Mülheim: Men fight with wooden slats in front of a kebab shop


Mülheim: Men fight with wooden slats in front of a kebab shop

A dispute in front of the “Ruhrpott Döner” shop in Mülheim escalated on Saturday evening.

Photo: Justin Brosch

Mulheim. Mass beating in Mulheim on Saturday night!

At 8:26 p.m., the police turned into a kebab shop in Eppinghofer Straße in Mulheim called. Several people were involved in a fight there, as a police spokesman told DER WESTEN.

Mülheim: 20 people fight in front of a kebab shop

The incident happened in front of the “Ruhrpott Döner” shop in Mülheim. Initially, only a few individuals are said to have verbally hostile themselves. But the situation is said to have rocketed quickly – according to police information, around 20 people ended up fighting in front of the kebab shop.

A Facebook video shows how individual clubs hit each other with wooden slats. According to the police, three people suffered minor injuries. The exact reason for the dispute is not yet known. Allegedly, a disagreement over a kebab may have triggered the fight.


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The voices in your head are the worst of all

AAttention luhut wearers: Now is the hour of all those who wrap tin foil around the Dec to protect their own world of thought by metallic reflection from the mind-changing rays with which villains organized in conspiracy conglomerates allegedly bomb us every day, also in the “crime scene”. Seriously. Even fatally serious, the commissioners from Göttingen, who, at the same time, agitate each other with astonishing expenditure of energy, tackle this madness complex. Even the entrance scene in the form of a classic showdown leaves no doubt about it.

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Anaïs Schmitz (Florence Kasumba) aims from close range with a sharp weapon at the skull of a man who throws confusion (Matthias Lier), who puts a knife to Charlotte Lindholm’s throat. Voices are in his head, he is being followed, they have to do something, it is not his fault, it breaks out of what is obviously mentally disturbed. The final rescue shot puts an end to his life – and a classic “crime scene” investigation chain starts, with a lot of running work, surveys here and there, the return to the photo wall in the commissariat, resistance from above in the police department and animosity between the colleagues, unfortunately have become the Basso Continuo of the Göttingen “crime scene” since it was investigated there by the team. One wanted the two heroines – the episode “War in the Head” attaches importance to this term – would simply do their job. Their competitive edge is really not that interesting. But if the script (Christian Jeltsch) adds an impending love triangle on top, the worst for the future can be guessed.

A mentally ill person who became a murderer?

First of all, after a kiss without consequences, the crime case is again in the foreground. The man with the knife was the Bundeswehr veteran Benno Vegener, who had been ambushed by his unit during a combat mission in Mali, had lost several comrades, and was then treated for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD for short). When the commissioners enter his house, they come across a body. Was Vegener a mentally ill person who became a murderer? Anaïs Schmitz thinks yes, Charlotte Lindholm no. Either way, the latter is right in saying that the case is much larger and more complicated than it initially appears.

Anyone who is or comes in connection with the said operation seems to lose his mind beyond what is justified by the diagnosis of PTSD. Voice listeners wherever you look: Former comrades Vegeners are just as much a part of this as the commissioners.

Do women suffer from the same syndrome as soldiers, do they break with the heroine and heroine mantra propagated by Charlotte Lindholm, which says: “Mastery, do your duty, make no mistakes”? Much of the tension is created by Jobst Christian Oetzmann’s film with psycho-terror sequences, in which we see what cannot be from the perspective of the characters, or look at them as they torture and cry inside. The small horror television game initially leaves open where the enemy is sitting, whether under his own skullcap or in a black panel van. But the trail leads to researchers and military personnel who dream of controlling consciousness.

Who obeys whom, how it works and whether Vegener has murdered, will only be revealed after Charlotte Lindholm, as a guinea pig at an armaments company, learned more about prototypes of microwave weapons, voice-to-skull technology and work on helmets that should not only protect soldiers, but should direct them. After that, the last viewer should look anxiously at transmission masts, trust 5G to do everything and google “Operation Artichoke”.

