Reviewers in the trial of killed 18-year-olds on Usedom: Suspected murderer is in the psychiatry
Two men are charged with the murder of a pregnant woman on Usedom. According to one expert, the younger of the two is extremely dangerous. So his motive was to kill.
In the trial for the murder of an 18-year-old pregnant woman from Zinnowitz, an expert recommended the placement of a defendant in a psychiatric hospital.
The 19-year-old and a 21-year-old are in court in Stralsund. The younger ones are characterized by an extremely high future danger, said the psychiatrist in the district court Stralsund his suggestion for the so-called punitive execution. According to the law, this procedure is generally unlimited in duration, and dismissal is checked by doctors at regular intervals.
The man had a total lack of empathy, the psychiatrist said. He is extremely aggressive and impulsive. "These are people to worry about."
The expert also commented on the tattoos of the 19-year-old: Particularly striking is a cross on the left cheek. He had done this for his best friend, he said in one of the talks, reported the expert. When asked who that was, he called the name of the victim.
He would not have experienced a defendant like the 19-year-old in his 22-year peer review, said the psychiatrist. He justified this, inter alia, by stating that he would commit such a crime again. "The motive of killing is extremely rare."
The second defendant's reviewer did not see any signs of personality disorder or limited ability to control. "He could have acted differently."
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The men have to answer for insidious murder from murder lust. They wanted to see a person die according to the prosecution and had chosen in mid-March, the 18-year-old. Offenders and victims were friends. According to the younger defendant, the young woman was selected because she lived alone. Both offenders were very drunk in the act, but there had been no significant action restrictions for both, said the expert.
The process will continue next Monday with the pleadings. The verdict is due to fall on Friday next week.