GEWICHT: 57 kg
Services: Natursekt (aktiv), Dienstleistungen der Herrin, Dirty Talk, Fisting aktiv, Massagen
The event generated substantial media attention in China. The accused's parents are police officers, and there were accusations the police may have acted to suppress evidence. She wore black pants, a white-gray shirt, and black sneakers, and followed her usual running route across the city, through Dessau's city park and the museum district.
The next day, German police received a missing person report after her disappearance and mobilized hundreds of police officers in the city to search for the student. Meanwhile, many Chinese people posted messages online in social media channels, such as WeChat , about the missing student. Local Chinese also reported the missing student to the Chinese Embassy in Berlin for help. The area was immediately cordoned off. Rudolf Lückmann, professor at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, later described her condition, saying "Her mouth, along with the face, is brutally smashed off.
Her disfigured body is covered with wounds from a hard struggle for survival. On May 16, the forensic medical examination confirmed that the body was the missing student, Li, and also found at least one trace of foreign DNA on the body. On May 19, the existence of foreign DNA traces was confirmed. Samples were passed on to the Federal Criminal Police Office for comparison but no match was found. On Monday, May 23, a young local couple, Sebastian F.
The two claimed that the DNA found on the body of the victim could have come from them, and that they had met Li the night before her disappearance and had engaged in consensual sex in their apartment building next to the location where the body was found. While the two denied any involvement in the murder, police made a successful DNA match and issued an arrest warrant for the two on suspicion of joint murder.
Ramona S. The mother, working for the police department Sachsen-Anhalt East, had protected her son previously during several criminal investigations by the local police,  which was headed by her husband. She volunteered to join the investigating group "Anhalt". The spread of the suspect's version outraged the parents of the murdered daughter, as well as Chinese students in Dessau and throughout Germany. It was thought to damage the reputation of the victim, her parents and her family in China, and also became a headline in the leading newspapers and social media in China, where the potential for justice in the German legal system was cast into doubt.