Bremen – Surprise in the attempted murder trial against university house handyman Heinz-Dieter T. (64), who wanted to kill his boss for bullying and ambushed him with an ax, knife and noose:
The court does not get along with the planned nine days of the trial. Instead of passing a judgment now, it wants to hear more witnesses who describe the lonely workday of the university assassin and his horror act.
Thursday on the witness stand: Ex-colleague Martin N. (42). The technician: “Our contact was superficial. We said ‘hello’ and that was it. ”Not on the day of the attack. The witness: “I heard screams in the hallway. People shouted, ‘Close doors! Lock yourself in! ‘ A woman called, help, help. “
Then the bleeding boss Werner L. (51) pulled Martin N. into a room and closed the door behind them. Martin N. on the witness stand: “He was bleeding from his head and elbow, warned me: ‘Someone is walking around here with an ax.’ I heard a hammer on the door … “
The court is looking for dates to continue the process.