Grzegorz W. No expression when the court announces the verdict: life imprisonment for three counts of murder, special aggravation of guilt, preventive detention. Maximum sentence.
The small, heavy man accepts all this completely motionless – as uninvolved as he seemed throughout the entire trial. As if it were none of his business. The court finds that he is what the prosecution has called him: a serial killer who may have even more people on his conscience than the three he has now been convicted of murdering.
"Everyone knows from their own painful experience how painful it is to lose a loved one," says presiding judge elisabeth ehrl. In the murder cases, the mourners also found that their loved ones had "not fallen asleep peacefully" but had been killed. The deeds had led to "considerable cuts in the lives of the people involved", who were now asking themselves many questions: "how could something like this happen?? Had I been able to prevent something?"