Sentenced, For Life

Branch 251

Nov 5 2021 • 26 mins

Sometimes, people without a German passport end up behind bars in Germany. But depending on their status, their punishment doesn't end as they walk out of prison. In this episode, Fritz and Naya explore how free ex-convicts without a passport really are. And with the help of Thomas Oberhäuser, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Working Group on Migration Law in the German Bar Association, we discuss what could happen to Anwar R. and Eyad A. if they were indeed finally convicted for what they are accused of: crimes against humanity.

For more information and regular updates on the trial, follow us on Twitter.

More on Thomas Oberhäuser

The Bar Association Thomas Oberhäuser chairs

ECCHR trial reports

Syria Justice and Accountability Centre's monitoring of the trial


Logo design by laurenshebly.nl -- Photo by James Lawler Duggan/AFP/Getty Images.


Music by Kevin McLeod and via Blue Dot Sessions

Support for our podcast comes from German Federal Foreign Office funds that are provided by the Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen IFA's zivik Funding Programme.



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