Grünen-Politiker bricht vor Gericht wegen vorgetäuschter Straftaten in Tränen aus

16 mar 2023 3:53 p.m

The ex-local politician of the Greens in Erkelenz, Manoj Jansen, had faked right-wing extremist crimes against himself several times. He smeared swastikas on his front door and made up death threats against himself. He is said to have burst into tears during the appeal hearing against his conviction of 3,600 euros.

On Wednesday, the appeal hearing of the former Green politician Manoj Jansen, née Subramaniam, took place in the district court of Erkelenz. As the Picture-Newspaper online reported, the former councilor of the city of Erkelenz had previously been fined 3,600 euros for faking false crimes since July 2022. As recently as September 1 of last year, the local Green politician from Bündnis 90/Die Grünen posted a photo on Facebook with a swastika that someone allegedly scrawled on his front door.

In addition His windows had been smashed and someone had sprayed swastikas on his white Renault. Razor blades were sent to him by post and Jansen even spoke of death threats from the “NSU 2.0” against him.

Loud media reports there were many public statements of solidarity for Jansen as a result of the alleged “right-wing extremist motivated crimes” against the Green politician with a migration background. In addition to the mayor of Erkelenz Stephan Muckel, the deputy leader Pegah Edalatian from the Greens and the leader of the NRW parliamentary group Verena Schäffer also showed solidarity with Jansen. In addition, the state security of the Aachen police had taken security precautions for him.

However, it finally turned out that Jansen himself had painted the swastika and SS runes on his door. He finally said this to his group on September 3, 2022 admitted and resigned his seat on the city council. The politician had obviously staged himself as a Nazi victim and made everything up. The court sentenced him to a fine of 3,600 euros for simulating false crimes. However, the ex-city councilor lodged an objection because he felt the fine was too high.

The corresponding revision hearing took place on Wednesday. Immediately after the renewed reading of the indictment, the process in the district court of Erkelenz was interrupted for a consultation between Jansen’s lawyer Alexander Deigert from Düsseldorf and the responsible judge Michael Floeth. After this conversation, Jansen’s objection was withdrawn – and thus the revision process was over after a quarter of an hour.

During the brief hearing, Manoj Jansen did not want to be recognized and held documents in front of his face. Tears were said to be running down the face of the ex-Greens because his lawyer handed him a handkerchief.

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