Murder in the office - killed police officer: Hundreds are at the funeral service

This crime shook the whole country: A week ago, after a discussion, a police officer shot the 59-year-old inspection commander in Upper Styria. On Tuesday, the murdered man will be laid to rest in his hometown of Lassing – a day of great mourning for the police.

The interior minister, the state governor, state police commander Gerald Ortner, around 100 police officers and an estimated number of other mourners who pay their last respects to Harald K.: There is great sympathy on Tuesday afternoon in Lassing was shot dead in cold water last week. In the morning he asked a colleague to come to the manager’s office for a discussion. In calm words, the commander informed the 46-year-old that he had to report a misconduct – an accident at work had not been recorded as required. There is an allegation of abuse of office in the room, which could have resulted in a suspension. The police officer leaves the room, gets his Glock 17 and returns. The suspected perpetrator asks the commander whether the matter could be arranged differently – i.e. covered up. “No, that’s not possible, you have to understand that!” explains K. The 46-year-old then shoots his superior four times! After the bloody deed, the gunman confronts a colleague with the words “I shot the boss!” and has the gun taken away from him. During interrogation, he confesses to the shots, but does not give any details about what triggered the crime in further investigative talks. The Styrian is in custody in the Leoben prison.

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