Berlin (dpa) –
The trial of the Berlin rapper Fler at eight charges starts today, Friday, in the second attempt.
The 38-year-old is accused of insulting, damaging property, attempted coercion, driving without a license and violating the confidentiality of the word before the Berlin-Tiergarten district court.
According to the indictment, the rapper is said to have insulted different people again and again. On the Internet he described another artist as a “bastard” and “disgusting dog”. Rapper Fler, bourgeois Patrick Losensky, is said to have repeatedly cursed police officers for minutes. He is said to have threatened a journalist to knock his teeth out.
Due to the rapper’s illness, the trial failed at the first attempt at the end of November 2020. During the negotiation at the time, Fler was silent. One of his defense lawyers had stated that the alleged insults should be seen in the light of freedom of expression and viewed in context. Insults are common in the rapper milieu and are also an expression of artistic freedom.
Before the first trial, Fler and his lawyers had informed the German Press Agency in an extensive email: “As will be shown in the main hearing, a considerable part of the allegations is inaccurate, falsified or taken out of context in such a way that
The indictment and press reports are not able to approximate the events. “
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