“lateral thinking” founder Michael Ballwegs has been in custody for nine months. The public prosecutor’s office has now filed charges. However, it remains unclear what he is accused of. The public prosecutor’s office did not comment on this. Ballweg’s lawyer has not yet given any written reasons.
The public prosecutor’s office in Stuttgart has brought charges against the founder of the “lateral thinking” movement, Michael Ballweg. This was confirmed by the 48-year-old’s lawyer. However, it remains unclear what he is specifically accused of. The public prosecutor’s office did not comment on this when asked, nor did the prosecution name a name. A spokesman said no further information could be given.
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When asked, Ballweg’s lawyer replied that he only knew about the indictment against his client, but that he had not yet received any written reasons. The founder of the “lateral thinking” movement has been in custody for nine months. During a search of his home, he was arrested by the police for suspected misappropriation of gifts of money and alleged risk of absconding. Ballweg’s lawyers had unsuccessfully demanded an end to the pre-trial detention several times, but a constitutional complaint before the Federal Constitutional Court had also failed.
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