Man and machine, the military and the power of thought, cyborg warriors and technically absolute orders – this crime scene tackles large subjects occupied by conspiracy theorists, dramaturgically sovereign, statuary in the embodiment of the protagonists. As soon as the environment becomes soldier-like, Anaïs Schmitz, drawn by Florence Kasumba as always ready to fight, seems to have found her natural habitat, nevertheless one would like to call her “Stir!” At the latest in romantic scenes. More nuances between steel hardness and smashing would do this figure good. Maria Furtwängler, as Charlotte Lindholm, is allowed to show finer cracks in the surface, you are already happy to see tears in your eyes. Matthias Lier in his supporting role, on the other hand, is in full swing, which fits perfectly with the fact that we see a rather crazy story here, at the end of which the producing NDR is recommended as a contact point for whistleblowers. Once word gets around in aluminum hat carrier circles, the telephones glow at the transmitter.

The Crime scene: war in the head runs on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. in the first.


The American student was “crazy” when he killed a couple

A prosecutor psychiatrist claims that a Florida university student was legally mad when he fatally attacked a couple outside the house, chewing part of the man’s face, court documents filed during the show this week.

The discovery of Dr. Gregory C. Landrum reinforces the case of Austin Harrouff’s attorneys, who are planning to argue that the 23-year-old should be found not guilty because of the madness in his murder trial, which was scheduled for May but was indefinitely postponed Thursday.

He is sentenced to life imprisonment if convicted of killing John Stevens and Michelle Mishcon Stevens in August 2016.

Dr. Landrum outlined the decline in Harrouff’s mental state before the killings, including his belief that God and the demons speak to him, increasing paranoia and other hallucinations. He noticed that Harrouff was being treated for schizophrenia while in prison.

Consequently, dr. Landrum concluded, “Harrouff was unable to distinguish good from bad” when he killed the Stevenses – the legal standard in Florida for being found guilty of madness.

If Harrouff is found guilty of madness, that doesn’t mean he would be free. He would have been admitted to a state psychiatric hospital and his lawyers previously admitted that he is unlikely to ever be released.

Harrouff “has a mental illness and is manifestly dangerous to himself and others because of the illness,” wrote Dr. Landrum.

Defense attorney Nellie L. King welcomed the findings of dr. Landrum, while understanding that “it could offer little comfort to the families of the victims”.

“However, mental illness is very real and can lead to involuntary but tragic results,” King said in a statement.

Even the defense examiner found him legally insane.

At Thursday’s preliminary hearing, prosecutors asked circuit judge Sherwood Bauer for permission to have Harrouff examined by another psychiatrist.

Judge Bauer said he would consider it, but warned prosecutors that if this doctor agreed with the first two, their case would appear to be doomed.

Evan Fetterman, a lawyer representing Michelle Stevens’ family in a lawsuit against Harrouff, said in a statement that “Dr. Landrum’s findings are incompatible with the facts” because Harrouff misused drugs in the months preceding the attack and it was drunk during it.

Such use has caused any insanity that Harrouff may have experienced and should not be considered legally, he said.

When the deputies of the Martin County sheriff arrived at Stevenses’s house north of Palm Beach on the night of August 15, 2016, they found a horrible scene, court documents, recordings and photographic shows.

Michelle Stevens, 53, lay razed and died in the garage and Harrouff, then a muscle science expert at Florida State University, was attacking and biting her 59-year-old husband on the driveway.

Harrouff is also said to have injured a neighbor who tried to save the couple.

One deputy ordered Harrouff to shoot with a gun while another used an electric gun to stun, but didn’t want to let him go. MEPs say they didn’t shoot Harrouff because they feared hitting John Stevens.

Eventually a deputy arrived with a dog and his bites allowed the deputies to subdue Harrouff, who had no previous arrests.

He said to the deputies: “Help me, I ate something bad” and then admitted that they were “human” while spitting a piece of meat, as the court documents show. He implored MEPs to kill him after they pulled him out of Stevens, according to records.

“Shoot me now; I deserve to die, “said Harrouff.

Harrouff has a history of alcohol and drug abuse, including cocaine, methamphetamine and other stimulants and hallucinogens such as magic mushrooms, court documents show. Blood tests revealed alcohol and marijuana in his system in the hours following the killings.

Dr Landrum wrote that Harrouff in an October interview told him that in the weeks leading up to the murders he had started to feel “go go go go” and experienced grandeur during the day and paranoia at night.

