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Alexandra Föderl-Schmid found alive

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Alexandra Föderl-Schmid found alive

Breathe a sigh of relief at the Inn

Breathe a sigh of relief in the case of the missing SZ editor Alexandra Föderl-Schmid. According to the Kronen-Zeitung, a police officer found the journalist alive under a bridge on the Inn. She was severely hypothermic but responsive.

Photo: Screenshot YouTube/ORF.at Published: February 9th, 2024 – 1:04 p.m
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More than 100 firefighters and police helpers searched for the deputy editor-in-chief of the “Süddeutsche Zeitung” in the Braunau district between Bavaria and Austria for almost 24 hours. Föderl-Schmid had spoken to her brother on the phone on Thursday morning, according to the “Krone” and had since then disappeared.

At around 11 a.m. today, Föderl-Schmid was discovered by an Austrian police officer, who immediately alerted the Red Cross, according to the »Krone newspaper«.

The 53-year-old woman from Mühlviertel was “severely hypothermic but was responsive and was immediately taken to the trauma room at Braunau hospital,” according to the “Krone.”

As deputy editor-in-chief, Föderl-Schmid was jointly responsible for the SZ’s smear campaigns against the Bavarian Economics Minister Huber Aiwanger and the AfD co-chairwoman Alice Weidel. Things have probably been brewing in the SZ editorial team ever since.

The industry portal Media Insider had received insider information from the editorial team since December and sharply criticized Föderl-Schmid’s way of working.

The news portal NIUS had commissioned the plagiarism assessor Stefan Weber to analyze her doctoral thesis several suspected cases identified.

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Left-wing critics immediately exploited the journalist’s disappearance to agitate against ex-Bild editor-in-chief Julian Reichelt of NIUS, also the victim of a character assassination campaign, and to demand far-reaching censorship of alternative media.

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