Life imprisonment for the main defendant in the Kusel police murder trial

The court also established the particular gravity of the guilt, which practically rules out early release.

Life imprisonment for the main defendant in the Kusel police murder trial

The court also established the particular gravity of the guilt, which practically rules out early release. Accordingly, S. acted to cover up poaching. Specifically, the district court in Kaiserslautern sentenced him to two murders. There were also other offenses such as physical attacks on law enforcement officials and commercial poaching.

The court convicted Florian V., who was also accused, of aiding and abetting hunting poaching, but saw no punishment. The 33-year-old had accompanied S. and was actually in his car. Originally he was also suspected of murder, but this was not confirmed later.

The accusation was largely based on the statements of V.s. In the process, the two accused incriminated each other. S. presented the situation as self-defence.

According to the indictment, the two police officers stopped the car with S. and V. in the early morning of January 31 on a country road near Kusel in Rhineland-Palatinate. During the check, S. suddenly shot the officer at close range with a shotgun and then fired at her colleague with a hunting rifle. He then searched the officer for records incriminating him and fired at her again because she was alive.

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