Last year alone, 65 of the prisoners housed there died from violence, malnutrition or tuberculosis. Source: ntv.de, mba / AFP “” The accused Hussein K. is sitting in the courtroom next to public defender Sebastian Glathe. (Archive picture from January 8th) (Photo: picture alliance / Patrick Seege) In the Freiburg murder trial, the defendant Hussein K. apologizes for his act. The defense attorney advocates drug therapy in prison. In contrast, the public prosecutor and the public prosecutor’s office demand at least a life sentence. In the Freiburg murder trial against the refugee Hussein K., the public defender has requested therapy for the defendant. He must be offered help and care in prison, said defense attorney Sebastian Glathe before the Freiburg regional court. Glathe waived a specific demand with a view to a sentence.
The lawyer emphasized that a conviction for murder and rape according to juvenile or adult criminal law is legally possible. There is no legal basis for determining the particular gravity of the guilt or for preventive detention, as required by the public prosecutor and secondary prosecution. In his plea, the representative of the secondary prosecution had demanded that adult criminal law be used against Hussein K.
The defendant was at least 22 years old, said lawyer Bernhard Kramer at the Freiburg Regional Court. Kramer, who represents the parents of those killed in the trial, also agreed with the prosecutor’s request. The prosecutor had applied for adult criminal law, a life sentence and subsequent preventive detention on Friday. In addition, the particular gravity of the guilt must be determined. This means that early release after 15 years in prison would be almost impossible.
March fall. Hussein K., whose age is contradicting, admitted to choking and raping a 19-year-old student until she passed out in Freiburg in October 2016. The woman drowned in the Dreisam River. The defendant said in his last word that he regretted the act and apologized.
He wished he could have drug therapy in prison. According to his defense lawyer, Hussein K. was under the influence of alcohol and drugs. Source: ntv.de, fhe / dpa “In Brazilian prisons mutinies and attempts to escape occur again and again. (Photo: REUTERS) That the Brazilian prisons are hopeless are overcrowded and prisoners mutinied is not news, but now an “extremely heavily armed group” is intervening from outside.
Dozens of people die in the attempted breakout, with at least 21 people killed in an attempted prison break in northern Brazil. An “extremely heavily armed group” supported the attempted breakout, said the security authorities of the state of Pará. The dead were in clashes with the police, and initial findings suggest that prisoners at Santa Izabel detention center near the city of Belém also had weapons.writing service They were supported by the armed group outside the prison that used explosive devices. According to the security authorities, the prison guards tried to repel the attack with firearms.
There was an “intense exchange of fire,” it said. A special task force of the police had arrived to reinforce the fact that 20 prisoners and attackers from outside as well as a prison guard were among the dead. Five other guards were injured, one seriously.
The authorities said it was being checked whether prisoners had managed to leave the prison. Two rifles and five handguns were seized. In Brazil, power struggles between rival drug gangs are often shifted from the streets to prison. In 2017, one of the bloodiest prison riots in Manaus, Amazonia, killed 56 people. The police are also constantly under fire. She is accused of undermining the right to be responsible for extrajudicial executions and falsification of evidence and of failing to investigate crimes committed by its own officials. Every year in the South American country there are around 60,000 homicides, the prisons are notoriously overcrowded.
Violence in prisons is not uncommon. According to the latest official statistics from 2016, there were almost 727,000 prisoners in Brazilian prisons at the time. However, capacity was only available for 368,000. According to information from February, the Santa Izabel detention center last had 660 inmates, with a maximum capacity of 432 inmates.
A report by the prison authorities in February warned of the risk of attempting to escape with outside assistance. As recently as November last year, 14 prisoners had fled the institution. Another attempt to escape in January failed. Source: ntv.de, fzö / dpa / AFP “Can Bambi and Klopfer soften the poacher’s heart? (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) The Walt Disney classic” Bambi “has generations to Brought crying.
Now the tragic story of the deer calf is supposed to bring a notorious poacher to his senses. The 29-year-old severed the heads of hundreds of deer. A poacher in the United States was ordered to watch the Walt Disney classic “Bambi” every month in prison. Judge Robert George sentenced repeat offender David Berry to a one-year sentence in the US state of Missouri. He also decreed before 23.
December Berry had to watch “Bambi” for the first time in prison – and then at least one more time every month during his prison sentence. The 29-year-old Berry had violated “a huge list” of hunting laws with his father and two brothers over a period of three Years ago hundreds of deer were illegally killed, mostly during night hunts. The poachers had collected the heads of the animals as trophies, explained the prosecutor – and simply left the rest of the animal carcasses. The authorities had already revoked Berry’s hunting license because of earlier violations of the law. David Berry is expecting a special film program in prison. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) The cartoon “Bambi” from 1942 tells the story of the large-eyed deer calf Bambi, his mother being shot by hunters. It is raised by its father and accompanied through life by its animal friends, Thumper and Flower. Since deer do not occur in North America, Walt Disney relied on the domestic white-tailed deer, whose offspring are very similar to the fawns of deer and probably less irritating to the European audience. The classic has made generations of moviegoers cry – children and adults alike.
Whether he brings poachers to insight is at least questionable. Randy Doman, head of the Missouri Conservation Department, was impressed by the judge’s additional sentence. The judge wanted to put the convicted person’s actions in a larger context. Source: ntv.de, fzö / AFP / dpa “In July 2016, the fugitive is said to have shot her 40-year-old husband in order to drive south with her lover (Photo: picture alliance / Julian Strate) Almost two years ago she shot her husband and was sentenced to eleven years in prison.
