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Crime Metzelder is said to have made a confession

00:15  15 september  2020
00:15  15 september  2020 Source:   dw.com

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Former Germany defender Christoph Metzelder is said to have made a confession about the accusations of possession and distribution of child pornography. It is alleged that Metzelder was caught in possession of almost 300 incriminating files and shared 29 files via WhatsApp.

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Christoph Metzelder is said to have made a confession to allegations in connection with child pornography. This emerges indirectly from a decision by the Düsseldorf Administrative Court.

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The former national soccer player Christoph Metzelder is said to have made a confession during the investigations of the public prosecutor's office, which are carried out against him on suspicion of possession and disclosure of child pornographic content. The scope of the confession is unclear.

This emerges indirectly from a decision by the Düsseldorf Administrative Court (file number 20 L 1781/20), which was published on Monday. It says: "The investigation result reproduced in the indictment of August 27, 2020 was based, among other things, on the applicant's confession, the testimony of a witness and image files that were secured."

Metzelder is said to have made a confession

 Metzelder is said to have made a confession Christoph Metzelder is said to have made a confession to allegations in connection with child pornography. This emerges indirectly from a decision by the Düsseldorf Administrative Court. © picture-alliance / dpa / O.

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In addition, it is stated: "Because - as stated above - there is already a minimum set of evidence, namely the applicant's admission."

lawyers wanted to delete the press release

Metzelder's lawyers had previously tried to have a press release from the Düsseldorf District Court deleted from the authority's website, in which the full name and the allegations against the 39-year-old were identified. The lawyers saw this as a violation of Metzelder's personal rights.

The administrative court rejected the complaint that the press release did not have to be removed from the homepage. The district court should continue to report on whether the indictment will be admitted. The reason: The public interest has priority. The text contains neither unobjective wording nor an inadmissible prejudice. For Metzelder the presumption of innocence applies until a final decision in the criminal proceedings.

The decision is not yet final. A written complaint against him can be lodged with the Administrative Court in Düsseldorf within two weeks, on which the Higher Administrative Court for the State of North Rhine-Westphalia in Münster will decide.

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