Mr Cheema had been accused of threatening the editor of the Die Welt newspaper after it printed cartoons caricaturing the Prophet Muhammad.
Some MPs in Pakistan have called for a debate on Mr Cheema's death after his family said he was tortured.
The BBC's Ray Furlong, in Berlin, says the torture claims are highly improbable. Torture is illegal in Germany and even the suspicion of torture would create a huge scandal, he says.
So we have an ordinary Muslim family, whose son tried to murder the editor of a newspaper because he disagreed with it's content. And the family take tips straight out of the terrorist hand book the, Qu'ran, AHEM, sorry I mean the Al-Qaeda manual, which tells captives to say they have been tortured.
From the BBC. For fucking fucksake. They have manuals telling Islamic fundamentalists exactly how to weaken a pluarlist democracy through it's own value systems. I was cynical enough before about how ordinary human beings are turned into liars or worse killers through Islam. Well the Islamist mindset bares it's ugly teeth again.This family should not be in Germany. They should fuck right off. Their delusional hatred for the host nation is self-evident.