r/Damnthatsinteresting Dec 01 '22 Silver 3

On 2nd March 1983, Marianne Bachmeier was sentenced to 6 years in prison for shooting Klaus Grabowski seven times inside a courtroom. Klaus was a 35 year old regular sex offender who had abducted and killed Anna, her 7 year old daughter in 1980. Image

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u/Erenjeager420 Dec 01 '22

She only had to serve 3 years

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u/Decoy_Octopus_ Dec 01 '22

There are few things worth going to prison for. This is definitely one of them.

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u/Jay-bi-Red Dec 01 '22

yeah, my first thought was "fuckin worth it"

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u/rejectedprophet Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

Easily. You know anyone in that position is doing that with almost suicidal intent. 6vyears probably came as a surprise and she probably didn't give a fuck... unless she had other kids then it gets tough.

Edit: meant to add good for her.

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u/Leading_Manager_2277 Dec 02 '22

Well she didn't have other children she was raising. She'd had a pretty rough life actually. "In 1966, at the age of 16, Marianne Bachmeier had her first child, who she gave up for adoption as an infant. She became pregnant again at the age of 18 by her then-boyfriend. Shortly before the birth of her daughter, Marianne was raped. Her second child was also given up for adoption as an infant. In 1973, Marianne's third daughter, Anna, was born. After Anna's birth, Marianne had a tubal ligation operation, and she raised Anna alone as a single parent." No fucks left to give.

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u/CapableSuggestion Dec 02 '22

I hope the other prisoners were nice to her. They would have to respect her story. I hope she found some healing in prison, I’d imagine the guards would be cool and give her space.

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u/Leading_Manager_2277 Dec 02 '22 edited Dec 02 '22

Not sure about that but I hope so. I was sad to read she passed away. "On 17 September 1996, she died at the age of 46 from pancreatic cancer in a hospital in Lübeck. It had actually been her desire to die in her adopted home of Palermo. Before her death, she asked the NDR reporter, Lukas Maria Böhmer, to accompany her and film the last stages of her life. She is buried in the same grave as her daughter Anna in a graveyard in Lübeck." I thank her for ridding the world of that POS before he could hurt another child. That was her legacy. edit Here's a link to a rather odd German YouTuber that attempts to tell Marianne's life story. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PpgddOOetuM

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u/rejectedprophet Dec 02 '22

Yuuup. " oh no jail!" when ultimately she or most ( or maybe just me lol) would want someone to just kill me after anyways.

Any parent put in that situation should have the option with complete of amnesty to have at least 5 minutes alone In a room with the goof.

I'm not promoting violence this is how I feel!!!

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u/VolkspanzerIsME Dec 01 '22

Probably had a pretty easy three years at that.

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u/Jay-bi-Red Dec 01 '22

“What are you in for?”

“I shot and killed my daughter’s rapist and murderer in a court of law”

“ . . . sick dude. “

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u/ErlAskwyer Dec 01 '22

"ok you get my taters, Darren give her you sausage"

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u/VolkspanzerIsME Dec 01 '22

Child abusers are universally hated by both inmates and guards. Just about everyone has kids or kids in their family.

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u/AinsiSera Dec 02 '22

Especially in a women’s prison - a huge percentage are mothers and feel extra protective of their children (because they’re in jail and can’t actually be with their kids).

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u/OzzieGrey Dec 01 '22

Everyone has been a kid once.

Its like.. the one thing you really don't fuck with.. but people still try to normalize it... jesus.

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u/Zandrick Dec 01 '22

Anyone trying to normalize it probably wants to do it. There’s not really any other reason.

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u/keirsu Dec 02 '22

...or is already doing it (secretly or otherwise).

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u/bitoflippant Dec 02 '22

I agree with you and I would have done the same with no remorse at all.

But your comment reminded me the piece of shit also was a kid once. So I also want to have some words with whoever raised him.

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u/rejectedprophet Dec 02 '22

And this is why even in PC these guys get fucked up

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u/VolkspanzerIsME Dec 02 '22

Good. I have zero sympathy for people that turn children into victims.

