The prosecutor accuses the accused of ten acts. He is also said to have called for the storming of the public prosecutor’s office in Berlin.
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The allegations that the public prosecutor read out this Monday at the Berlin Regional Court sound a bit bizarre. He accuses Savvas V. of disturbing the public peace, attempted coercion, threats, dangerous bodily harm and abuse of emergency calls. Savvas V. is 25 years old, he is not a defendant, but an accused. The public prosecutor assumes that he is mentally ill. She wants to be placed in a psychiatric hospital.
Savvas V. is accused of a total of ten criminal offenses that he is said to have committed between September 2012 and July 2021 while incapacitated. According to the application, he sent an email to 287 recipients on September 7, 2021 at around 12:50 a.m. – including authorities, politicians, associations and private individuals. Among other things, he is said to have called for the storming of the Attorney General in Berlin and demanded that the Attorney General be tortured in the live stream.
On September 24, 2021, he reportedly called the police and demanded that an officer at the station be fired immediately. Otherwise he would kill the cop. Savvas V. had previously seen the official in a TV report showing how the police enforced the alcohol ban in parks during the corona pandemic.
A judge’s hair pulled out
At a hearing in a psychiatric hospital, Savvas V. is said to have attacked a judge, hit her on the head and pulled out her hair. As a result, the lawyer briefly lost consciousness. In addition, the accused is said to have attacked nursing staff and threatened employees of the Reinickendorf district office.
Savvas V. feels attacked by state institutions and is afraid of police violence, says Pamela Pabst, the accused’s lawyer. In addition, her client considered it wrong when he was committed to a psychiatric hospital. The judge’s visit made him “totally panic”. She had explained to him that he would have to stay longer in the hospital.
According to her statements, which the accused then also confirmed, Savvas V. would like to work as a bodyguard and die for the people he would protect. However, he should have received an education voucher for this, which the job center withheld from him.
“I’m not a bad guy,” asserts Savvas V. on the first day of the trial. He only sent the email to so many people to get public attention. He claims to have beaten the judge “out of sheer fear”. “I’m terribly sorry,” says the 25-year-old. And when asked why he threatened to kill the police officer, Savvas V. replies: In the television report, the officer attacked a man from behind. “There is no one to control the police,” he says. He would like to do that.
The process will continue at the end of May.
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