He is just 18 years old, yet Zoro T. has already erased a human life: on January 10, he killed the female cyclist Kristiane Hirsch (†55).He is just 18 years old, yet Zoro T. has already erased a human life: on January 10, he killed the female cyclist Kristiane Hirsch (†55).
This one had no chance, was catapulted over 40 metres away and was immediately dead. Zoro found that a convoy in front of him was too slow, he overtook and ran into Kristiane, who wanted to turn left.
All witnesses testify to the breathtaking speed at which the Mercedes was travelling: “Our car was shaking when he overtook us,” says a female passenger from the column. When the police arrived on the scene, they found Zoro T. crying and screaming in a green area, with loud music still roaring from the Mercedes.”I cannot say often enough how much I regret this,” says the accused quietly, looking intimidated. When the expert evaluates the bloody marks shown on the photos, he can’t stand the sight, turns away again and again.
But the young man also shows another side of his personality: the police had seized his mobile phone. It contained videos of him racing along Budapester Street at 100 kilometres an hour. They also found videos like this from Berlin or from the motorway, in addition to photos of him posing with weapons.At this point, daughter and joint plaintiff Saskia Hirsch (29 years old) can no longer stand it, she must leave the hall. “She just wanted to get her bike,” she later told the magazine TAG24. “She rode this route almost every day and had always been careful.”Because Zoro has no criminal record, has a job and wants nothing more anything to do with cars, he was given another two years probation on Wednesday. However, he has to spend at least two weeks in detention.