Demons and God were talking to him. He said he seemed to have the “special skills” of Jesus while working as a dental assistant and that he blessed the dental tools by pouring water over them.

Harrouff told Dr. Landrum that the day before the killings he felt that “dog spirits” had become part of him and had new strength and agility.

On the evening of the murders, his mother found him at his home drinking cooking oil mixed with Parmesan – Michelle Stevens’ family claims that the concoction was enriched with hallucinogenic mushrooms.

About 45 minutes before the attack, Harrouff argued with his father and ran out of a restaurant 3.2 kilometers from Stevenses’ house.

Harrouff later told al Dr. Phil TV show that was running away from a demon he called “Daniel”.

He told Dr. Landrum that he remembers having a machete in his hand and stabbing a woman – “it was like she was covered in darkness.” He remembered seeing a man who was “shining white” and started to stab and bite him. Remember that you drank a liquid, called God to save it, and felt like a dog before you passed out.

Harrouff was hospitalized for nearly two months recovering from injuries caused by drinking caustic fluid found in the couple’s garage.

– AP


Volkmarsen: “The horror has spread on the street”

eA dark tarpaulin obscures the view of the place where parents and children had just recently celebrated Mardi Gras. The Rose Monday procession in Volkmarsen ended abruptly. Where people cheered the move and caught camels, a car suddenly drives into the crowd. 30 people are injured, seven of them seriously – including children. Remnants of fabric, possibly of costumes, are lying on the floor on Monday afternoon. Everywhere in the streets of the small town in northern Hesse are police and fire-fighting vehicles.

The driver, a 29-year-old German, according to the investigators, is quickly caught, but the background is initially unclear. The General Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt is investigating an attempted homicide. Nothing could be said about the motive, said the spokesman for the authority, Alexander Badle. “We investigate in all directions.”

The dark privacy screen at the crime scene in Volkmarsen is only occasionally opened to allow emergency vehicles in. Even hours after the fact, whole columns of ambulances still roll into town, diesel generators make deafening noise.

Car drives in carnival parade

Rescue workers take care of injuries

Credit: dpa / Elmar Schulten

District Administrator Reinhard Kubat himself was a spectator in Volkmarsen. When he heard the first Martinshorns, he ran in the direction. Crying people had already met him on the way. At the scene of the crime, he had a terrible picture. “There were children everywhere on the street.” A witness had told him how the motorist simply drove over the people. Every year there are 4,000 to 5,000 visitors to the move, it is one of the largest in the region, says Kubat.

The carnival procession already indicates this, and whoever drives into the north Hessian half-timbered town and sees the large crucifix in the fields and the St. Marienkirche in the old center, who suspects: Volkmarsen is one of the cities in the Protestant Kurhessen that remained Catholic. The town in the north Hessian district of Waldeck-Frankenberg has around 6800 inhabitants and is around 30 kilometers from Kassel.

Drivers claim to have recognized eyewitnesses

Kurhessen was long part of the Duchy of Westphalia, which reinforced its character as a denominational enclave. Only in these Catholic cities there – such as in Fritzlar or in Naumburg – is carnival celebrated like this. The motive of the attacker is not yet known, but those who come from this small town themselves and race into their most cheerful festival, regardless of even children and toddlers, must either be heavily drugged or must be driven by strong hatred or self-loathing – that obviously wanted to hit his city in the heart.

Shortly after the fact, an eyewitness who had been standing a few meters away told WELT on the phone that he knew the young man behind the wheel of the Mercedes station wagon, that he was from Volkmarsen and in his mid / late twenties. “It was not an accident, it was intentional,” said the eyewitness, the driver “was always a little strange”. And he continued to drive into the crowd, even after he had already injured people. In the evening, the General Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt confirmed that the driver, who was racing in the crowd, was from Volkmarsen.

Confetti is everywhere on the street – but after celebrations no one feels like it. There are still a few groups together, a mother with a pram says: “I didn’t see anything, thank God.” And whoever saw something usually doesn’t want to talk about it.

“Our employees have seen people flying through the air”

Gunther Böttrich, owner of the Burg pharmacy on Steinweg in Volkmarsen, which is in the immediate vicinity of the incident, reached WELT by phone. “Our employees saw people flying through the air. The horror spread across the street, and there were people on Steinweg – the city’s central commercial street, ”he said.

