After the violence of Stuttgart most of the up to 500 rioters will come without any noticeable penalties in the state of. This fear of the judge Thorsten grinding from the district court of Dinslaken (North rein-Westphalia) expressed in an interview with FOCUS Online. The rule of law will have a hard time similar to the mass sexual Attacks in the Cologne, new year's eve 2015/2016. Grinding: "661 criminal annoyed women view sexually was followed by three convicted criminals and three years later."
the grinding was taken care of in 2019, with his book "verdict: unfair - A judge reveals why our judicial system failed" in Germany caused a stir. On the occasion of the Stuttgart-based riots he has now. The 40-year-old judge complained of, the rule of law was weakened to pursue the thugs and destroyers such, "the fact that they feel the sanctions as painful and real punishment".
All information about the riots in Stuttgart in the News-Ticker of FOCUS Online.judges: the rule of law is not able to show full hardness
Already a few hours after the ruckus Orgy in the baden-württemberg state capital, in which 23 police officers were injured and several shops were destroyed, would have caused politicians and citizens to a "harsh response of the state of law", so grinding. The claim was absolutely justified. But: "There will be no tough response of the state. The German state is not able to respond to such an event with all hardness.“
The judge does not, however, in the eyes of many people, to mild laws. "The German criminal laws are sufficient to respond to outbreaks of violence, such as in Stuttgart is appropriate." So dangerous a body could be punished injuries already today, with up to ten years imprisonment, also a serious theft in a business is broken into. And even on property damage up to two years in prison would be so abrasive.laws are sufficient, need only to be swiftly applied to
But just because it hapere huge. Police, prosecutors and courts are overloaded "for years" and could hardly cope with their daily work. Grinding: "The cost-saving measures in all Federal countries have weakened the rule of law over many years in such a way that to him after mass crime as it is now in Stuttgart, running out of air."Paradise, rioters, extremists, rich citizens, Clans,
Even if in some Parts of the policy slowly a change in thinking at the onset and at least a little more money in the judiciary will be invested, the mistakes of the past in the short and medium term, don't fix it. Among the dramatic consequences of years of austerity policies and of the "conscious neglect of the rule of law" will Germany suffer a "very long time".
judge grinding prophesied in an interview with FOCUS Online, that riots such as in Stuttgart will be repeated in other German cities.
"The Lack of an appropriate response is perceived by many people as a retreat of the regulatory state, in particular, of the perpetrators, the remains Scot-free," believes the lawyer. "The in this way created gap is fast becoming a law-free space. A law-free space, the rioters also take advantage of such as left, right and religious extremists, rich citizens and criminal Clans.“
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