News : Schalke 04: Fan does not have to answer for attack on city supporters for attempted murder


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Schalke 04: Fan does not have to answer for attack on city supporters for attempted murder




A fan of the Bundesliga club Schalke 04 does not have to answer for the riots in the Champions League match against Manchester City for attempted murder. The Landgericht Essen sees the defendant "no sufficient evidence that he acted with killing intent. That his punch was dangerous, not enough for such an assumption," it said in a statement.

The prosecution had in the indictment, the alleged act of the main defendant Jens H., 30 years, legally assessed as an attempted murder, the deeds of the other two men involved, the 27-year-old Ben P. and the 45-year-old Dieter S., as dangerous Mayhem. Now, the three alleged members of the Schalke ultra-group Hugos have to answer for dangerous bodily harm. Negotiation dates are not yet determined.

In the Champions League game on February 20, the city fan Paul W. was heavily injured in the head and hovered several weeks in mortal danger. The arrest warrant for the defendant, who was the only one in custody, ordered the Criminal Division to impose conditions beyond execution.


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