Three or four of these people were “seriously injured”. “Our pharmacy was closed at the time, we opened it to give people the opportunity to take care of them first. Emergency doctors treated us, pastors were here by the fire brigade and others, the driver was sometimes questioned in our pharmacy. ”


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He and his staff poured water to stabilize the cycle of injured people. “We have had a total of 20, 30 injuries in our pharmacy, including minor injuries,” said Böttrich to WELT.

“We are all affected, everyone deeply shocked”

Volkmarsen’s Mayor Hartmut Linnekugel (independent) said: “We are all affected, everyone is deeply shocked.” An emergency center with pastoral care and police forces has been set up in the town hall, which remains open until Tuesday. Hesse’s Prime Minister Volker Bouffier (CDU) was concerned and expressed his sympathy to the victims. “I am shocked by this bad deed, which has caused many innocent people to be seriously injured. I am with the thoughts of the victims and their relatives and friends and wish everyone a quick and complete recovery. “

Pictures taken shortly after the alleged attack in Volkmarsen

Pictures taken shortly after the alleged attack in Volkmarsen


The newspaper “Hessische / Niedersächsische Allgemeine” reported that witnesses had described that the driver had bypassed the barrier and then headed for the crowd at full throttle. The witnesses had the impression that the driver was primarily targeting children. There was no information from the police.

According to the “Bild” newspaper, a witness reported that angry people ran towards the driver with their fists raised at the scene, and that the police had to protect him. According to the chairman of the Volkmars Carnival Society, Christian Diste, 700 people in 27 groups took part in the move.

After the incident, all carnival parades in Hesse had been canceled as a precaution. The police headquarters in Frankfurt described the cancellation of ongoing moves as a precautionary measure. How many moves are affected is currently unclear. A spokesman said whether the events scheduled for Tuesday can take place in the street carnival has not yet been decided.

Police set up information portal

The local police called for all speculation, especially on social media, to be avoided. At the same time she judged an information portal, on which eyewitnesses can submit photos or pictures of the incident.

According to the local fire brigade, there was an incident at a carnival event in a hall in Volkmarsen the day before: due to a fire alarm, the venue was cleared on Sunday and the affected area was checked, the fire brigade wrote on Facebook.

People react at the scene after a car plowed into a carnival parade injuring several people in Volkmarsen, Germany February 24, 2020. ATTENTION: NUMBER PLATE WAS PIXELATED FROM SOURCE. Elmar Schulten / Waldeckische Landeszeitung via REUTERS. NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES

The driver of the car was arrested

Source: via REUTERS

The reason for the alarm was not ascertainable. The event then continued after a short break. It is unclear whether there is a connection between the incidents.


Criticism of the “crime scene”: “There are also scenes in which nobody is naked”

Movie Criticism of the “crime scene”

“There are also scenes in which nobody is naked”

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“Crime scene”: Philipp Kiehl (Andreas Döhler) is still alive and is in his hotel room with Romy (Darja Mahotkin)

Source: SWR / Benoît Linder

The ARD Sunday thriller from the Black Forest causes irritation. “I don’t want to watch porn, I want a solid murder case,” a spectator says. Even the ARD social media team reacted incredulously.

Dhe Black Forest “crime scene” in the first experienced a sag on Sunday. Just 6.10 million (17.6 percent) watched the episode “I cried in a dream” from 8:15 p.m. Eva Löbau and Hans-Jochen Wagner as TV policemen Franziska Tobler and Friedemann Berg had to investigate this time on Alemannic carnival. A new “crime scene” usually reaches eight to ten million.

The relatively weak value caused the ZDF comedy “Katie Fforde: A House by the Sea” with 5.49 million viewers (15.8 percent) to get unusually close to the ARD Sunday thriller.

The thriller was shot in Elzach, among others. Many viewers criticized the film on social media for the opaque plot, the poor sound quality and the escalating sex scenes.

Even the “Tatort” social media team tweeted in between: “There are also scenes in which nobody is naked. Ver … uh … so we assume that. “

A viewer commented: “Sorry, I’ve been watching crime scenes for 30 years. But that’s the biggest crap I’ve ever seen. I don’t want to watch porn, I want a solid murder case, as always! ”Another Twitter user outraged: “What kind of sick, sexist, violent poop is that?” As a “Carnival show with pornography” indicated an unsatisfied viewer the crime thriller.