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u/rejectedprophet Dec 02 '22

Damn straight. Only time the system fucking works lol

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u/ChilaMatrix Dec 01 '22

".... Nice"

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u/uterinejellyfish Dec 01 '22

And she probably was treated pretty well when they figured out she killed a pedophile. They hate pedos in prison.

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u/agoldgold Dec 01 '22

Honestly, that's a story that gets the sympathy of both prisoners and guards. I wouldn't be surprised if the people charging her didn't want to do it either. Prison is shit either way, but the other people around her there were far less likely to be hostile to her- they have kids too. They get it.

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u/feronen Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

Wouldn't be surprised if all the career criminals actually went out of their way to make her stay as comfortable as possible. Not only did she lose her daughter to that piece of garbage, she was obliged to be punished by the state given the "crime" she committed.

Any one of those folks on the inside would see the details of her case and would give her royal treatment for taking out pure evil.

EDIT: I remember reading about something similar happening with some guy in New York back in the 70s. He got to Rikers and was pulled up to some high ranking mafioso serving time there. When the mafioso found out about the guy's details, rather than making the poor dad go through the usual rituals that criminals went through with the mob, they put him under their protection with absolutely no strings attached and even helped his family get the money for the services needed for his kid's funeral, and even helped his wife keep up the payments on their house until his release, and then got him a legit job right out the door.

When the mafioso was asked why he did all that, he replied with, "I'm not gonna make a saint suffer more than he already has. He lost everything to that creep. Least I could do is pay him back for his contribution to society."

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u/Pet-sit Dec 01 '22

She did what so many parents would want to be able to do. Worth it.

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u/Cheeseand0nions Dec 01 '22

And I bet the fellow prisoners and guards treated her like a queen

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u/velphegor666 Dec 01 '22

Mf raped her kid, id shoot the living shit out of him as well. Thats just beyond messed up

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u/Forevershort2021 Dec 02 '22

I’d toss him in the incinerator and laugh like the devil

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u/rejectedprophet Dec 01 '22

In a blink. I got problems staying out of trouble as it is. Someone fucks with my son ill reanimated their ancestors just to put them through a wood chipper

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u/Dream_Merchant_7189 Dec 01 '22

Talk about being treated like royalty during your stay by inmates and guards alike.

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u/justinbates1992 Dec 01 '22

She'd be a damn hero inside that prison.

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u/heavy-metal-goth-gal Dec 01 '22

Agreed. I'd rest easier taking a monster like that out of the planet.

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u/DweEbLez0 Dec 01 '22

Hell yes!

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u/charlie_zoosh Dec 01 '22

According to a survey by the Allensbach Institute, a majority of 28 percent of Germans deemed her six-year sentencing as an appropriate penalty for her actions. Another 27 percent considered the sentence too heavy while 25 percent viewed it as too light.

In June 1985, Marianne Bachmeier was released from prison after serving only half of her sentence. She moved to Nigeria, where she married and remained until the 1990s. After she divorced her husband, Bachmeier relocated to Sicily where she stayed until she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, upon which she returned to a now-unified Germany. [...] She died on Sept. 17, 1996, at the age of 46. She was buried next to her daughter, Anna.

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u/donatedknowledge Dec 01 '22

Sad story all together. I can't imagine the pain she felt losing her daughter. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a statistic which says there is a correlation between losing one's child and early death.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

a majority of 28 percent of Germans

So ... like, 14.1%? j/k

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u/suckmydicktracy Dec 01 '22

Still way too long.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

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u/reasonably_insane Dec 01 '22

Absolutely. She is no danger to society. Why lock her up? Probation and if she makes a habit out of it, lock her up.

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u/Garlador Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

If she made a habit of killing pedophile rapist murderers, she’d become a legend.

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u/Strontium90Abombbaby Dec 01 '22

Is there an annual subscription I could patron to help her make this a habit?

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u/Electrical-Act-7170 Dec 01 '22

Afraid she died from pancreatic cancer.

