shock find in Mulheim!
In the district of Heissen, schoolchildren discovered bones at the edge of the forest on their way to school. The police Mulheim to the “WAZ” confirmed that these are human remains.
Mülheim: human bones discovered in the forest – the police reveal the first investigations
Pupils from the Waldorf School in Heissen found human bones in the adjacent forest. On September 9, they noticed the remains, which police later confirmed were of human origin.
The difference between murder and manslaughter:
- According to German criminal law, manslaughter is the intentional killing of a person who does NOT meet the criteria for murder
- Murder characteristics: lust for murder, gratification of sex drive, greed, malice, cruelty, use of a substance dangerous to society, intention to facilitate (to be able to commit crimes), intention to cover up (to cover up crimes)
- Imprisonment for manslaughter: 5-15 years
- Imprisonment for murder: life imprisonment if the degree of guilt is determined to be particularly serious, less in the case of reduced criminal responsibility or leniency
As a police spokesman told “WAZ”, the investigators later found a skull and pieces of clothing. However, a forensic examination revealed that the person had died through no fault of their own.
Mülheim: corpse in hot – police have bad suspicions
According to the police, the dead person could be a person who has been missing since 2016. However, the authority could not yet provide any further information on their identity. However, if the suspicion turns out to be true, then the relatives would be informed first.
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You can get more information about the body find from the “WAZ”. (mbo)