Kthe public prosecutor's office recognizes a fundamental misconduct Hanau at the weapons authority of the Main-Kinzig district in connection with the racist attack in Hanau on February 19, 2020. Investigations against members of the authority on the allegation of negligent homicide were discontinued. According to the public prosecutor's office, the reason for the investigation was, among other things, criminal charges for negligent homicide.
They were provided by the father and sister of Hamza Kurtović, who was killed in the Arena Bar, and the father of Vili Viorel Păun, whose son had been shot in the Kurt-Schumacher-Platz parking lot. It was alleged that the perpetrator of stop, who shot nine people, seriously injured several and then turned the gun on himself and his mother, illegally had a gun license. As a marksman, it had been granted to him.
Gun legal reliability
The employees of the weapons authority of the Main-Kinzig district were obliged in the public interest to prevent people from owning a weapon if there were concrete indications that the prerequisites for legal reliability and suitability for weapons were not met, according to the complainants.
In the case of the assassin, there were concrete indications that the responsible employees had failed to revoke or not to renew the gun license issued to the perpetrator before the crime due to a lack of reliability and suitability under the law on weapons.
Investigations into social security fraud
This would have encouraged the attack. The relatives referred, among other things, to an investigation into social security fraud by the perpetrator Tobias R., an investigation into a violation of the Narcotics Act and a stay of several days in a psychiatric ward.
After the conclusion of the investigation, the public prosecutor found that the weapons authority of the Main-Kinzig district would have been obliged to hand over the administrative procedure relating to weapons law to the locally responsible weapons authority of the city of Munich and to inform the registration authority in Munich about the actual whereabouts of the perpetrator Tobias R. to clear up. R. temporarily lived in Munich, where he was also noticed by the police. As the public prosecutor found, the behavior of employees of the weapons authority of the Main-Kinzig district was not "quasi-cause" for the attack in Hanau. There was no sufficient suspicion to file a public complaint that would most likely lead to a conviction of the accused or other persons.