I'm disappointed I can't support her efforts.

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u/CommadorVic20 Dec 01 '22

i could go for that, just make sure its based on facts.

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u/hobosam21-B Dec 01 '22

I guy shot the rapist that attacked his kid on live television and got probation in the US.

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u/mrbeamis Dec 01 '22

Jody Plauche

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u/HooplaJustice Dec 01 '22

"Not guilty, your honor"

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u/nutsackninja Dec 01 '22

Should be 0 with a handshake

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u/Glittering-Beyond-45 Dec 01 '22

3 too many, but better than 6 i guess.

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u/Content_Pool_1391 Dec 01 '22

I'm pretty sure she thought it was worth it.....

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u/GhostMoves514 Dec 01 '22

3 Years too many. She should have gotten the Key to the City.

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u/AmazingDate5040 Dec 01 '22

Glad she executed the bastard! She did society a favor and got justice for herself and her murdered daughter! Hopefully she'll be out in 3 years or less.

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u/TBM69and68 Dec 01 '22

3 years too much. She should have been given a metal of honor and let go home .

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u/Fluffy_Momma_C Dec 01 '22

Well worth it.

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u/Nobodyherebutmeandu Dec 01 '22

She should have served 0 days/years.

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u/value_meal Dec 01 '22

Should have been zero. The only person she was a danger to, had been handled.

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u/carbonrain Dec 01 '22

3 years too many

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u/B105535 Dec 01 '22

3 years too many.

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u/Due-Revolution6541 Dec 01 '22

That's 3 too many

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u/RMNusser Dec 01 '22

Fun fact, dead pedos can't re-offend.

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u/FreeAndRedeemed Dec 01 '22

Lead therapy is 100% effective against pedophilia.

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u/Zeequel Dec 02 '22

LMAO LEAD THERAPY 💀💀💀

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u/waroftheworlds2008 Dec 02 '22

I officially dislike English. I'm a native English speaker and i read it as "LEED", as in "follow the leader", the first time . 🤦

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u/PM_ME_UR_MERKIN Dec 02 '22

He’s not deed he’s dead

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u/Garlador Dec 01 '22

No parent can blame her. She fired 8 shots. 7 hit.

The injustice was the one that missed.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

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u/Yowz3rs87 Dec 01 '22

In Jim Jeffries’ voice “Yep alright that’s fair.”

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u/nico87ca Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

I've said it before, but I'll say it again.

If someone rapes and/or kills my daughter... don't bother. I'll do the prison sentence for him and won't regret it for a second.

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u/wackers-bonkers Dec 01 '22

Favorite line

“I've been getting these emails saying that, you know, it's not my position to judge anybody. I want to make it quite clear that I didn't judge him. I know God is the only judge we have. I just set the appointment up.”

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u/Federippi Dec 01 '22

Likely the courts don't want to encourage vigilantism.

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u/wackers-bonkers Dec 01 '22

Oh I totally understand why she was prosecuted. Just sucks as people like her deserve that satisfaction. But yeah. It would be the Wild West really quick if they let that slide.

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u/Beowulf33232 Dec 01 '22

Then give her 6 months for carrying a gun into a courtroom.

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u/TexasTornadoTime Dec 01 '22

I’m not going to look into it but I’m hoping the 6 years was basically the bare minimum the judge was required to give

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u/Bam_Peasly Dec 01 '22

Honestly I don’t think it really would be, I think it would deter more men from violent crimes if they had to fear actual retribution. As of now, rape is practically legal.

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u/Cubacane Dec 01 '22

Then the courts should deliver justice swiftly.

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u/Chucknorium101 Dec 01 '22

"I assure you, God is forgiving. Just make sure to ask him when you get there. *BLAM*"

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u/sanjosanjo Dec 01 '22

What is that from?

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u/sanjosanjo Dec 01 '22

Wow! He is even warned the prison not to put him together with that child molester. He was already serving life without parole, so he had nothing to lose. His quote is awesome. Much props to him for his eloquence.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

And if I’m on the jury I’m slapping the big “nullification” button in front of me

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u/maclovin67 Dec 01 '22

Same👍 Wouldn't think about it for a second.

