Wednesday , February 24 2021

Stop on the bus: the court wants to prosecute BVB assassins

The bomb attack on the Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund team went well beyond the world of football on 11 April 2017. This Tuesday (14 hours) the jury court in Dortmund wants to speak against the defendant.

The prosecution demanded 29 years in prison for attempted murder. The prosecutor Carsten Dombert was convinced that the defendant's departure to the Champions League home team against AS Monaco had detonated three explosive devices at the BVB's team hotel, thus bringing the price of the BVB share accident,

He confessed that he had the 29-year-old bombed and detonated. However, the German-born German denies any killing intention. His only concern was to spread fear and terror, and was told in his confession. He played with warrants for a stock fall and hoped to make a profit of tens of thousands of euros.

BVB kicker in witness box

The defenders Carl Heydenreich and Christos Psaltiras were therefore sentenced to imprisonment, which caused an explosive explosion. This must be in "single digit range".

In the trial of eleven months, judges, explosives and stock experts, as well as almost all of the old bus passengers as a witness heard. Today defending Matthias Ginter, who played for Borussia Mönchengladbach, burst into tears. Dortmund, who was active at the time for the goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller, "Attack changed my life." Said. BVB goalkeeper coach Wolfgang de Beer said: "This is something you will never forget." Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel was surprised at the statement once he would stay in his office after the season, the assassination would never have happened.

Spanish defender Marc Batra was seriously injured during the attack on the forefront of the attack – whether it was a piece of broken metal or a piece of broken glass, the doctors did not clean it. A police officer who had to take the bus on a motorcycle had an explosion. The picture was fired today. (AP)

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