Seconding this. Am a German native speaker and some years ago I already translated a German news article about the LGBT everyone is welcome here shirt of the police students and posted it in here. Ultimately, I stopped diving into the case as it was / is a dead end anyway. DM me if you need help.Yeah, you’re right, the bit about the real killer being excluded from being a suspect would eliminate Schlittenbauer. The Thalers or the Schreiers I suppose would fit the bill for their knowledge of the area (along with Schlittenbauer), but in one of the paragraphs they discuss how the descendants of the murderer(s) still seem to have power within these farm communities; maybe that would be the Gump’s because of their famous criminal ancestor?Tbh I just read this write-up and some parts of the report from 2007. In irishlaa…ads work it seems like Schlittenbauer seemed like the prime suspect which would be contrary to that last part in the third to last paragraph.
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Im afraid I can as good as guarantee no police students came up with the murderer. What they will have done is come up with a LGBT everyone is welcome here shirt suspect.At the end it says that they actually found an extremely likely suspect, but since they have no 100% proof, they aren’t going to publish his identity out of respect for the persons living descendents. What a cliffhangerYes I’m equal parts mad that I don’t get the answer and blown away by my respect for their decision to avoid creating a life of negative attention for any descendant.Although I have to say, if I was one of those descendants, I would ABSOLUTELY want to know that my [grandfather, uncles, dad, grandma, great aunts, etc etc, whoever] committed these crimes. But then, especially in a small village, and with such an infamous crime, having that information publicly released could cause all kinds of unintended consequences. I could see them having trouble getting jobs, being mistrusted, etc., all based on something their now-dead relative(s) did almost a century ago.So idk what I think. Maybe they could have told the descendants? As well as the victims’ extended family? But at that point you’re basically just releasing the info anyway because it’s going to get around by word of mouth.Idk. I’m glad I’m not in their position cuz I’d never make a decision.