Munich rape trial: Official is withdrawn over alleged far-right links

On the eve of the composer rape trial, BR reports:

Der Strafrechtsexperte Frank Saliger sollte von der Musikhochschule mit der Beobachtung des Verfahrens gegen Hans-Jürgen von Bose betraut werden. Nachdem jedoch bekannt wurde, dass Saliger im Dezember 2019 im Zusammenhang mit einem Verfahren wegen möglicher illegaler Parteispenden für die AfD gearbeitet hatte, löste die Uni den Vertrag “mit sofortiger Wirkung einvernehmlich auf”, wie es in einer kurzfristig nachgeschobenen Mitteilung hieß: “Mit diesem Schritt setzen beide Parteien ein klares Signal gegen erhobene Vorwürfe eines vermeintlichen Zusammenhangs der Organisation der Prozessbeobachtung mit der AfD.”

Meaning:
The criminal law expert Frank Saliger was to be tasked by the Music Academy with monitoring the proceedings against Hans-Jürgen von Bose. However, once it became known that Saliger had worked for the AfD [far-right Alternativ für Deutschland] in December 2019 in connection with a case of possible illegal party donations, the Academy dissolved the contract ‘with immediate effect by mutual consent’.

 

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  • This academy is a cesspit.
    I once had to resort to legal action to have my exam results, which were issued incorrectly, rectified. The arrogance and stonewalling of the administration was remarkable.
    I feel very sorry for anybody that had to deal with far worse issues such as sexual molestation, as it is obvious to me there would have been zero help resolving any issues.

  • “far-right Alternativ für Deutschland”

    They’re only “far-right” because the others (including mainstream block-parties) are so “far left”.
    The AFD is one of the few German parties, not furthering the self-destruction of German heritage, culture and its autochthon people.

    • “The AFD is one of the few German parties, not furthering the self-destruction of German heritage, culture and its autochthon people.”

      Actually, it’s the party of morons (yes, certifiable stupid) that potentially wants to invade your (in their view) inferior country. Maybe you’re rooting for the wrong team?

        • “Nice ad hominem slander, Brettermeier.
          However, I have evidence of what can happen if
          you don’t agree with the left.”

          Two things here:

          1. Check your Latin. It doesn’t make you look smart if you use it wrong. Quite the opposite.
          2. Well, I zink we all have zeen what will happen if you don’t agree with the right, haven’t we.

          P.S.: Your ilk doesn’t seem to understand that a wrong on one side doesn’t make it right on the other. Why is that?

          Odi profanum vulgus […].

          • Ha ha. You may be right about your quote, “Actually, it’s the party of morons (yes, certifiable stupid ) that potentially wants to invade you (in their view) inferior country.” Rereading, I’m guessing you mean Afd thinks of immigrants that way. Sorry misread quote.
            “Well, I zink we all have zeen what will happen if you don’t agree with the right, haven’t we.” National Socialist German Workers Party. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. As much as you don’t want to see it, they are both the left, socializing the means of production.
            “…wrong on one side doesn’t make it right on the other.” If the head of the Afd was a leftist, do you think there would be such a lack of condemnation?
            Is the Afd more free market pro private property? No
            Voluntary private education at independent schools and universities? No
            Voluntary home schooling? no
            Privatization of migration, its costs, social security and public places? No
            The Afd is much more left than people are led to believe. The left controls the narrative so Afd is this “right wing” bogeyman. Whatever.
            Odi profanum vulgus. Now THAT is something an elitist leftist would say.
            Hahaha!

  • Beware of “Experts”, they are often wrong and I have seen many being tied in knots over various technicalities in the witness stand by both defence and prosecuting counsel.

  • Note that a lawyer is dismissed for having worked professionally for a legitimate political party that sits in Parliament and has a majority in some provinces. He is not accused of being an activist or of having done anything illegal himself. Equality, fairness, diversity, moving with the times. . .

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