After the explosion in a house in Münster, the prosecutor wants to apply for arrest warrants against the 67-year-old resident - including for attempted murder. The woman confessed to the hearing at the hospital that she had planned and brought about the explosion, the investigators said. She claimed to have committed the day together with her 38-year-old daughter. This was so badly injured that she could not be heard yet.
The two women had caused the explosion on Wednesday morning, according to prosecutors, when a bailiff with three police officers wanted to make a forced eviction. Mother and daughter as well as the three officials were injured. Two horses, which had apparently brought the women shortly before into the house, had to be euthanized seriously injured. The house was largely destroyed by the explosion and a subsequent fire.
"The district attorney's office Muenster today will apply to the District Court for the issue of an arrest warrant for attempted murder in coincidence with causing an explosive explosion with attempted death," said a spokesman for the prosecutor with reference to the 67-year-old. Her daughter is currently being treated in a special clinic.