Drama about the doctor – “insult and threat”: Bayern determined


In the case of the death threats against doctor Lisa-Maria Kellermayr, who committed suicide last week, investigations by the Munich public prosecutor’s office against a suspect from Germany are in full swing. It concerns the suspicion of insult and threats, according to the authority. The public prosecutor’s office in Wels, Upper Austria, had halted the investigation into the German suspect due to a lack of territorial jurisdiction.

The spokeswoman for the Munich II public prosecutor’s office – the authority responsible for the area around the Bavarian capital – Andrea Grape announced on APA request on Wednesday that “investigations against a male person on suspicion of insult and threat” are underway. She declined to provide further details, citing ongoing proceedings.

As reported, a hacker from Germany found two people in Germany who allegedly wrote threatening emails. But because that would mean that the crime scene was not in Austria, the investigations into these suspects in Austria had to be stopped. Under the current legal situation, the national prosecution authorities have tied their hands in the case of a relatively “weak” crime, such as the dangerous threat in cross-border cases. Investigations against unknown perpetrators are also ongoing in Austria.

Police spokesman cracks down on critics
The head of the police press office in Upper Austria is now taking legal action against critics. On June 28, David Furtner had insinuated in the doctor’s afternoon paper “Ö1” that she had pushed the public, “wanted to promote her own progress through the media” and that she had presented the case “very, very dramatically”. A Twitter user has now received a letter of resignation from Furtner’s lawyer after criticizing the police spokesperson following the doctor’s death.

Source: Krone


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