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ThöMlS. Zlcman by Ernst Eckstein. (Continued.) Zto of uroimaii: f l) old luaiirciiD of the whole (5rzä!) Iung the accused not out of your eye tfdaiien. The conviction had matured that one had to deal with K, he, with a highly demeaned criminal who only hypocrites frankness and clumsiness. (55 there was a pause. The clerk wrote in Sieben. (Iiser. Because this message from Llcheit was an important novelty and demanded a clever answer ... Are you tertiary or appealed to the examining magistrate after five minutes .. Do you want to (have the courage to read your transcript to us. Read the trainee lawyer. Do you have anything to add to this reproduction? ”Asked the suspect. Wine.“ Would you like this gentleman, who is responsible for the unsuccessful attempt fined two hundred marks for a cuff, again. Lichert reflected. I hardly think so. - he said hesitantly., o: And why not? 'It was already too dark for that. "Hm! It couldn't have been that very dark A few days later we had a full moon. "I don't know. Of course, later, yes. When I got to Klingsberg, the moon was shining. Perhaps, however, it had not risen at this time." That is a mistake. Known lic The moon stands as long as it is entitled to. takes, even before sunset over the horizon. "So there was a cloud in front of it. Or the big trees made so dark z. 0)" "l" $ f C .X. Imm mii i'iti vn: s.. r. (.. f. u ief tr mii yuvr. wöilict), of course. Her narrative, however, must not contain any contradictions T ci. v. - -. ... ien. ncoenlen öic only: vsic qaveil stood face to face with the Lord .. .. "That's right. And you don't want to know what the man looked like ....?" j is. 0 unaelaur! what did he look like? (ir was shorter than me. "I like to think so." 9floM andertbalb Kovk smaller. And had a round face. Beard? "Maybe." You must know that! "I didn't pay attention to it. Cinei. Full beard yo long how You, Herr (sc ricktsrath, he hadn't. "You want to leave my person out of the picture entirely. Mr. von Grolmann nasled. Please, Herr Trainee lawyer, write: The accused knows nothing about the individuality of the gentleman who was surprised by him to give more information. "Stop," shouted Sichert, "now I've got it exactly!" He had a bit of a beard! And then: his voice sounded lureless! "Well, what about the girl? how many. a real peasant girl, so tall (he held out his palm) and ... ... and "Nice. Otherwise you have nothing to notice?". No. Sure, I have to be frank with you, I had You are surely more clever. Your fairy tale is in bad taste! Mr. Judge. Be silent until I tell you Above all, ask: why didn't you tell this samos story at the first interrogation? "I already had my reasons." I would like to hear them. " took it from the errn with ewtt. It is also true that I held the club tightly in my hand. Besides, I had promised that the ache wouldn’t be watching! I thought that the gentleman, if you are well known in the area, you know that at this time he was walking through the wood: If I say something now, it will come out; and he didn't want that, otherwise I wouldn't have given me the two hundred marks. Very generous, "remarked the inquirent. Unfortunately, your whole story falls into the water. For the sake of form, you will accompany me out to the place where the laying allegedly took place with this enigmatic donor of money. Is that your last word? " I am innocent! "Good. You can now resign, even though you have counted down the protocol that dtt erx mesexendar will read to you nocymals in context." - Lichert got up. A shiver went through the coarse figure. With awkward. Ilobigett Schristzüqen signed, he long sam'däS protocol. ? 2, Napitel. Laughs. returned to "fine cell. sat down in front of the table and pressed it. n nn wlder the other. 'Rigid, brooding over what he had experienced. His untrained mind did not understand how the gentleman investigation", t..t .. mn ... 1 3 rlazler -r uns sruyer oer ocrluuiq? änwalt sunbathed to know a thing so precisely that had not been lianet at all; even less, however, how
If the man proved so clearly to the Lincoln that an "alternative ting" that actually was, was entirely conceivable. The examining magistrate had called out to him: FS is about his head! Nonsense! How could he?
