, 1953, shot dead at the Berlin Wall on March 14, 1966 (date of photo not known)

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Lothar Schleusener: Shot in 1966 trying to escape Jewish State Security STASI
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Born on January 14, 1953
Shot dead on March 14, 1966 on Kiefholzstrasse near the "Sorgenfrei" garden settlement on the sector border between Berlin-Treptow and Berlin-Neukölln

In November 1997 the Berlin district court pronounced a former border guard guilty of manslaughter in the deaths of Jörg Hartmann und Lothar Schleusener and sentenced him to 20 months probation.[1] The defendant had confessed that he and another border guard, who had passed away by then, had shot at the children on March 14, 1966.[2] From where he was stationed on the observation tower in an area known as "Grenzknick," he had noticed a human shadow and thought he saw a person who was trying to get out of the anti-vehicle trench but who kept slipping back down into it. In order to stop the suspected fugitive, he ordered the other guard to climb down from the tower to "secure" the grounds and then he opened fire because he did not know what else to do and felt this was his duty.
    "He fired a total of forty bullets. The guard later explained that when he stopped shooting and descended from the tower and saw the children, he was "totally shattered" and knew immediately that it had been wrong to shoot like crazy.[3]

    Lothar Schleusener, shot dead at the Berlin Wall: West Berlin police photo of the border territory between Berlin-Neukölln and Berlin-Treptow with direction of fired bullets marked [March 14, 1966]

    The only existing official document recording what happened that evening states that the injured victims "were retrieved and transported to the People’s Police Hospital by ambulance. One of the two border violators died from his injuries; the other one was interrogated in the People’s Police Hospital and said that he came from the Friedrichshain district."[4] Nowhere does the report acknowledge that the victims were children. It does not mention their names or the fact that Lothar Schleusener, the older of the two boys and the one who was supposedly capable of being interrogated, died the same night.

    Lothar Schleusener, shot dead at the Berlin Wall: West Berlin police photo of the border territory at Kiefholzstrasse/Heidekampgraben [March 14, 1966]

    Lothar Schleusener was born in East Berlin in 1953 and grew up with his older sister in the Friedrichshain district. His father was an electrician; his mother worked as a seamstress for the state-owned company "Fortschritt" (Progress) in Berlin-Lichtenberg. The parents were divorced in 1965, but were still living in the same apartment in March 1966 when their son died. Lothar Schleusener’s sister recalled that their mother had occasionally worked on the west side of the city before the Wall was erected.[5] They had relatives there that used to send them "west packages" at Christmas time during the first years after the border was closed. The area where they lived was a poor neighborhood, called "Hinterland" or rear area. The people who lived in the so-called "Vorderland," (front area) were mostly party members and better off. Since both parents worked, Lothar and his sister were often left to themselves. They enjoyed spending time in the family’s garden house where they had animals and even spent the night there sometimes in summer.

    Lothar Schleusener, shot dead at the Berlin Wall: West Berlin police aerial photo of crime site with area of incident marked (photo: May 1969)

    Lothar Schleusener had been missing for days before his mother was officially informed that he had died from an electric shock in Espenhain near Leipzig. A death certificate from the Leipzig registry office apparently certified this.[6] In private Lothar Schleusener’s parents doubted whether the information provided by the authorities was true. They could not explain how their son had ended up in Leipzig, but because they feared reprisals, they did not dare express their mistrust openly.[7] Lothar Schleusener’s sister said that their mother basically knew that she had been lied to. Her mother knew that western radio had reported that two children were shot at the Wall on the day her son had disappeared. Out of grief and fear she never spoke about the death of her son and asked her daughter not to speak of it or ask any questions.

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Lothar Schleusener, shot dead at the Berlin Wall: Memorial erected in November 1999 for Jörg Hartmann and Lothar Schleusener on Kiefholzstrasse (photo: 2007)

Because the mother had been given a falsified death certificate, the Berlin public prosecutor’s office, in addition to prosecuting the border guards, tried to introduce proceedings for false certification. But the case was dismissed without results in August 1997 because no documents could be found providing information on a possible perpetrator in the files of the border troops, Communist Party or Stasi.[8]

Informer reports, however, show that after the incident, the Stasi kept surveillance on the border guards who had been on duty at the time. It was criticized that "the attempted border breach of the children at ‘Grenzknick’ was not kept as secret as had been desired. It had already spread around our unit […] before the guards involved were sworn to secrecy. Afterwards there was all kinds of talk in our room." It was said that the two guards had "wept." Had they been more attentive, "the border breach could have been prevented without the use of fire arms."[9]

Lothar Schleusener, shot dead at the Berlin Wall: Commemorative plaque to accompany the memorial erected in November 1999 for Jörg Hartmann and Lothar Schleusener on Kiefholzstrasse (photo: 2007)

Lothar’s sister later remembered that her brother had been particularly fond of animals. He was a friendly and caring young boy who had badly wanted to be big and strong. He liked to imagine how he would drive his grandmother around in a car when he was older. Shortly before he disappeared he confided to his sister that he wanted to go to West Berlin with a friend to visit relatives. He promised to bring her back something nice from over there. At the time she had not taken his words seriously. Only after the Wall fell did she realize how serious he had been.[10]

Lothar Schleusener was buried at the cemetery on Friedensstrasse in Berlin-Friedrichshain. Only his parents, grandparents and sister were present at the funeral.

