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100-year-old German grandmother is beheaded by axe-wielding ‘black sheep’ grandson

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100-12 months-previous German grandmother is beheaded by axe-wielding grandson who was ‘the black sheep of the family’

  • Artur B., 37,  is the key suspect for the murder of his grandmother Amalie G. 
  • The murder investigators have not however decided a motive for the criminal offense

A 100-12 months-old grandmother has been beheaded by her possess grandson who made use of an axe to carry out the gruesome killing, law enforcement have unveiled.

Retired farm employee, Amalie G., was uncovered dead in her condominium in the metropolis of Hamburg right after the attack by 37-12 months-old grandson Artur B., investigators say.

Cops are still to establish a motive for the horrifying murder but a relative informed German newspaper BILD that chemical worker Artur was considered ‘the black sheep of the family’. An additional source explained the pair had rowed about money in the earlier.

‘But most of the time he was unemployed and he continuously lacked the income. Household users kept their length from him,’ the relative included.

Artur is reported to have known as police to say he had beheaded grandmother and when cops arrived at the bloody criminal offense scene they learned an axe. He is now in custody.

Retired farm worker, Amalie G., was found dead in her apartment in the city of Hamburg after the attack by 37-year-old grandson Artur B., investigators say

Retired farm worker, Amalie G., was found dead in her apartment in the city of Hamburg after the attack by 37-year-old grandson Artur B., investigators say

Retired farm employee, Amalie G. (ideal), was uncovered dead in her apartment in the metropolis of Hamburg right after the attack by 37-calendar year-aged grandson Artur B. (left), investigators say

Artur is said to have called police to say he had beheaded grandmother and when cops arrived at the bloody crime scene they discovered an axe. He is now in custody. Pictured: A body bag is removed from the scene

Artur is stated to have called law enforcement to say he had beheaded grandmother and when cops arrived at the bloody criminal offense scene they found out an axe. He is now in custody. Pictured: A entire body bag is taken off from the scene

Chief Community Prosecutor Liddy Oechtering told BILD: ‘According to the preliminary autopsy outcome, it can be assumed that a cervical cord severing brought on by sharp and blunt pressure was the result in of dying. The suspected crime is an axe identified at the crime scene.’

All through a reconstruction in the autopsy, coroners discovered that 1 of the blows with the axe was carried out from at the rear of the cervical twine, an space of ​​the spinal twine.

A judge issued an arrest warrant against Artur B. for manslaughter late on Tuesday afternoon.

Chief Community Prosecutor Oechtering mentioned: ‘The accused did not give any information to the justice of the peace.’

The murder investigators have not but decided a motive for the crime.

A neighbours of the murdered centenarian advised Bild: ‘We actually experienced superior speak to before her demise. Amalie informed me that her grandson had now damaged into the apartment by way of the balcony and wished to steal her funds.’

According to data obtained by BILD, he also understood that his grandmother experienced saved up a small fortune.

Neighbours informed the newspaper that arguments concerning the two were being at times loud sufficient to be overheard.

The neighbour reported: ‘The grandson regularly arrived to his grandmother’s condominium and appeared immediately after her. But there had been arguments in any case.’

Kin of Artur B. and Amalie G. say it is probable that a dispute about revenue escalated the predicament on the night of the killing.

When requested by BILD, the public prosecutor stated that Artur B. experienced no felony record. 

In accordance to info readily available to the Hamburger Abendblatt everyday newspaper, the man was only identified to the police for small crimes and none of these were acts of violence.

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