The process in Munich: a Maserati race at a red intersection – someone dies

The process in Munich: a Maserati race at a red intersection – someone dies


Munich – The district court sentenced him to two years and six months for negligent homicide. Ivan P. (21, name changed) drove his boss’s Maserati at an intersection near Garching in September 2019 – even though the traffic light is said to be red for him.

The young man from the Karlsruhe area appealed. As a prosecutor and private prosecutor. No one seemed too pleased with the verdict. Now the youth chamber of the district court has to decide.

At 260 kilometers per hour on the autobahn

The fact that he was stopped, checked and warned several times by the police in the center of Munich on the day of the accident and the day before did not stop Ivan P. from accelerating the Maserati to 260 km/h on the A9 again and doing. the speed limit used there by ignoring the speed limits. His passenger took a picture of the speedometer reading 260.

Even after leaving the autobahn, Ivan P. was driving very fast. He was speeding through the intersection. He does not remember the red traffic light, the 21-year-old explained yesterday at the beginning of the appeal process. He is only talking about the rays of light that he saw.

The mother of the fallen passenger responded negatively

His Maserati had caught the BMW going through the intersection. The BMW driver, like the mother of his passenger, who was seriously injured in the accident, is sitting in the courtroom as a co-plaintiff.

The fire brigade secured the scene of the accident, and there were significant traffic delays.

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When the defendant’s lawyer, Stephan Tschaidze, announced an apology to his client, the mother reacted negatively and at first did not want to be appeased by the offer of a monetary payment. Forgiveness comes too late for him. “You have a choice to stop him,” he says instead, heading to the judges’ bench.

The process is ongoing.