Other viewers apparently had difficulty following the action …

… which was possibly also related to the sound quality.

WELT editor Elmar Krakeler commented benevolently: “The commissioners drink, dance, fall upon each other. And just can’t believe it. You want to hug her. If you want to watch a crime film, you should stream something else. “


I cried in my dream

Vwrong time, wrong world, wrong deed. In his report on the second Roman stay, Goethe describes “The Roman Carnival”. In fact, according to the determined opponent of the revolution, carnival is indescribable. You have to be there, right in the middle, gripped by the frenzy of the freedom of fools. As in the Roman Saturnalia, no government grants temporary power, “the people take it”, an arbitrary act, and with the change of rule it also takes “impudence and freedom”. The change of roles of men and women not only in the costumes, but in the habitus, the mockery of religion and church, the termination of the chastity law and the sexual intoxication are not only allowed but practically required. Nothing of harmless “Bützchen” here and there. Above all, brute force protect symbolism. Every citizen is required to carry a burning candle with them. A light of life that others try to blow out. Less funny calamities are acceptable. So the rite.

In the Swabian-Alemannic Fasnet with their fearsome, pagan-like masks, the foolish figures marauding through the streets wear a stick with an animal bladder in the town of Elzach, with which young women in particular are hunted and “fopped” in intimate places. Mardi Gras tradition – or pretext for sexual harassment?

Brutal seriousness

In any case, Romy (Darja Mahotkin) screams as masks press and finger her against a house wall, and strikes the disguised with her bag. Her little son Jonas (Lukas Konstantin Rose) found the hustle and bustle before; Friend David (Andrej Viorel Tacu), who has just forced Romy on schnapps, seems happy to get out of the bustle. For fun, the scene editing (Saskia Metten) is brutally serious from now on. Romy fights in the hotel hallway against a man who hits her bloody. He loved her and wants her child. It’s raining money and excuses. Years ago, Romy was the dark side of carnival for her customers, beating and rape fantasies were her specialty. Masks and violent games are everyday life for the former prostitute and her boyfriend David. Both work in a beauty clinic. The chief doctor Herzog (Franziska Hartmann) does not like Romy’s lack of customer attention. It demands a false face, even if the patient asks for special treatment of his private zones when washing.


Elena Kiehl (Bibiana Beglau) has her face renewed here, her husband Philipp (Andreas Döhler) demonstrates doctor and sister that his wife’s lifting could also extend to the breasts. While the Black Forest Saturnalia is continuing like this, the commissioners Tobler (Eva Löbau) and Berg (Hans-Jochen Wagner) crash with each other with a lot of schnapps, what Jan Bonny (director and writer), Jan Eichberg (book) and Stefan Sommer Show (camera) close to the body. Sex looks like wrestling in this film, or the ultimate unmasking, sometimes like a martial arts variant. Gaining upper hand changes with submission, lust with humiliation, fun with seriousness, without sharply separated transitions. A game with exposure and alienation that leaves nothing to be desired in terms of clarity. Battle of the sexes. She (Tobler) records the act with alcoholic disinhibition, he (Berg) is unsettled and wants to discuss everything. The presidium supervisor (Silke Bodenbender) is one of the harmlessly funny and is free of shame.

For crime scene lovers, the “crime scene: I cried in a dream” is a disappointment. The carnival game drives Jan Bonny into the grotesque of the sexes, no screenplay fits between the frenzy of lust and violence, the animal-threatening reversal rule is consistently related to Eros. Although there is also a dead man and an investigation, “I cried in death” is more of a daring, grandiose figure ensemble game – with a “playlist” that spares no musical counterpoint from the sublime to the ridiculous and from classic carnival songs to the lyrical interlude , from Britney Spears to Schumann’s setting of Heinesch’s poem “I cried in my dream” (from the “Book of Songs”) (music and singing Jens Thomas). A “crime scene” as a cinematic state of emergency. Ash Wednesday is coming fast enough.

The Crime scene: I cried in a dream will run on ARD on Sunday at 8:15 p.m.