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Triple murder by Starnberg: did the alleged perpetrator and the victim have a relationship?


After the death of a family in Starnberg, two friends are on trial for murder. Chats between the killed son and one of the defendants now raise the question: Did the two have a relationship?

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The two defendants (left and second from right) with defense lawyers in the courtroom at the Regional Court of Munich II

Photo: Sven Hoppe / dpa

There is a video on Maximilian B's cell phone.

Taken on the night of January 11, 2020. It shows the bodies of the couple P. and their dying son Vincent in their house in Starnberg.

Whoever is filming wears disposable blue gloves, you can see them.

About Vincent P. he says: "He's still breathing." And to his dead parents: "Then I'll let you sleep some more." He turns off the light and leaves the bedroom.

The suspicion is that Maximilian B. took the picture himself and that he was in the house of the P family on the night of the crime.

According to the Munich II public prosecutor's office, B. killed the family out of greed with gunshots in the head and chest in order to get hold of illegal weapons.

The 21-year-old has been on trial for murder since mid-August, along with his buddy Samuel V, who is said to have chauffeured B. to the family house - presumably knowing that B. wanted to kill at least one person there.

Were B. and P. intimate with each other on the night of the crime?

In the past 20 days of negotiations, the subject was stolen and hoarded weapons, missing cartridge cases, rampages, the life of the P. family and tons of chats and videos on the men's cell phones.

Now Vs Defense focuses on the relationship between the main defendant B. and the slain son, a 21-year-old gunsmith apprentice.

The lawyers Alexander Stevens and his colleague Alexander Betz defend V., the alleged chauffeur.

You are convinced that Maximilian B. and Vincent P. have had a love affair since September 2019 and were intimate with each other on the night of the crime.

Vincent P. was holding an empty Glock Model 19 Gen4, caliber 9 × 19, in his right hand when he was found dead in his bed.

There were traces of smoke on his hands.

His parents were shot with the same gun.

Vincent P. was only wearing underpants.

There are sperm and DNA traces of both men, Stevens and Betz, on her and on the bedclothes.

On the 18th day of the negotiation, you quote from chat messages in which B. is said to have written to P.: "I had to hang up because the people I'm with don't know anything about us."

In the chats, both of them address each other as "Boi", a synonym for "lover" among homosexuals according to lawyers.

Several times in the news, P. urges B. to visit him and offers him to pay for the trip.

Was that why Maximilian B. knew the access code for the P family's front door?

So that he could have access unnoticed at any time, even at night?

This Monday, the defense lawyers request an examination of the bed and underwear of the killed P. as well as the questioning of an expert whom B. is said to have confided that he was also attracted to men.

P's half-sister is also said to have known about her brother's sexual preference and the relationship between the two;

they too want to summon the lawyers as witnesses.

What role did Samuel V play?

"There is no indication that the defendant V. is involved in any form in this possible act of relationship," says Stevens.

And if the possibility of an act of relationship could not be ruled out, V. would "for that reason alone be acquitted of complicity or involvement in the murder."

After finding the three dead, the investigators originally assumed a family drama; Vincent P.'s corpse was not examined for traces of sexual intercourse or sexual acts.

This also applies to his underpants and bedclothes for possible DNA and sperm traces.

The process is scheduled until May 2022.

Source: spiegel

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