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Trial after gunfire: ricochet hit tram

2021-10-13T23:45:09.726Z

The start of the trial after nocturnal shots in Braunschweig: A criminal case against five men starts in front of the regional court today. They are said to have shot members of a warring family in April of this year. According to the indictment, they wanted to kill at least one person. The public prosecutor's office accuses men between the ages of 20 and 32 with attempted manslaughter (2 KLs 859 Js 20171/21 (19/21)).



The start of the trial after nocturnal shots in Braunschweig: A criminal case against five men starts in front of the regional court today.

They are said to have shot members of a warring family in April of this year.

According to the indictment, they wanted to kill at least one person.

The public prosecutor's office accuses men between the ages of 20 and 32 with attempted manslaughter (2 KLs 859 Js 20171/21 (19/21)).

Braunschweig - In order to implement their plan, the group is said to have armed themselves with a sharp firearm as well as clubs and machetes.

When the warring family members met in the west of Braunschweig, several shots were fired at cars.

A ricochet hit the windshield of a moving tram.

The driver was injured by broken glass in his neck and upper body.

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Source: merkur

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