IIn the abuse complex in Münster, after a court ruling, the 28-year-old main defendant was sentenced to 14 years in prison for 29 cases of serious child abuse. For a period of time after this, the Münster District Court ordered preventive detention of IT technicians because of the risk of recurrence. He is believed to be a key figure in the trial with the other four defendants, which ended on Tuesday.
The sentences for the others are: a man (36 years old) in Hanover was sentenced to 4 years in prison, 11 years and 6 months, a 43-year-old man in Brandenburg Shorfheide was sentenced to 5 years in prison, and a 31-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison. . Six cases from Hessian Staufenberg at the age of six.The court also ruled on these people Preventive detention in. This largely followed the prosecutor’s request.
The mother of an IT technician (46) should be sentenced to five years in prison for aiding and abetting. The prosecutor has pleaded guilty for six years. The verdict has not yet been finalized.
The defendant’s response to the verdict was mostly irregular. As a defense, the trial judge Matthias Feller described sometimes serious abuses, but in order to protect the victims, he did not disclose the violent details of the rape. The court spoke of absolutely disturbing behavior. “This surpasses everything that has been submitted to this chamber so far,” Feller said in the grounds for the judgment. These behaviors are habitual and ruthless. The conversations heard in the video evidence of the pavilion leave a disturbing overall impression.
Just the tip of the iceberg
According to the court, the defendant is only the tip of the iceberg, especially in the case of IT technician Adrian V, who remained silent on the charges during the trial. During the trial, the police deciphered further material.
In the recording, in some cases, the perpetrator and the victim can be clearly identified by unmistakable physical characteristics.
This Prison sentence For the mother of an IT technician, the court cited the woman’s proven knowledge as the reason. So she knew that serious sexual abuse had occurred in the pavilion. She has offered arbor to her son. As evidence, Pheiler cited chat transcripts and recordings made at the gazebo at breakfast. “She knew about her son’s pedophilia, and she was told of abuse,” the court said.
However, the woman may not know that the man has partially anesthetized the victim’s behavior. The court held that this could mitigate the penalty.
Together with Lügde and Bergisch Gladbach, Munster is one of the three largest abuse cases in North Rhine-Westphalia in recent years. After investigating a pavilion, the case came to light in June 2020. In the process, people were arrested in several federal states and abroad. Five men in the complex have been sentenced to prison. Investigators have identified more than 50 suspects, of which about 30 are currently in custody.