The legal dispute between the justice victim Gustl Mollath and the Free State of Bavaria ended. Mollath received a high amount of compensation for the seven years he was wrong in psychiatry.
After a year-long legal dispute, the Bavarian state and Justice victim Gustl Mollath agreed to pay compensation. The Munich Courthouse Court said Mollath earned 600,000 euros for illegal placement in a forensic hospital.
The friendly agreement ended with the legal dispute with the Free State. The country pays the money without accepting a legal obligation. This will result in a procedure initiated in March. Mollath, the most well-known victim of justice in the Federal Republic, sat in the wrong psychiatric for seven years. After his release, the Justice Ministry paid him 70,000 euros. Mollath later claimed 1.8m euros in compensation from the Free State of Bavaria.
The 62-year-old was tried in 2006 after being tried for violence against his wife, and delusions were taught in psychiatry. He filed a criminal complaint against his wife and other employees and HypoVereinsbank & # 39; s customers for tax evasion, money and insider trading. His wife later claimed that Mollath had been beaten, kicked, bitten and strangled. Appraisers recognized him as a mental disorder.
Six years after the trial, in 2012, an internal audit report of HypoVereinsbank was made public and confirmed that Mollath was part of his claims. The Supreme Court of Nuremberg then ordered the criminal proceedings to be resumed and Mollath immediately released. In August 2014, she was acquitted by the district court of Regensburg.