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u/HardlineMike Dec 01 '22

Maybe if it was my only kid and I had nothing else to live for. I'd rather be there for my kid(s) and their other parent when they need me instead of in prison. Kids with a parent in prison don't do well, and kids with no parents who end up in the foster system do even worse. I'm not gambling with my family's well-being on hoping some jury is lenient or a judge doesn't overrule them and put me away for decades.

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u/KGBwhoo Dec 01 '22

Shooting him is an easy ending dont you think? You gotta fuckin torture that soab. Slowly, let him recover, repeat. Now that’s better

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u/Semperton Dec 01 '22

Honestly, as long as none of those bullets hit his brain or his heart, death probably would not have been instant. In this case, blood loss would have been what killed him and it would have taken long enough for him to probably know exactly what was going on and feel pain throughout a portion of it.

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u/neuromancertr Dec 01 '22

Same for my son. Revenge digs two graves

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u/nyar77 Dec 01 '22

I didn’t see her do a thing.

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u/baboito5177 Dec 01 '22

I was watching whole time.. I saw nothing either

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u/paomplemoose Dec 01 '22

The rapist spontaneously became holy and sprung a leak. Divine intervention.

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u/Beowulf33232 Dec 01 '22

The woman with a gun didn't do any killing.

That man clearly died of blood loss and organ damage.

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u/ejrunpt Dec 02 '22

I’m pretty sure he tripped and fell down the stairs into some bullets

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u/Dc_awyeah Dec 02 '22

The gun should have done three years.

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u/SoomeDoode Dec 01 '22

Should have gave her the key to the city instead of 6 years.

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u/MeaningFew7327 Dec 01 '22

I wish I hadn't read it. RIP to the sweet child and her Mom.

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u/0_0-welp Dec 01 '22

Bot?

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u/waroftheworlds2008 Dec 02 '22

1 day old account with 5 comments. All in different sub reddits.

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u/veryfishy1212 Dec 01 '22

Legend......

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u/WiseNature1 Dec 01 '22

she’s a hero not a criminal

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u/Shot-Caramel-4208 Dec 01 '22

Her actions should have been viewed as "she did the world a favor" and there should be a holiday or parade dedicated in her honor.

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u/everydayasl Dec 01 '22

Mother should have just gotten probation. She lost her child to this bastard.

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u/quirkyorcdork Dec 01 '22

Also, what’s the point of prison in this situation? Is she a danger to society? Is there a reasonable threat that she will kill again unless “rehabilitated” for SIX years? Ladies gonna go on with her life and not commit anymore crimes.

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u/Cowboy_Corruption Dec 01 '22

She only served three years. If it were me I'd consider it a fair trade if I had killed the man who molested and murdered my child.

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u/King_Crab_Sushi Dec 01 '22

There is no point but German law requires certain sentences for certain crimes. Since it was obvious she did it the judge had to give her prison sentence or else the whole judicial system and legal code would’ve been made obsolete.

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u/DataWeenie Dec 01 '22

Fair trade. I bet she got extra cake in prison.

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u/jakelongg Dec 01 '22

Someone who knows.

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u/Crew_Doyle_ Dec 01 '22

This happened in Louisiana. The dad who did the shooting walked free.

They did him for discharging a firearm in a public place.

I think his name was Plauche.

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u/CthulhuWatchesMe Dec 01 '22

No he plead no contest to manslaughter. He received a suspended sentence, community service and probation.

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u/Crew_Doyle_ Dec 01 '22

I knew he never did any time. Judges, sheriffs and prosecutors are elected and nobody wanted to ruin their career and put him down

The first grand jury on the case "found no evidence of a crime" after watching a video of him shooting the guy who raped his child.

It's wrong but kind of right.

