A whistle sounded. The two dogs immediately return to their master who is repairing his car. The couple’s wife approaches to complain and ask for a report to use her insurance for the care of the dog. She is then bluntly pushed away and told to “go back home” because of her Eastern accent. Her husband intervenes and takes a blow from a dynamometric wrench (a metal rod 45 centimeters) on the arm, then another at the level of the temple which makes him lose consciousness. The doctor will grant him ten days of total interruption of work, five for his partner.
He calls himself bipolar
What justified this level of violence? The defendant explains that he responded to “a slap” and a bite from the little dog. What none of the witnesses confirmed to the police.
The 26-year-old young man, who already has five criminal convictions for acts of violence and drunkenness in particular, then displays an alcohol level of 0.74 milligrams per liter of exhaled air (1.5 grams per liter of blood). However, “alcohol is not the problem”, he assures. He says he is indeed bipolar and, therefore, subject to radical mood swings. The fact is that “you were in a state of uncontrollable fury”, points out the Public Ministry.