Now the 22-year-old manages an unusual escape from a prison in Lower Saxony. The police are searching at high pressure. But so far without success: A young woman who was convicted of fatal shots at her husband has escaped from a prison in Vechta, Lower Saxony. That said a spokesman for the Ministry of Justice in Hanover. “A manhunt was initiated immediately, but has so far not been successful.” According to the “Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung”, the 22-year-old was housed in the social therapy department, a branch of the penal institution.
The women can move about freely in the building. According to initial findings, the prisoner fled from there on Monday morning. According to the report, she shimmy to the ground and then climbed over the fence. Prison director Oliver Weßels suspects that she may have tampered with the castle beforehand. At the age of 21, the fugitive woman was sentenced to eleven years in prison for manslaughter in a sensational circumstantial trial at the Hildesheim district court in March 2017. According to the court’s conviction, in July 2016 in Algermissen in the Hildesheim district she fired eight shots at close range at her 63-year-old husband and then drove south with a lover. Source: ntv.de, hny / dpa “On demonstrations Demirci’s release was requested. (Photo: dpa) The 33-year-old Adil Demirci is arrested while on vacation in Turkey.
The German is said to be a member of a terrorist organization. For this reason, he has been in custody in Istanbul for months. Now a court has decided to release him.
After around ten months in Turkish custody, the Cologne social worker Adil Demirci is released. This was decided by a court in Istanbul after the second hearing in the trial for terrorist allegations. Demirci is not allowed to travel to Germany.
He is also not allowed to leave the province of Istanbul. The trial is due to resume on April 30th, and Demirci has been in custody in Istanbul since April. He was arrested while on family vacation. The public prosecutor’s office accuses Demirci, who has also written for the left-wing news agency Etha, of membership in the left-wing extremist Marxist-Leninist Communist Party.
The MLCP is considered a terrorist organization in Turkey. Together with 22 other defendants, he was accused of having attended funerals of members of the MLCP and the Kurdish YPG in 2013, 2014 and 2015, who were involved in police raids in Istanbul and in the fight against the The Islamic State (IS) jihadist militia had been killed in Syria. At the start of the trial in November, Demirci confirmed that he would attend funerals of fighters against the ISIS militia, but denied membership in a “terrorist organization”. Several lawyers criticized that attending the funeral alone was not a criminal offense. At the previous hearing, the court released several defendants, but Demirci and five other defendants had to remain in custody for the time being. Anke Brunn, who represented Demirci’s employer Internationaler Bund (IB), was pleased about his release, but stressed that this could only be one Be “intermediate step”. “For me it is not entirely understandable why after this nine-month pre-trial detention, which is not based on any facts, there is still no end in sight,” said Brunn.
She hopes that on April 30th “this nightmare is over”. Source: ntv.de, mba / AFP “The USA has been fighting with overcrowded prisons for years. (Photo: picture alliance / dpa) The USA has been fighting with overcrowded prisons A criminal law and prison reform is intended to remedy this. This is now also supported by President Trump. He wants to improve the chances of rehabilitation of former prisoners. US President Donald Trump supports reform plans from the US Congress to reduce the sentence for certain offenses and to improve the rehabilitation of released prisoners.
Trump announced this in Washington. The non-partisan project will provide more security and give former prisoners a second chance in life, said Trump. “This is a big breakthrough for a lot of people.” There is a lot of support for the plans, including and especially from representatives of the law enforcement authorities, including creating new incentives for prisoners to take part in education and training programs and to minimize their risk of relapsing and ending up in prison. Those in federal prisons should also be placed closer to their hometowns, including to make it easier for relatives to visit. “We know that a key to successful reintegration into society is to maintain connections with one’s own family and community,” said Trump. In addition, the minimum penalties for certain offenses should be reduced at the federal level. Trump stressed that the state would take an even tougher course against dangerous criminals.
However, people who have committed different offenses should be treated differently. There have been injustices here in the past. As an example, he cited Alice Marie Johnson, who cut the 63-year-old prison inmate’s life sentence in June after reality star Kim Kardashian advocated it. Johnson has served a prison term related to drug offenses since 1996.
Founded guilty of phone operator in drug deals, among other things, she was sentenced to life imprisonment. The US has long struggled with overcrowded prisons. The reform plans also aim to change something about this problem. There have long been efforts in the US Congress for criminal law and prison reform.
The negotiations between Republicans and Democrats are well advanced. Trump’s positioning is now an important step on the way to getting the plans through Congress with a bipartisan majority. But there are still some debates there. Because there is no absolute agreement between Republicans and Democrats.
For some Democrats, the plans don’t go far enough. Some Republicans, on the other hand, are opposed to partially easing sentences: In last week’s US congressional election, Trump’s Republicans defended their majority in the US Senate, but lost the majority in the House of Representatives to the Democrats. In the future, the Republicans will inevitably have to try more often to find a compromise with the Democrats when drafting legislation.
Trump said the announcement of the planned project now shows that bipartisan agreements are possible. If Republicans and Democrats work together, great progress is possible for the country. Source: ntv.de, psa / dpa “Four young men are walking through Amberg in December. They beat passers-by at random and insult police officers.
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