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u/Surpriseitsatumor Dec 01 '22

If this is the one where there was video from a news crews live feed, it’s fair to also mention that the man and his son both expressed regret/grief at the situation. Not because of the deceased obviously, but because the son really just wanted his father around for support, and that event and drama surrounding became just a second source of pain for him.

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u/Anneisabitch Dec 01 '22

Was this the story the movie Eye for an Eye was based on?

That movie is underrated. My mother and I tried to watch it together but she turned it off five minutes in. I watched it later and it is haunting.

I’ll never look at Kiefer Sutherland the same again because he played the bad guy a little too good, if you know what I mean.

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u/goddammmittt Dec 01 '22

The plot is similar but no, that movie was not based on this incident. I get what you mean though, I have seen David Thewlis in Naked (1993) :)

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u/znc743 Dec 01 '22

My kids are my world, if anyone hurts them I'd be smiling in my mug shot for sure

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u/TheRevengeOfTheNerd Dec 01 '22

Prison actually doesn't make sense considering she is unlikely to be an actual threat to society. This is just punishment, which isn't the point of the legal system.

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u/chickenologist Dec 01 '22

Which shouldn't be the point of a legal system...

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u/VikingLiking Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

What are you on about? Prison is about rehab and trying to change the person into something better, that will fit into society.

Edit: since people think i am wrong, have a look at the statistics for yourselves.

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u/OnlyRosin Dec 01 '22

Where do you live? Where I live it isn't true.

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u/RustyEggleston Dec 01 '22

I was a prosecutor for 20 years, and it would be unconscionable to put this woman in prison.

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u/hipposSlayer Dec 01 '22

He went on easy mode. He should have burned alive.

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Marianne Bachmeier

Marianne Bachmeier (3 June 1950 – 17 September 1996) became famous in Germany after she shot and killed the murderer of her daughter in an act of vigilantism in the hall of the District Court of Lübeck in 1981.

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u/StarConsumate Dec 01 '22 edited Dec 01 '22

There is a video of her lighting the dude up in the courtroom, but he is off camera. The wild thing is, is that you can see the absolute hatred she has for him as she pulls the trigger without blinking or flinching. That guy deserved everything he got.

her shooting the pedo. I couldn’t find a better video sorry

Edit :NSFW

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u/Turdinamicrowave Dec 01 '22

She cleansed the Earth of trash, and did society a favor. It's totally natural, everyone knows a momma bear will kill your ass without hesitation if you mess with her cubs.

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u/StarConsumate Dec 01 '22

Can’t forget about good ol’ Gary Plauche.

I hope these folks found peace, but seriously don’t fuck with kids. I’m all for parental Justice to an extent.

Papa Bear Gary Plauche.

Lights out for people who harm children.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Should have got a medal and money. Fuck pedos

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u/endeavor456 Dec 01 '22

Garbage decision. She should’ve been commended for that

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u/Karnorkla Dec 01 '22

Should have paid her for taking out the trash.

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u/Action-Calm Dec 01 '22

She'd walk if I was on the jury.

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u/rolendd Dec 01 '22

Klaus tried creating an out by saying the 6 year old made advances to him and seduced him into raping her. He got off easy with a few bullets

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u/Maleficent_Sound_919 Dec 01 '22

7 times, 7 year old n1

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u/weha1 Dec 01 '22

I would have done the same thing if I was her

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u/TimeTraveler3056 Dec 01 '22

What an awful awful story. I wish I hadn't read it. RIP to the sweet child and her Mom.

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u/clerk1o2 Dec 01 '22

The video looks like something out of an italian 70s revenge flick. She's I'm full trenchant pacing back and forth then pulls out a pistol and just unloads on the guy. I mean she empties the clip. I also imagine prison wasn't too bad for her considering her crimes. She probably probably had a nickname like,, pedo slayer

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u/DeweyDungbeetle Dec 01 '22

The jury fucked up on this one. This is exactly why jury nullification is important. The judge will say something like “Now you aren’t here to decide if what Mrs. Bachmeier did was morally right or wrong. The question is did she enter the court room and shoot him 7 times killing him.” And then the jury is supposed to go into the back room and say things like “Hmmmm, I’m just not sure it was her! It coulda been someone in a wig!” “Yea or maybe it was a ghost!” “I think he shot himself in an attempt to frame her!” Not guilty!” And then everyone goes home and that woman can try to heal and mourn and go on with her life free instead of in prison.