wear something, because he was oocy unicgnioig! ... r Nevertheless: even that about the punishment must have been correct; because the Rechlsanwall ötreiimur. his defense counsel had read him twice the paragraph according to which '. - W ft l the arson quite oe'vnoer -.mm ,. r ..... I ''. 'I will be chastised if it is about be' O "! ... T. WW l lived in a building; uno onnn nock a paragraph where it was about: With prison not -mm!. 3 I under ten years or in an elongated penitentiary the arsonist will be punished if the arand begged the death of a person by the fact that he was at the time? bat in the lighted room. " "" I That was almost the tfaii! . . . . . , v. t.i P ricQcrt Vetracyluna wanoie icn more and more to the past. Once more he recalled how it all came about. men was. He fought. how his trok and his 5ak oeaen nod. who had condemned ibn, roared. -mr word '-' I used to have mm. -. Jm-m. r regretted: he regretted doubted rebellion aeaen his fateful valley. '"' 'It had to be like that! How often had ibm his seliae courage said: Put aside your anger and your blind hatred if someone comes too close to you! You will bring yourself into misery!" . Now this word was aeaanaen in fulfillment! j -.- i i Good, dav the old woman was no longer alive! It would like that he, ttrstückt. ,, mj: c v ... V. m i: .k I igren single voilii, och ic v ntu katte. now to be seen as rubble and criminals, with a future full of misery. Shame and misery! By the way, it was always a blessing. that the young Be. m m. m m m mt m Äs. m - V closerm was able to save in the last omenr! Had she really been there, God knows, he would not have had a quiet second on earth, even if he had escaped prison! Lichert threw himself heavily across the table, pressed his coarse face against his forearm and sobbed to break his heart. He lay like that for a quarter of an hour. v t. 4 r irxi. zi m. ' m m I ann ijoo er oen ops, wi, lc, iu, with the hand over the eyes and sighed from the bottom of my chest. God be tank, "he said to himself ci hilf rrint.-fT? Iä hl. Ntlh.r. viw 4iwvv story is not true!" The gaze of tearful eyes breathed in amazement. The bald-headed gerr with Dernßlerner had indeed had a way during the interrogation ..! klik ,,) r jrt MDlt. n (ir Vlll.ltt! itii vii v luuitu uwfck iuyt.tt ne shoulders and iede? shrugged, as if every word n Ci jv V '"was stupid, you could ick lose heart! The nimUm-i . ...; (. (. w :. I pores really! But Mr. Defender and the jury. who were not disbelieving in their professions. VI. They were already overturning rights; b. ... gi..,: e realized that Lichert was speaking the truth. Now the man was overcome by eme SYJ Vy m A aka l.il Mfc2 jS ai 4 a. Niiye, how he had iie, ni voqen nimi ge, maybe served that all for his best! The lawyer Doctor Kretschmar stepped into the cell. Lichert wqr jumped up violently.
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vi.uiiwijm ii hmmh in I Ul ", the same man, however, who after" a condemnation in the Branoi-founding process affectionately addressed him and even shook hands with him in parting, now held back his own, thümlicy frosty, shy away from him Amazed and sadly shook his head. Vlcherl, backs up. he acted eus zend. these are sad about? surprises! Well, I'm not coming to preach morality to you. - but they have painfully lost me! "Dr. Kretschmar was really shaken by the t, rtn .rn n .... n m-rkrecken "s'ck n.if s, in, byckkrinnend human knowledge about S too good 'also he had proven several times that rpn Fckirfr W.nhnrfitr, n fe n ae ckulter. aeiitful Bsvaeoloa was. M ("r '!" "" T ""?' '' Seldom looked thrown. He had plaid with a warmth that had not remained without influence on the sentence. Although the Strassraae was no longer a debate. But now it was That different. A robbery-murder, a cowardly, pathetic robbery-murder! Doctor Kretschmar had miscalculated so thoroughly! Jq wo! terrible misunderstandings ... ....... I. gen. "wieoeryoike Davingeiajuioigtf; God be Pank You are coming! There is no sensible word to speak to the examining magistrate. T JJ. "V. p .-, ..-, -, .if you expect an advantage from my assistance, then it is absolutely necessary, there You to me, your defender ?, pure wetn. Whoever lies to the doctor or the Advo. Who loops the rope to himself; the stone, urattetz word, you know that I have both the right and the duty of what You entrust me, anyone ..., m l... Ir.il Mltzulyellen, 'j coen qi Tell me truthfully what you broke!' Ick want