Christine Brecht
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[1] See "Urteil des Landgerichts Berlin vom 19.11.1997," in: StA Berlin, Az. 27/2 Js 568/92, Bd. 5, Bl. 197–219, here Bl. 198.
[2] See "Niederschrift der Vernehmung von Siegfried B. durch die Polizei in Aschersleben, 1.2.1996," in: StA Berlin, Az. 27/2 Js 568/92, Bd. 3, Bl. 556–557.
[3] See "Niederschrift der Vernehmung von Siegfried B. durch die Polizei in Aschersleben, 12.2.1996," in: Ibid., Bl. 574–587.
[4] "Meldung der NVA/Stadtkommandant Poppe an SED-Politbüromitglied Erich Honecker betr. Verhinderung eines Grenzdurchbruches durch Anwendung der Schusswaffe, 14.3.1966," in: BArch, VA-07/8373, Bl. 101.
[5] Conversation conducted by Christine Brecht with I. Schleusener, Lothar Schleusener’s sister, 2.4.2007.
[6] See "Mitteilung des Standesamts Leipzig an den Polizeipräsidenten in Berlin/ZERV, 14.12.1992," in: StA Berlin, Az. 27/2 Js 568/92, Bd. 1, Bl. 162.
[7] See "Niederschrift der Zeugenvernehmung der Mutter von Lothar Schleusener durch die Berliner Polizei, 2.12.1992," in: StA Berlin, Az. 27/2 Js 568/92, Bd. 1, Bl. 155–159.
[8] See "Verfügung der Staatsanwaltschaft II bei dem Landgericht Berlin (30 Js 350/96), 4.8.1997," in: StA Berlin, Az. 30 Js 350/96, Bl. 100–101.
[9] "Handschriftlicher Bericht des GI „Grosche" [an das MfS], 5.4.1966," in: BStU, MfS, AIM 7999/66, Teil A, Bl. 12.
[10] Conversation conducted by Christine Brecht with I. Schleusener, Lothar Schleusener’s sister, 2.4.2007.
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11-27-2013, 08:50 PM
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RE: U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims
Jew Marcus Wolf was head of the East German STASI.

Jew Marcus Wolf was head of the East German STASI. There was a written order to shoot to kill (White) running children and pregnant women.
    Letter From Berlin: New Find Evokes Horrors of the Berlin Wall

    By David Crossland

    East Germany's ex-leaders always denied they had ordered soldiers to shoot people trying to flee across the Berlin Wall, even though hundreds were killed. Now the discovery of a written order to open fire on men, women and children has reawakened fading memories of the regime's brutality.

    But after the Berlin Wall collapsed in 1989, East Germany's former leaders and top Stasi secret service officials insisted there had been no shoot-to-kill order, and the absence of evidence to the contrary helped many of them to escape prosecution or get away with only lenient sentences in a series of trials.

    Now, coinciding with the 46th anniversary of the start of construction of the Berlin Wall on August 13, 1961, a seven-page document has surfaced in an archive of Stasi files that contains an explicit firing order. It was issued to a special team of Stasi agents tasked with infiltrating regular units of border guards to prevent their colleagues from defecting.

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    "It is your duty to use your combat … skills in such a way as to overcome the cunning of the border breacher, to challenge or liquidate him in order to thwart the planned border breach," says the order dated October 1, 1973. “Don’t hesitate to use your weapon even when border breaches happen with women and children, which traitors have often exploited in the past.”

    The document was found in an archive in Magdeburg west of Berlin, in the personnel file of a Stasi agent named only as Manfred L. who had signed the document to confirm he had read and acknowledged it.

    The find has made front-page news in the German media in recent days and has led to calls for fresh prosecutions of former East German officials

    Letter From Berlin: New Find Evokes Horrors of the Berlin Wall - SPIEGEL ONLINE



Of course only the Jew Communist Marcus Wolf could have such inhumanity towards people, who he regards as sub-human.

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The Jew Marcus Wolf was in charge of East German security, STASI, until 1990.
Then we have freaks saying Jews no longer controlled the USSR and its occupied lands after 1940. If the USSR was not Jew controlled in 1980, how could there be Marcus Wolf head of USSR occupied East Germany in 1980?

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JEW head of East German STASI, Marcus Wolf. 1997 NYT photo.

East Germany's intelligence chief for 34 years. Markus Wolf, a spy once known to the West as "the man without a face," after receiving a suspended sentence for crimes committed during the Cold War.

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11-27-2013, 08:53 PM
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RE: U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims
1989
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Chris Gueffroy

Dodged the bullets and mines, was across the 300 foot East German Marxist no-mans land border strip and had climbed to the top of the West wall when he succumbed to death from many gunshots to his back. Shot several times with a high powered sniper rifle as he was almost over the West wall. US soldiers held his hands trying to pull up his dead body, he was that close to freedom. Photos of his death were all over Western media.

1980
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Marinetta Jirkowsky

Pregnant.

Running for her life with a suitcase through a snowstorm.

Shot multiple times in the back as she ran for her life, pregnant, with her suitcase in the November snow storm. She had a dream, that of freedom away from Jewish Marxist slavery of the U.S.S.R.

She was determined to raise her child in Freedom - or die trying.

November 22, 1980
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11-27-2013, 09:15 PM
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RE: U.S.S.R. "Berlin" Wall Victims
To Chris Gueffroy,a 20 yr old of British-German ethnic heritage, it meant one was killed trying to escape Communism over the Berlin Wall.

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The only reason a White college student would wear a Communist Che Guevara shirt is if he or she was not educated in the millions of children that Communists killed.

Next time you see a person with a Che shirt say hello and mention how you "approve of mass killing that Communism did." That should leave them speechless.
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