Former Nazi guard says images of 'misery and horror' haunt him
A former guard at a Nazi concentration camp said the "images of misery" have haunted him his whole life. Bruno Dey, 93, is on trial in Hamburg charged with thousands of counts of being an accessory to murder because he served as a guard in Stutthof.In court, he said "the images of misery and horror have haunted me my entire life".He apologised to victims of the camp and said he had been posted there unwillingly because he was unsuitable for combat duty, as he suffered a heart ailment.It is the first time Dey has spoken at his trial, which began last week.
Witnesses heard a "blood curdling" scream before the Brisbane stabbing death of a German backpacker , prosecutors say. The trail of Jamie Saxon over the 2017 murder of Dominik Schulze is expected to continue in Queensland 's Supreme Court on Thursday. Saxon has pleaded not guilty.
A Queensland man is on trial for the alleged stabbing murder of a German backpacker who stood in front of a car wearing no pants early one morning. Jamie Saxon has pleaded not guilty in the Brisbane Supreme Court to the murder of Dominik Schulze on October 6, 2017.
Witnesses heard a "blood curdling" scream before the Brisbane stabbing death of a German backpacker, prosecutors say.
The trial of Jamie Saxon over the 2017 murder of Dominik Schulze is expected to continue in Queensland's Supreme Court on Monday.
Saxon has pleaded not guilty.
The court has been told an argument broke out after Mr Schulze was hit by a car driven by Saxon's girlfriend in inner Brisbane in the early hours of October 6.
Mr Schulze had been standing in the middle of the road with his pants down following a night of drinking, crown prosecutor David Meredith told the court.
He said witnesses say they heard a "blood curdling" scream at the scene where Saxon allegedly stabbed Mr Schulze up to four times.
Defence barrister Kim Bryson told the jury in her opening statement there was no dispute Saxon killed Mr Schulze.
She said Saxon's motive would be contested during the trial.
Accused Northbridge killer's 'worst fears were realised' when love triangle exploded in violence .
A Perth man who fatally stabbed his one-time love rival claims he acted in self-defence because the victim had a "longstanding and visceral" hatred of him that had provoked repeated attacks. Daniel Carrington is on trial in the Supreme Court accused of murdering 38-year-old Ben Egan at a Northbridge apartment complex in April 2017.Prosecutors allege Mr Carrington "ambushed" Mr Egan as he entered the Newcastle Street complex, stabbing him seven times and leaving him with four chest wounds before running away.