Mainz and Wiesbaden: Interior Ministries do not see errors in the case of Susanna F.

The police in Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse had handled the murder case Susanna F. Appropriately, the interior ministries say. However, staff shortages prevail.

Mainz and Wiesbaden: Interior Ministries do not see errors in the case of Susanna F.

The Rhineland-Palatinate interior Ministry sees no omissions of Mainz police in case of Susanna. There were no doubts about proper processing of murder case, said head of police department in provincial ministry, Joachim Laux, in Committee on Legal Affairs of Regional Council in Mainz.

On May 30, lead of investigation was changed to Wiesbaden (Hesse). Details could not be given due to ongoing investigation.

The Rhineland-Palatinate Minister of Justice Herbert Mertin (FDP) also referred to equivalent investigations conducted in Wiesbaden. The President of police headquarters in Mainz, Reiner Hamm, said in Committee that y were of course in contact with Susanna's mor.

The 14-year-old Susanna from Mainz was raped and killed in Wiesbaden at end of May. Tatverdächtig is Iraqi Ali B. Who lived in a refugee accommodation in Wiesbaden and now sits in custody in Frankfurt. He confessed to killing of 14-year-olds in an interrogation, but denies rape.

Also Hesse does not see any mistakes

The internal and Legal Committee of Hessian Landtag also dealt with murder case of Susanna. According to state Interior Minister Peter Beuth (CDU) and attorney General Helmut Fünfsinn, Hessian investigating authorities have also made no mistakes in case of Susanna.

The domestic political spokeswoman of SPD Landtag Bundestag group, Nancy Faeser, explained afterwards that detailed information provided did not, in principle, preclude " fact that in investigation of disappearance and death of Susanna F. An individual, personal Misconduct. " However, case shows that police and judiciary were suffering from a dramatic shortage of staff affects work of authorities. Public Prosecutor's offices and courts in Hesse are "personnel haggard so that procedures can no longer be processed and completed in a reasonable time".

The Hessian police had already been involved in investigations of Mainz colleagues shortly after missing report, said Beuth. Specifically, it was about locating mobile phone of 14-year-old student from Mainz as well as questioning of witnesses, declared Polizeipräsident Udo Münch.

Date Of Update: 15 June 2018, 12:02

Yorum yapabilmek için üye girişi yapmanız gerekmektedir.

Üye değilseniz hemen üye olun veya giriş yapın.