Winnenden Ruling Father Convicted for Son's School Massacre in Germany

In the first case of its kind in Germany, a court in Stuttgart ruled that the father of a boy who killed 15 people, most of them at a school in Winnenden, is responsible for manslaughter and bodily injury because he failed to observe a gun control law stipulating the secure storage of firearms.
Photo evidence from a car dealership in Wendlingen, Germany to which Tim K. fled during a shooting spree that resulted in the deaths of 15 and the shooter's suicide.

Photo evidence from a car dealership in Wendlingen, Germany to which Tim K. fled during a shooting spree that resulted in the deaths of 15 and the shooter's suicide.

Foto: A3471 Boris Roessler/ dpa
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