Auch interessant, wie diese Website den Fall von Sonja darstellt. Da wird die letzte absolut sichere Sichtung von Sonja auf 20.40h getimet und somit alles Nachfolgende mal grundsätzlich in Frage gestellt ...
"Ran into two friends"
"Rented the apartement" (waren die Vollmond-Jungs wirklich erst um die 15?)
"Munich Police believe Sonja was kidnapped and may have been either sold into slavery to the Middle East or South Eastern Europe." (Gab es dazu mal eine offizielle Erklärung von Seiten der Polizei? Bisher hatte ich den Eindruck, als sei diese Möglichkeit für die ermittelnden Beamten höchstens peripher in Betracht gekommen ...)
Warum gibt es nur so viele unterschiedliche Details / Formulierungen? Und warum zeichnet man nicht mal jetzt, fast 20 Jahre später ein Bild von der Nacht zum 12.04.95, in das man alle bekannten Infos einbringt anstatt den Großteil weiter zu verschweigen?!
Hier der Artikel:
Sonja Stephanie Engelbrecht
Missing since April 11, 1995 from Munich, Germany.
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: April 4, 1976
Age at Time of Disappearance: 19 years old
Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'7" (176 cm); 110 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Blonde hair; greenish-blue eyes. Slim build.
Marks, Scars, Tattoos: Pierced ears and nose. Both little fingers bend towards the inside.
Clothing: She was wearing a purple sweater, a black leather jacket and black leather pants. Black high heel suede boots which laced knee high in front and a scarf. Silver rings and necklace.
Circumstances of Disappearance
Engelbrecht was last known to be in the company of a friend at 8:40 pm on April 10, 1995. Sonja had gone to meet him at the main train station in downtown Munich and from there they were to go to a nearby restaurant. According to the friend, they ran into 2 of his friends when they got to the restaurant and later left with them at about 1 am. April 11, 1995. The friend further stated that they went to an apartment rented by one of the friends and later left that apartment at about 2 am and walked to a subway - streetcar station on the way home. Shortly after arriving at the subway - streetcar station the friend apparently boarded a streetcar and left Sonja alone at the station. She has never been heard from since.
Munich Police believe Sonja was kidnapped and may have been either sold into slavery to the Middle East or South Eastern Europe.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Munich Police Department
+49-89-2910-Ext 2121 http://doenetwork.org/cases/1303dfdeu.html