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Higher Regional Court Munich: The NSU trial is tough and expensive – right so – Politics

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017 | bitcoin updates


They are afraid again. Will it finally work this Wednesday? Can the survivors of the terror and their lawyers finally say in the NSU process, which guilt Beate Zschäpe and the four co-defendants have in their view? And what penalties would be necessary? And how the four-and-a-half-year main trial at the Higher Regional Court in Munich has had an effect on them, the relatives of the murdered and the surviving victims and lawyers representing them, and will continue to work for a long time? One does not know.More than two months after the conclusion of the plea of ​​the Federal Prosecutor's Office, the process is already beginning to peter out. Whether the co-plaintiffs now have their say or yet again a request of bias of defenders the course of the largest German terrorist proceedings since the reunification slows down, is open. An expensive process that is an imposition. Also for the public. The reactions that Tagesspiegel and other media receive signal that many people see the NSU trial as a farce. And as a particularly expensive.Each process day costs 150,000 euros. These are the costs for the judges and the other staff of the judiciary and police, for the 13 public defenders, the 60 attorneys of the co-plaintiffs, the more than 500 witnesses, for the experts. Thus, the taxpayer already has about 60 million euros for the already 386 Day-long trial. And when it ends is hard to predict. At some point in the coming year, lawyers and journalists suspect. Hardly anyone dares to make concrete forecasts. Too often they had to be corrected. Does this mammoth procedure still result in a disaster of the rule of law? Are the presiding judge Manfred Götzl and his 6th Criminal Senate overburdened? Is the process threatening to burst? The answers, which seem plausible, if one observes the 386 days of negotiations throughout may be surprising. The state of law in Munich is not about to capitulate. Murder out of pure hatred – The victims of the NSU1 of 9Foto: dpa04.07.2012 15: 04Enver Şimşek, is met on 9 September 2000 by eight shots. The owner of a flower wholesale in Schlüchtern, … PreviousNext

A failure is hard to imagine. The angular, sometimes impulsive Götzl and his Senate do not give the impression that they would falter. Götzl responds quietly to the bias applications, he does not allow that some defense lawyers can force a longer interruption of the proceedings, as allowed by the Code of Criminal Procedure – so that the NSU process in the final phase but still fails.Such a historical disaster for the rule of law and remains unimaginable thanks to Götzl's energetic negotiation. And so the NSU trial will most likely end with a clear verdict, which should also withstand the expected requests for revision. For Götzl is a guarantor. However, the increasingly negative perception in parts of the public appears problematic. The rule of law loses its reputation, even though it works in Munich. The fact that defense lawyers strain the Code of Criminal Procedure does not contradict the legal system. The NSU trial is an outstanding example of the tenacity of a court that never loses sight of its goal, despite all its complications: to present a legally correct answer to the question of guilty defendants one day. Especially in the interest of co-plaintiffs, as understandable their pain-driven impatience is. How many months it will take, and what financial costs will result, is ultimately secondary. In Munich since May 2013 against Beate Zschäpe and others negotiated. Our author Frank Jansen was present on almost every trial. His chronicle can be found here.

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