Nuremberg – Since Thursday, two young people have to answer for bodily harm resulting in death in court. They are said to have pushed two teens in quarrel in front of a train. As they lay on the tracks, both were hit by the train and killed.
The drama about the death of Nico and Frederic (both 16)
On January 26, 2019, a U18 party took place in the disco "WON" in Nuremberg. The event ended at midnight. Shortly thereafter, dozens of young people made their way to the S-Bahn station Frankenstadion.
There was a dispute between the groups of later victims and the alleged perpetrators. Trigger should have been a handle on a backpack. There was a scramble. According to the prosecution, the two defendants are said to have pushed their two opponents from behind into the trackbed. An acquaintance of the alleged perpetrators crashed on the tracks. While he was able to save himself in the last second, Nico and Frederic were hit by a train and killed.
The two defendants have been in custody because of the danger of flight and blackout since the tattag.
Philipp Schulz-Merkel, defender of the first defendant: "My client has tried to clarify the facts. It was hard for him. He apologized in advance and today to the families of the victims. He deeply regrets what happened, he did not want that. He did not notice the train before. "
Sven Oberhof, defendant of the second defendant: "My client pleaded guilty to the charges. He denies only the joint action, the other offender he had not in sight. "
For the process, which takes place in the exclusion of the public, four days of negotiations are scheduled. 17 witnesses are invited, including the boy who was able to save himself and young people who watched the drama. The maximum penalty for this is in juvenile justice at ten years.