Little Kathy is the only witness. The dog lady ran home, wanted help. But no one could help my mistress.
The murder of Elisabeth T. (64) shocked the small town of Northeim (29,000 inhabitants) in southern Lower Saxony. The widow was ambushed and killed while walking her Kathy at the edge of a cornfield.
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Bitch Kathy ran home after her mistress was killed. What will become of it is unclearPhoto: private
The alleged killer was caught just days after last Saturday’s crime. But authorities, prosecutors, police and ministries are very reluctant to provide information.
Reason: Holger S. (57), a mentally ill criminal from the penitentiary center in Moringen near Northeim, is under urgent suspicion. He was gone on the day of the act – unaccompanied.
In 1987 Holger S. was convicted of attempted manslaughter and ended up in Moringen. At that moment, he attacked a young woman (22) and stabbed her on a dirt road. But the victim survived. Holger S. ended up in the so-called penal system because of “significantly reduced culpability”.
After more than 30 years, at the beginning of 2021, an expert judgment has convinced the Disciplinary Chamber that Holger S. no longer poses a danger to the general public – and is therefore allowed to go outside. A few hours without surveillance.
Elisabeth T. has now paid with her life for the determination that Holger S. is no longer a specific danger to women.
The loving mother (three children) and grandmother had just started a new phase of life: a week before her death, she would have started as a mini-jobber as a waitress at the Helios Clinic. She wanted to improve her pension a little bit. Elisabeth T. used to have a small boutique in Northeim and later worked for a bicycle dealer. A woman appreciated by many in Northeim for being so warm and cheerful.
What happened on Saturday a week ago? Retired Wolfgang Dell (72), who knew Elisabeth T.: “I saw her running with her dog at noon that day on her regular route in the cornfield.”
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Wolfgang Dell remembers seeing Elisabeth T. in the afternoon Photo: Hubert Jelinek