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u/TheFalkonett Dec 01 '22

What jury? This happened in Germany

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u/King_Crab_Sushi Dec 01 '22

This case happened in Germany. There is no jury in Germany and the judge couldn’t have spoke her free since the sentences that have to be given are clearly defined in German law.

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u/UCanArtifUWant2 Dec 01 '22

She should of gotten six medals of honor.

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u/lgr142 Dec 01 '22

That woman deserved a medal. You kill my child, there is only one law.

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u/notyouraverageJho Dec 01 '22

6 years is a good sentencing. Considering she killed someone in open court witnessed by a judge. Kudos to the persecution to drop her murder charge to manslaughter.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

This woman is the patron saint of karma farmers.

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u/ElectricFlesh Dec 01 '22

thank you for this sobering assessment, /u/PutMyCockInYourMouth

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u/wilson1613 Dec 01 '22

The government should have paid her for carrying out justice that they should have done in the first place

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u/ECK-2188 Dec 01 '22

6 days would’ve been better

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u/Bks1981 Dec 01 '22

She should have been able to get off on temporary insanity but 3 years is still worth it.

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u/dirtygeary Dec 01 '22

If Iam on that jury…. Easy verdict. Not Guilty

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u/goLogoPro Dec 01 '22

Only seven times ?? she showed great restraint.

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u/Master-Benefit-4601 Dec 01 '22

She should have gotten off.

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u/Addedinterest Dec 01 '22

Did anyone else think, 'whoa people had some good classic style' ?

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u/jaimih Dec 01 '22

In m honest opinion, she should have never served a day.

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u/Ur_A_Lizard-Harry Dec 01 '22

Why did they put her in jail? Obviously wasn’t a danger to society after she shot him.

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u/Shan2617 Dec 01 '22

She came in that courtroom and shot him like a professional

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u/Hype-And-Style Dec 01 '22

Mama served real justice, not this tuna can justice the courts go by.

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u/RunningAtTheMouth Dec 01 '22

In the US, there is jury nullification. Would have loved being a juror.

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u/spyrosevr Dec 01 '22

And why did she serve at all? Bitch deserved a parade

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u/torturedexistence029 Dec 01 '22

We should start giving medals and rewards to anyone who can kill a convicted/regular sex offender

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u/ChameleonMami Dec 01 '22

She should have gotten an award.

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u/Jealous_Tangerine_93 Dec 01 '22

My type of parent

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u/UncoolAsACucumber Dec 01 '22

Him and all sex offenders deserve a punishment with the same end result but with a less humane punishment

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u/Wonderful-Set1701 Dec 01 '22

I disagree with some of u. She s a hero ! She shdnt serve prison ! Maybe some days with doctors , to see if she s ok.. Im gonna get downvoted so hard

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u/Stunning-Arugula-896 Dec 01 '22

Bless her heart and shame on a system that would even have her spend one night in jail away from her daughter after such an ordeal.

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u/ObamaBinChronin Dec 01 '22

Should have given her a medal.

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u/shutyourgob16 Dec 01 '22

I would have cheered her on & let her walk.

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u/iiCollinHD Dec 01 '22

Shouldn't have had to serve anytime at all

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u/madonnaboomboom Dec 01 '22

I hope the officials in that prison did all they could to make her time as easy and comfortable as possible. She's a hero, as far as I am concerned.

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u/itsamine1 Dec 01 '22

All heroes do not wear capes

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u/TNnylonFeetLuv Dec 01 '22

Tragic! She should have been rewarded.

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u/BstintheWst Dec 01 '22

Frankly, the punishment she dealt out to Klaus Grabowski should be the punishment for crimes this egregious. Strip the convicted of their rights and throw them to the wolves. The wolves, in this case, are the families of those harmed.

