Daughter (17) sentenced: “Today we are going to kill my father.”


Miro P. († ️41) was obviously in the way of his family – and had to die! Three years after the violent death of the 41-year-old, her own daughter, Sophie M. (17), has now been convicted of complicity in the murder of her father. At the time of the crime, she was just 14 years old.



Miro P. († ️41) was brutally executed, his body dismembered and set in concretePhoto: NDR

On Friday, the verdict against Sophie M. (17) fell at the Itzehoe district court. She is said to have lured her own father to his death three years ago on a horse farm in Dammfleth in the Steinburg district. The court found her guilty and sentenced her to two years and six months’ youth imprisonment.

The judges assumed aiding and abetting murder by omission, said Frederike Milhoffer, press spokeswoman for the regional court, on Friday to give reasons for the verdict. There would have been no evidence of active complicity.

It has not yet been decided whether the sentence will be suspended.

To protect the 17-year-olds, the public was excluded from the trial and the verdict.

“Today we kill my father”

The prosecutor had accused the minor of having made the decision together with her mother and her partner in April 2017 to kill her own father. The dismembered and cemented body of Miro P. († ️41) was only discovered on the farm in March 2019 after a former friend told his daughter about a Whatsapp message in which the girl said he had written: “Today we bring my father ”.


Sophie's mother, Jessica M. (37), has already been sentenced to life imprisonment for murder

Sophie’s mother, Jessica M. (37), has already been sentenced to life imprisonment for murderPhoto: Joto


Life partner Yasar S. (47) was also sentenced to a life imprisonment for murder

Life partner Yasar S. (47) was also sentenced to a life imprisonment for murderPhoto: Joto

The court has already sentenced the two adults to life imprisonment for murder.

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