Berlin’s top World Glass official shot himself in the head hours after the competition finished on Sunday night yet survived his evident suicide attempt, a police representative said today Emergency administrations found the man, who was th

July 2006
Berlin’s top World Glass official shot himself in the head hours after the competition finished on
Sunday night yet survived his evident suicide attempt, a police representative said today
Emergency administrations found the man, who was the Berlin nearby government’s agent on the World Glass sorting out committee, at his house in the rural areas of Berlin early on Monday
The Berliner Zeitung day by day revealed that the man, a 65-year-old widower called Juergen Kiessling, had cleared out two suicide notes, one for his little girl what’s more, one for his family
‘Life-threatening’
Citing a police source, the daily paper said Kiessling had “political” problems German media said his condition remained life-threatening
Berlin facilitated the World Glass last on Sunday at the point when more than a million fans spilled on to the city’s avenues as Italy beat France 5-3 on penalties, finishing up the four-week event
The competition was a enormous victory for Germany what’s more, its capital city, which facilitated millions of fans in its “Fan Mile” seeing region close the Brandenburg Door without incident

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