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Australia Man found guilty of murder of German backpacker

08:30  31 october  2019
08:30  31 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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a man with his mouth open: Jamie Saxon© 9News Jamie Saxon A man has been found guilty of the murder of a German backpacker in a road-rage incident in Brisbane in 2017.

Jamie Saxon had pleaded not guilty to murdering 30-year-old Dominik Schulze on Milton Road on the night of October 6, but did not dispute fatally stabbing him.

The trial was told Schulze and a fellow backpacker were drunk and happy after a night out in Brisbane and were returning to their backpacker's hostel with food from McDonalds when Schulze was hit by a car driven by Saxon's girlfriend, Jessica Wilkes, as he crossed a road.

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The court was told Schulze was partially naked, waving his genitalia.

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Saxon, aged 33 at the time, was angry when he got out of the car as Schulze stood up, apparently uninjured.

The court was told after a confrontation Saxon took a knife from the Mazda and stabbed Schulze up to four times.

a person standing in front of a rock: German backpacker Jamie Schulze.© Supplied German backpacker Jamie Schulze.

He was rushed to hospital after 4am but by 12pm that day Schulze had died.

A jury found Saxon guilty of murder.

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