Flowers on the grave of Malte C., who died in an attack on the CSD in Munich.
After the deadly attack on a transman at the CSD in Münster, the public prosecutor’s office brought charges. The suspect is facing charges of causing bodily harm resulting in death.
WBecause of the fatal attack on a trans man at the Christopher Street Day (CSD) in Münster At the end of August, the public prosecutor’s office brought charges of bodily harm resulting in death against the suspect. According to investigators, the 20-year-old man initially spoke to three people in a sexually offensive manner. When the 25-year-old trans man tried to come to their aid, the accused brutally hit him twice in the face. The victim fell to the ground, suffered a traumatic brain injury and required emergency surgery, but was unable to recover from his severe injuries and died in early September.
Contrary to what was initially assumed, according to the preliminary assessment of an expert, the perpetrator did not act out of homophobic or anti-queer motivation. Rather, the act is an “expression of dissocial action”.