When Lies wanted to tell the court in July why she believes that one of her father’s murderers should not be released, the judge rebuffed her. “What she said took my breath away. My legs were shaking and I couldn’t get a word out of my mouth,” Lies testified about this in our newspaper last month.
“Remember Dad, July 13, 2001? We were at the seaside with the whole family. What should have become a family tradition turned out to be a farewell for you. Unfortunately, I don’t remember anything about that, but for you it was the last time together with all your loved ones,” Lies writes in her letter. “If only we had been at the seaside a week later, you would still be alive today, then I would have “I had gotten the hugs I needed, I had laughed more and cried less, and I was now a very happy daddy’s boy. At least that’s what it looked like in my first seven months of life.”
The young woman continues and describes how she was plagued by nightmares all those years. “It is indisputable that what they did to you is horrific and inhumane,” she says. She also describes a passage from the indictment, which states how her father was able to escape for a moment, but was overtaken again by one of the perpetrators. “I dream about this piece very often. In my dream you manage to escape. But unfortunately you always wake up from a dream and you realize that it is not real. But in a nightmare, on the other hand, that’s where you unfortunately get hit. sometimes never out.”