Hanau – They lost their loved one: pain unites them. And yet, behind each of the nine victims of the Hanau murder is a story of its own.
Exactly one year ago, the assassin Tobias Rathjen († 43) murdered nine people with foreign roots in Hanau, Hesse, and shot and killed his mother and himself.
His victims were torn from half his life; this is also shown by the shocking latest news that the relatives made available to BILD.
THE SAD WHATSAPPS OF HANAU!
Diana Sokoli (33) and Fatih Saracoglu († 34) have known each other since childhood. They later became a couple and moved from Regensburg (Bavaria) to Maintal. “It was the love of my life,” says the beautician. “We wanted to get married this year, have children. Fatih always wanted to have five children. “
Her life seemed perfect: until February 19, 2020. “That day I noticed that something was wrong,” Diana recalls.
The latest WhatsApp
Diana (8:03 p.m.): Contact me briefly about my life
Diana (9.12pm): I miss you my husband when you come
Diana (9:20 pm): Please hold your mobile aloud, be afraid
Fatih (9.44 pm): Very well, my life we have just returned home soon
Diana (9.47 pm): Okay
Diana (9.47 pm): Please leave your mobile with you, my dear
Fatih (21:52): Okay my life, I come
Fatih (21:53): ❤❤❤❤❤
A few minutes later, Fatih was killed: right-wing extremist Tobias Rathjen shot at Heumarkt. Diana had tried to call her fiancé, but it was no longer too late.
“I always felt like he was going, even when he wasn’t with me,” Diana says. “But unfortunately you can’t change the damn life.”
Brother’s last message
Cetin Gültekin (46) lost his beloved brother Gökhan († 37) in the attack on Hanau. “It was my support, my support,” Cetin says. The last message Cetin received from his brother was on February 19 at 10:02 a.m.: “Abi günaydin (good morning big brother). Remember to ask about your driver’s license. ” Cetin’s answer at 10:15 a.m.: “Yes.”
Today Cetin says: “My heart breaks. Then he thought of me too. I didn’t want him to forget the date, he always cared about others. “
To this day, Cetin finds it difficult to understand that his brother is dead. Months after his death, he continued to write messages to Gökhan: “When I returned the police mobile phone, I continued to write to him on WhatsApp. The doorbell rang next to me, but I wanted it. “
March 4, 2020 (10:37 PM): Good night Gökhan ❤❤ (Gute Nacht Gökhan)
March 5, 2020 (7:32 a.m.): Günaydin Gökhan ❤❤ (Guten Morgen Gökhan)
March 5, 2020 (8:13 p.m.): Iyi geceler Gökhan ❤ seni cok seviyorum bitanem (Good night Gökhan, I love you very much, all mine)
Day after day, Cetin wrote to his brother mainly in the morning and evening. From time to time I also sent him photos and videos.
April 19, 2020 (8:35 a.m.): 2ay – only icinde yat canim kardesim (2 months – sleep in the light, dear brother)
Weeks and months passed. “I have stopped writing now,” Cetin says a year after the Hanau attack.