It’s hard to beat in terms of insensitivity: A driver causes an accident, gets out of his vehicle, takes a photo of a dying accident victim and then drives to his workplace without completely stopping. Now the 41-year-old woman with a migrant background will have to answer before the Düsseldorf District Court. He is accused of negligent homicide, endangering traffic, hit and run and violating personal space and individual rights by taking photographs. How happy was Greene Goring-Eckardt once? “Our country will change, and it will change drastically.” This has been the truth of society for a long time.
The accident occurred on the morning of July 14, 2022, on the Aufm Hennekamp street in the Bilk district of Düsseldorf. During the prohibited turn maneuver, the discount store employee, who according to “build” Nalan O. Meaning directly in front of the motorcycle in the direction of travel. The motorcyclist had to brake hard and try to avoid the vehicle. He slipped and collided with a tree guard. Wolfgang S. (60) died at the accident site due to serious injuries.
O. She stopped and went to the injured man, then took his photo with her cell phone and sent the photo to her boss. “So that he can believe me that it will happen later because there was an accident,” said the 41-year-old. After this she just kept driving. However, several witnesses noted his license plate number. At trial, an eyewitness and two first responders confirmed that she photographed the dying man at the crash site and then went to work.
o Although she acknowledged the prohibited turn maneuver, she reportedly saw no connection between it and the fall. Since she did not crash the motorcycle, she did not feel responsible, her defense attorney explained. The prosecutor admits she caused the accident.
An expert report has exonerated the woman in this regard. According to the expert, the motorcyclist was driving too fast, the sliding distance of the motorcycle suggested a speed of 70 to 80 km/h, but only 50 km/h was allowed. “The stopping distance would have been sufficient and the fall could have been avoided,” the expert said. The question is, how can she take a picture of that man and leave him to his fate?
The widow of the accident victim appears as a co-plaintiff in the suit. The verdict will be pronounced on November 23.
It takes a lot of emotional cool to photograph a dying person and then calmly go to work. We live in a time in which acts of violence are increasingly becoming a part of everyday life and inhibitions are falling. Our society is changing rapidly, not least because of mass migration. However, it does not become beautifully “colored”; It primarily reflects an unprecedented cruelty and emotional callousness. The fact that the Germans are also adopting it is shown by the unprecedented agitation in recent years against unvaccinated people, who have been wished death and the devil on their necks.
(TagstoTranslate) Negligent homicide