Germany gave life to a mother who killed her children

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Mother who killed five children was sentenced in Germany

The woman killed five children and then tried to commit suicide after she saw a photo of her husband with another woman on social networks.

In Germany, a court sentenced a woman who killed five of her children to life in prison. About it informs DPA on Thursday 4 November.

The tragedy took place in September 2020 in the city of Solingen. A 28-year-old woman, a mother of six, drugged five and then strangled or drowned them. According to the investigation, the woman committed a crime after she saw a photo of her husband with another woman on social networks, and threatened him in a message that he would never see the children again.

The bodies of the children were found in their beds on September 3, 2020. Initially, the woman claimed that an unknown person entered the apartment, tied her up, forced her to write a message and killed the children.

The woman tried to commit suicide at a train station in Dusseldorf, where she arrived with her sixth child, an 11-year-old son. The woman was seriously injured and was hospitalized, the boy was not injured. His deceased brothers and sisters were between one and eight years old.

In turn, forensic experts confirmed that the woman had no signs of mental disorders. At the same time, the woman’s lawyer demanded to acquit her.

Recall that earlier in Odessa, the son killed his mother and dragged her body into the entrance of the house. Law enforcers detained the offender a few hours later at his relatives, where he tried to hide.

It was also reported that in the Rivne region 60-year-old son beat father to death… The man died two days after the quarrel. The attacker faces up to ten years in prison.

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