Because he is said to have stabbed an alleged rival, a man from Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania will be on trial from Thursday (10 a.m.).
Neubrandenburg – Because he is said to have stabbed an alleged rival and seriously injured him, a man has to come out of it Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania answer in court from Thursday (10 a.m.).
The public prosecutor’s office accuses the 45-year-old of attempted manslaughter, as a spokesman for the Neubrandenburg district court announced.
The incident occurred in April 2020 in the small town of Strasburg (Vorpommern-Greifswald).
According to the prosecutor, the accused and the then 52-year-old victim met in the apartment of the 45-year-old’s partner.
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After a dispute, the 45-year-old is said to have stabbed the man from Prenzlau (Brandenburg) unexpectedly four times in the stomach and back.
The victim was still able to flee, but suffered such severe internal injuries that he would have died without emergency surgery.
After that, the 45-year-old is said to have mistreated the woman.
The suspect fled in a car, but later turned himself in to the police in Pasewalk.
Further negotiation days are scheduled for December 7th and 10th.