The accused, who remained silent throughout the trial, did not explain his motive.
Judges of the Castle (Central) Court found him guilty of attempted murder in 89 cases and serious bodily injury in 88 cases. They were further deprived of the opportunity to seek early release after 15 years in prison.
On February 24, 2020, at Volkmarson (West), Maurice P. Snyder entertained the audience with their first “Parade of Roses” carnival. At 42 meters, his vehicle was launched at a speed of 50 to 60 kmph, cutting through a crowd of several children, causing panic after the panic.
According to the psychiatrist requested by Justice, the teacher may suffer from a serious personality disorder that combines narcissism, schizophrenia and paranoia even if he is not employed in a psychiatric institution.
At the beginning of the investigation in May, the prosecution estimated that the suspect intended to kill “a large number of people.”
Thanks to the intervention of passers-by who opened the doors of the vehicle and evacuated Maurice P. before police intervened, he was madly arrested.
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