A 41-year-old Swiss was sentenced to seven years for attempted homicide, among other things. The sick man is allowed to go to inpatient addiction therapy.
The Kollerhof building on the corner of Langstrasse and Hohlstrasse not only appears friendly, but also radiates “poetry”, the city of Zurich rejoiced after it was converted into a district building. There was no trace of poetry on Saturday evening, February 29, 2020. Because at that time a 41-year-old Swiss met a drug dealer in front of the property who had sold him glucose instead of cocaine a few days earlier.
The 41-year-old grabbed his opponent by the collar, pointed a revolver at him and asked for the 70 francs he’d given the dealer a few days earlier for alleged cocaine. This procedure, the indictment, had put the victim “in the greatest fear for his life, as he had to reckon with being killed at any time by shot in the head, possibly shot against the rest of the body and thus vital organs, and consequently his death”.