This crime is hardly surpassed in its repulsiveness.
Hamid A. (47 years old) is said to have chased Christiane B. (83 years old) from Delitzsch to the railway underpass near the station in the early evening of January 9th.There he is said to have pushed the hearing impaired senior citizen from behind to the ground and raped her.
Since Wednesday, the Afghan whose asylum application was rejected as early as 1999 has been standing trial in the regional court for rape.
The public prosecutor at the arraignment: “The woman suffered tremendous pain from the fall itself, as she fell with her face onto the asphalt and broke her prosthesis.”
In a preliminary opinion, the defendant was certified “low intelligence”. In addition, he was dangerous in case of drinking alcohol. A., who had initially confessed to the crime, claimed at Wednesday’s trial: “I just wanted to help her up.”
This is not the first time he has been on trial. In 2016 he was sentenced to two years in prison for child abuse and other crimes. He is now facing at least four years in prison. Verdict today.