In Hanover, the two directors of the association had to promote youth culture and sports are brought to justice. The prosecution accused the two men in front of negligent injury.
According to the indictment, the association had violated the operators Skaller one-hall the necessary safety standards. Such diverse objects were too close to the skating track, maintenance was not performed and there was no supervision. In October 2010, it came on a halfpipe in a collision with one of the two skaters wore no helmet. The 16-year-old fell with his head on an unprotected steel beam and was critically injured.
In the process, seven witnesses were heard and two referees who could not determine unequivocally whether the injuries were serious happens because of the steel beam. The prosecution demanded still eight months imprisonment on probation for negligent injury for the 24 and 34 year old men.
The presiding judge of the district court, however, rated the event as an accident. That the boy was wearing a helmet, was in his responsibility. There was – like traffic – no requirement to wear helmets. Therefore, the process ended with an acquittal.
The verdict is not yet final.
The Dusseldorf prosecutor wants criminal charges against two young men between the ages of 19 and 20 years.
They are accused of injuring a 33-year-old man in September to have difficulty. The victim was initially provoked by the perpetrators has been, and they want to calm down then. Nevertheless, attacked the alleged perpetrator. They should have knocked the man with a bottle and then have occurred to her victim lying on the ground. The victim was after the fact in the ICU and the doctors expect that he will retain permanent brain damage.
The two offenders were arrested about three weeks after the fact and sit in detention since then. They are no strangers to the police, but relevantly previously convicted offenders. It is not yet known what action the prosecutor will indict. Possible bodily harm, or even manslaughter. The men threatened in the event of a conviction – especially because of the relevant criminal record – a youth or imprisonment.