Special forces had taken him out of bed in the middle of the night. They had blindfolded him, shipped him by helicopter to Berlin, and then with a Learjet to Lebanon. There he stood now on July 10 at the airport of Beirut: Ibrahim Miri, one of the bosses of the widely ramified Lebanese-born family clan. A beefy guy with bald head, ex-boss of the rocker gang "Mongols MC Bremen", who had already been in prison in Germany eleven times. At the age of 13, he came to Germany in 1986 with his parents. The asylum application of the family had been rejected, but they remained. Since 1998, the German government has been seriously trying to get rid of Miri, which was also due to the fact that he has since committed offenses in series. Well, more than 20 years later, the authorities had actually done it. They had him deported. With his laissez-passer paper, a kind of passport set, issued by the Lebanese authorities surprisingly, he was allowed into the country. In the duty-free shop
This article was published for the first time in the SPIEGEL issue 48/2019.