The brutality of forbidden love in Germany. From Istanbul to Germany and from there to the grave, the story of Elif Uzhunogan, a mother of two twin children, separated from life at the age of 33, has come out. Elif Uzunugan, who divorced his twin father 10 years ago due to a disagreement, settled in Germany after marrying his colleague Hussein Uzunugan, whom he met through his relatives and divorced his first wife as his own. The couple, who had 2 children from their first marriage, have 2 children from this marriage.
“My husband is cheating on me with a man.”
The Uzunogan couple, who live in the town of Fehrbelin near Berlin, ran a donor kebab shop. Elif Ujunugan occasionally went to the store with her son Chinar, who was also her first husband and helped her husband. Elif Uzunogan used to argue with her husband from time to time because she suspected that he was cheating on her because of some of the situations he saw while working in the store. Thinking her husband was cheating on her with a man working in the same workplace, Elif Uzunogan twice left the house because of her argument and settled in a women’s shelter, but returned home after the intervention of her family and friends.
“Elif has left home, don’t tell anyone.”
Finally, on February 19, the woman who had met her family in Istanbul was no longer heard, and the next day, Hussein Uzunogan, who called his brother-in-law, said that Elif had left the house. Hussein Uzunogan, who claimed that his wife had argued with him after a message sent by a friend at his workplace and accused him of having “relationships with men”, arrived in Istanbul two days later with the children. Hussein Uzunogan, who went to his mother-in-law’s house, said, “Elif has left home. Maybe he will come back. Let’s not tell anyone for a while.”
Interrogated the killers
Examining Uzunoğlan’s phone to make a call, looking at the unsolved murders in the same phone’s internet browser history, Germany and non-refundable countries, ticket prices, calls like hardware stores, he takes the kids and sees them instead of staying in Germany. For his wife, and for these calls he became suspicious and reported the situation to the police. Uzunogan, whose information was consulted, was released after he said his wife was jealous of him and left the house after an argument, as he had done before.
The first burnt shirt was found
At the urging of the family, who also reported the situation to the Turkish embassy in Berlin, German police, who searched the house, found his burnt cardigan in a garden hut and raised suspicions of murder. Meanwhile, Hussein Uzunugan, who was determined to reach the Nizip district of Gaziantep, confessed to the murder during interrogation at the Nizip police department, where he was taken into custody.
Uzunogan claims he killed his wife by suffocation out of jealousy and buried her in a garden hut, but police exhumed Elif’s body and head, which were cut and burned. Although it was determined that the body of the unfortunate woman had been dismembered and burned after being killed, her arms and legs were not found.
He murdered and looking for the family, said ‘left home’
Explaining that they had learned that his groom had also used violence against his first wife and that he had been detained for it, Elif’s sister, Erin Aslan, said: “From time to time there was an argument between Hussein and Elif. Elif suspected that her husband was cheating on her. With a man. Elif has twice taken refuge with women before. This time, the killer said there was a problem between them, but 1 day before Elif’s disappearance, he did various investigations on the Internet. Criminals have not been extradited to the country, and hardware stores. When he opened it to look for someone on a search engine, we found it when he typed something in a search engine. Then we reported it to the police. The killer saw it and fled. He was later apprehended but released after giving a statement. He was arrested and killed a second time with the information provided by German police. He admitted, but no body was found. Had already planned the assassination. The last time I spoke to Elif was on Saturday. Hussein called me on Sunday and told me that Elif had left home. It turns out he killed then. He called me after he had killed me. We want him to be punished and my brother’s soul to be at peace. “(Mehmet Bankuk-Sabah)