Sending these reprobates to prison lets them have guaranteed shelter and food.

Sending them to the families of those they molested and killed is true justice. I believe that, as it relates to the worst possible crimes (like those Grabowski committed), vengeance is a component of justice missing from our system because we have gone too far down the road of protecting people that should never be covered in the name of civility.

If my son was molested and killed, and you told me that I had to seek contentment from the knowledge that the monster who did it was behind bars, I would turn my rage on you. The only way I am letting go of my hatred is when I hear the screams of torment coming from the mouth of the killer and watch the life pass from their eyes. I will never have my son back, but I can rest easier knowing that the person who took him from me suffered some fraction of the pain and torment he inflicted on my son and me.

Our civil society is often too civil.

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u/Mountainminer Dec 01 '22

Raping and murdering a child should carry the death penalty. Also, the option should be given to the childs parents to carry out the sentence.

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u/Weird_Measurement_98 Dec 02 '22

I hate regular sex offenders I prefer the legendary shiny sex offenders

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u/fishtank41 Dec 01 '22

Why is she being punished?

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u/FlashpointJ24 Dec 01 '22

Likely the courts don't want to encourage vigilantism.

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u/fishtank41 Dec 01 '22

True, I'm pretty sure there was some guy who got arrested for tracking down sex offenders and killing them.

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u/Jettx02 Dec 01 '22

Technically she DID commit 1st degree murder, so with less context she got off pretty easy, but in a perfect world she would have been praised

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u/fishtank41 Dec 01 '22

If this ever happened to my family don't even try to stop me, their life is over.

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u/ChunkyTaco22 Dec 01 '22

The clip of her doing that was crazy. She was so subtle and I believe only missed one shot. Fucking legend but wish she was never pushed to do that

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u/diseaseresistant Dec 01 '22

My partner and I had the conversation when we had children... if anyone hurt our children like that, which one of us should be the one to kill the monster. Who would be better off financially being a single parent while the other did the time?

This woman is a hero.

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u/jrodxrod Dec 01 '22

Worth it. She made sure he could never strike again.

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u/TitusFigmentus Dec 01 '22

Damn, she led a tough life.

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u/[deleted] Dec 01 '22

Shouldn’t have served any time, like Gary Plauche.

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u/tajrashae Dec 01 '22

Worth six years. Maybe less with parole

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u/CommadorVic20 Dec 01 '22

bless this woman's heart i hope she was treated well behind bars, she died way too young and deserved better <3

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u/coolboiiiiiii2809 Dec 01 '22

I still remember the video a while back. Idk where it is but man was it satisfying

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u/oneill9999 Dec 01 '22

I can’t upvote this enough times. They never change or stop, no matter if the court or they say themselves, I’ve unfortunately had a run in with these bastards when I was about 9. The only thing that will stop them is a bullet, as her’s did. She saved lives by what she did.

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u/K1llerTr0ut23 Dec 02 '22

Great, I fully support her decision and would’ve done the same myself

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u/CJNJ9 Dec 02 '22

They should have tied him up and handed him over to her. The fact that she was jailed for this is a perfect example of why the judicial system doesn't work in practice.

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u/misfitkid86 Dec 02 '22

I hope the three years she served she was treated better than most. She did what most parents would and should.

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u/Lepke2011 Dec 02 '22

I looked her up. Poor lady passed young of cancer. She should have gotten a medal for shooting that monster.

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u/LizzyPBaJ Dec 02 '22

What a boss. I hope she and her daughter are happy together now. And I hope the sick fuck she put down rots in eternal torment.

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u/MrCatchMeIfYouCan55 Dec 02 '22

Respect for the lady, and respect for all the Americans here supporting the 2A. I saw not one comment against it.

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u/Striking_Present_736 Dec 02 '22

Pin a medal on that woman.

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u/Bayoyo_01 Dec 02 '22

6 years for justified 1st degree murder, might aswell give her community service