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You blush, gaining a side of light somewhere. "Lord God," Lichert stunned, you speak almost in the same tone as the examining magistrate over there! "
Of course, I know exactly what the public prosecutor is accusing you of, "replied Kretschmar gloomily. I admit the possibility that your act is misinterpreted, that the most varied of reasons for a murder can be proven: but you want your crime yourself mm m... m - M 4 "7 - -, i i- w '" "w. . , nr opposite but not in agreement. ask? ". ..... mm. .... -.. I really deny it !. Madness is everything and nonsense! Trr lawyer now told him how extraordinary the In I had consolidated evidence of my deficiencies; how t at the moment complemented the other; how little he could ignore the conviction that Lichert had committed the fmt babe. -r I Doctor Kretschmar concluded with the harsh invitation: Now do the ridiculous v.. " T nomfioie em linde r Christian Lichert did not complain, Just like the investigation. Right! " he repeated rigidly. Almost the same words ".. all the same you have reason, my, Ntksckla, knlen. ............ w. - tit 00 -. N .... I don't have to be clear in my understanding.... mmm. I Mr. Hih the bangs rattled. You 'r "" I seriously believe ...? " Let dock this rhetoric. ,,,,, ia want to do nothing for you. But what can I do with the mask! "Ehristian Lichert wrung his hands in despair. A helpless roar rang out ominously from the twisted mouth. Nickis bab 'ick to saaen. nickis'-.? -' ii" in "7 "shouted Lichert. while the eyes roll forward. lr sank on the "" - ',,,,,, ...? , I tlinjl. Alles! oeioen anoen supr ti through the aar. The planes crunched hard against each other, and Doctor Kretschmar turned away.I have nothing to say, -nothing! "If you think I'm lying,... Sg tell the public prosecutor! I see it coming!?, I'll screw it up! You want to talk me about it with force and bring me to the fool's mouth, nock eb 'ick come to the .uchtbauZ! " Doctor Kretschmar threw him a lanaen. annoying look, u. "". For a second a doubt flashed to him. If the tw p 4 i,. -Tir.. Mensch oa Ssomooie splelie, lp splelle he was masterly! 'hl.l, s,.: but after that he remembered mebrer things from his Vraris - most ardent plea of innocence with tears and heart pains. fervent prayers, lamb-like devotional work ... .......... I 0c on God called, the enlightenment x .. inst, riv l? iki ,, slp vu "M n Vk truth .... These impressions had also not remained without effect on him, and in the end nevertheless melted into nothing. Vi & ori fnnf r ,, 6. s ..,., f "ljv v ti MV 1 Reflect. You deceive mick nods! hrmbh - m screw it up .hn, n to conduct the y V f V" VIV thing with exactly the same zeal as if I of yours Guiltless would be convinced. What . V I believe and mean here, is not taken into account. I just repeat to you: be clever and sensible. '. do not dangle! I'm afraid. Your r r? f r-y. '. cqiqiai take an ooie 'venoungiHsermlt he left the cell, Lichert looked after him like one. tjetsuiit. To be continued.), ,,, Berlin pictures. A few minutes flunabwürts are the engineers at work, the terrain of the Kurfürstenbrücke in front of Läusia in all directions. measure up. At this point it has already been pissed off, because the end. The project, which has recently passed through, will widen the Schloßplatz according to the wishes of the Kaiser, but in truth it can be nicer if only those factors that are responsible for the new Mühendamm are not allowed to go back to work. One calls from time immemorial I ki aVI.I J..u 1 1. . f. tf W. ftuug vz, luvii, en Vguveuoroe, IT would be a shame if the mcnumental new rupture never came about after the previous one,. . -. Vie Tpree is from Müblendamm in the last twenty years, where almost all bridges (with those whose reconstruction is planned) were newly created and could have put something up there. nen. what the famous Seine, bridges of Paris. Contrary to that, I Ct 4C. r. . I mamaz now not the wx sobriety is the watchword. And where a need for splendor would also give up an original, since I .HtlMllh Oli..t ...! . K1.11'1 r. mjuiuui ucii like uzoiuat ooer lucairaiiisij decorated sobriety like e Kaer W 'he mvbrucke. those at point 11 ffc.i ;. ... J fi. '. . . Kl'j? Symbols from the Roman tent over, the find, their electrical lighting, uii W lnaoe mynoe.n f auge n and their siez plastering work happier. wise ni r oon oen lunjlvarbari chey Spreesischen und SpmschiffKN ge. will see thinning. Only here saulles malngen WeUeS lst genuinely iinK IaHa tw "The bridge leads past the beautiful, old-age train locomotive
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