DAILYKENN.com -- Two young "migrant" men dozed in court compelling the judge to threaten to interrupt their trial.
The men are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl. Fake feminists are mute.
A physician who is considered a forensic specialist encouraged the court to consider the defendants' culture that, he said, "is not western."
"About Afghanistan, the doctor says: "'There is a woman nothing and the man goes over everything,'" according to the source report.
The defense noted the judgement of the accused was impaired due to their intoxication at the time of the rape.
The crime occurred in Höhenkirchen, Germany in 2017.
From merkur.de ▼ Tobias Lill / Google translation
The fact made headlines nationwide: In the trial of the alleged rapists who allegedly brutally abused a 16-year-old in Höhenkirchen last year, it came on Thursday to a scandal.
Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn - It was a crime that made headline news in the fall of 2017: Two refugees in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn allegedly raped a 16-year-old near the station . The two alleged rapists Walid P. and Farid A. (name changed) , who have been responsible for several weeks before the Munich district court, face several years imprisonment . It is so much for the young men.
The defendants of Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn doze off - the judge is too colorful
But in the continuation of the trial on Thursday, the defendants doze in court several times. At some point, Judge Stephan Kirchinger becomes too colorful: "If you want to sleep, we have to interrupt the trial," he says angrily in the direction of Walid P.
After this ruffle, both finally follow attentively the testimony of the medical assessor. The expert initially claims that both the Afghan refugees and the victim were drunk. The 18-year-old Farid A. is said to have had at the time of the crime even up to 1.86 per thousand in the blood. While the referee considers Walid P. to be clearly fully guilty, he sees Farid A. "at the limit of diminished controllability".
Afghans rape 16-year-olds: "One must consider the culture"
The specialist in forensic medicine, however, not only leads to its intoxication. One must also "consider that it comes from a different culture," says the physician on Farid A. "Mr. A. was an increased amount of alcohol, which has led through the disinhibition that he has overreached existing insights. "The emphasis is" completely different, if you grow up in this culture and not in a western ".
About Afghanistan, the doctor says: "There is a woman nothing and the man goes over everything." Socialization has "an influence on the question, to steer." But it was also clear: A. knew the local legal situation, says the appraiser. However, the judge quickly makes it clear that for him only alcohol consumption plays a role in the assessment of a possibly reduced guilt capacity. He is not quite clear how the lack of socialization influences the ability to steer, he lets the doctor know. The process continues.
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