Three climate activists are convicted for blocking a freeway near Munich. A criminal trial full of political messages can be observed, they come from the accused, but also from the judiciary.
At the end, when the attentive constable of the accused puts a packet of handkerchiefs on the table for the tears, there is no more whispering. Not even at the tables of the public prosecutor’s office. Everyone listens as Mirjam Herrmann reads out postcards she received in prison: “Thank you for your commitment,” one reads. “It’s important for the future of my grandchildren.”