A 54-year-old no longer has to answer for an attack on two inspectors. The process continues, however, because there was also a scuffle with the federal police. The operation had caused a stir.
In the process after a controversial police operation in a Munich S-Bahn station, the court has partially discontinued the proceedings against the accused. He no longer has to answer for an attack on two ticket inspectors, as the Munich district court ruled on Friday. However, the process continues because the 54-year-old is said to have attacked several federal police officers in the February 2020 incident.
The man has to answer for assault, insult and assault on law enforcement officers, among other things. The operation made headlines this year when a video from the body cam of a police woman became public. It shows a police officer apparently kneeling on the accused’s head and neck.
According to the indictment, the passenger insulted the ticket inspector during a control in a S-Bahn. After they got off with him at the Isartor station and called the police, the man is said to have hit one of them and bit the other. In the process, however, the inspectors made contradicting statements about the process. Judge Alexander Fichtl announced that he did not consider either of them credible and stopped the proceedings on the point.
When the federal police arrived, according to the indictment, there was a scuffle. Among other things, the 54-year-old hit a policewoman in the face and bitten into the hand. At the start of the trial in August, the defendant denied the allegations.