Munich – It really is a judgment on behalf of the people!
In the process of a fatal speeding accident in Munich, Victor B. (34) was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder and fourfold attempted murder. That was decided by the Munich Regional Court.
The German from the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district – he is being defended by lawyer Daniele Gabler from the Heindl & Lang law firm – was on the run from a police control on November 15, 2019, shortly before midnight on the oncoming lane through the city (BILD reported).
He is said to have fled because he was under the influence of drugs, violated probation, and was afraid of going to jail.
According to the investigators, he ignored several red lights and recorded – according to the public prosecutor’s office, with more than 120 kilometers per hour – white 14 and 16-year-old youngsters who were crossing the street.
The 14-year-old died, the 16-year-old was seriously injured.
Susanne S. (17, name changed) thinks of the terrible pictures of November 15, 2019 every day, whenever she looks at her injured foot. The student survived the accident on Fürstenrieder Strasse. When speedster Victor B. wanted to escape a police check at night while being intoxicated with drugs – and ramming student Max D. (14) to his death as a ghost driver at 124 km / h.
► “We were only there because Max wanted to go to a party there,” says Susanne in court, who was out with friends that evening. The group was already on their way home when the accident happened.
“We crossed the street when it was green. I asked Max something else. ”But he couldn’t answer anymore. Speeder Victor B. caught the boy with his BMW (225 kW) in the middle of the street.
► “We checked to see if a car was coming.” They didn’t expect a wrong-way driver. Victor B. was also heated on Fürstenrieder Strasse without a light. “I only saw Max flying, his hat, his shoes, his bag.” After that there were only screams.
Susanne was easily caught herself and broke her ankle. She was lucky. “I stopped only because a friend was screaming.
The student is still suffering psychologically from the consequences. Victor B. addressed them briefly. “It hurts my heart to see her suffer.” Susanne asked him: “Why did you do all this?” Victor B. did not give her an answer. A verdict is due to fall in February.
Now the driver has to go to jail for a long time.