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    • Schweini ist ein Spitzname. Nett gemeint. Ich glaube nicht das "Dirty Schwein" auch so gemeint ist. ;) Dieses primitive Wortspiel hat die Presse ganz gezielt gemacht und es sollte eigentlich im Interesse aller sein, was der FC Bayern jetzt macht.

      Und was heißt an die eigene Nase fassen? Das macht ja der FC Bayern und nicht die deutsche Presse. Um das klar zu sagen: Der deutsche Boulevardjournalismus ist nicht besser als der englische! :bild: Nicht das es falsch rüberkommt.
    • so,siehts aus ,Lars.

      Trotzdem ist die Reaktion albern und lächerlich. Anders herum würden die Briten bestimmt nicht so jämmerlich reagieren und eine Entschuldigung fordern und die Presse draussen lassen. :(
    • Die Reaktion ist nicht albern. Die ist ein absolutes MUSS! Und ich bin mir sicher, dass das auch die englischen Clubs so sehen. Wie auch sonstige Clubs auf dem Erdball. Die Macht der Presse, mit dem immer weiter voranschreitenden Missbrauch der Pressefreiheit, hat schlimme Ausnahme angenommen. Da ist der Sport natürlich nur eine Randnotiz, aber immerhin. Ein Mensch brauch sich nicht ohne jeden Grund von einem Journalisten öffentlich beleidigen lassen. Das muss niemand.

      Und wenn Du glaubst, die Engländer seien da härter oder stehen mehr drüber. Ganz im Gegenteil! Die sind auch nicht anders als der Rest oder eben auch die Deutschen. Austeilen können sie alle. Nur mit dem Einstecken hapert es noch. Wie gesagt, überall. :bierkruege:
    • sehe ich anders,Lars. Kann mich nicht entsinnen,dass die diesbezüglich auch mal so herum geheult haben und eine Entschuldigung verlangt haben. :(

      das ist typisch deutsche "Richtigkeit" :look: man will stets über allem stehen und das nervt halt.

      aber egal,lassen wir das. ;)
    • Erst einmal muss es etwas vergleichbares geben. Daran scheitert es wahrscheinlich schon. Ich habe mich in britischen Foren umgesehen und habe ja auch wie Du weißt unzählige Briten bei Facebook. Die finden das deutlich mehrheitlich in Ordnung.

      Schau mal den dazugehörigen Thread auf FF an. Du wirst Dich wundern, wie viele das richtig finden.

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    • Ich habe niemanden gefragt. ;) Das haben die doch alleine diskutiert. Und da kümmert doch niemanden meine Meinung. Die haben alle ihre eigene. Und die große Mehrheit sieht es so, dass der FC Bayern absolut richtig gehandelt hat. Wenn die englische Presse Magath mit der Comicfigur Lübke vergleicht, das hat mit Humor zu tun. Aber sich ohne jeden Grund von einer Zeitung als dreckiges Schwein bezeichnen lassen zu müssen, nur weil man ein Tor geschossen hat, das geht einfach nicht und da gibt es auch keinen Millimeter Spielraum. Das ist auch kein englischer Humor, das ist gar keiner.
    • Heute mal in der Variante "Freiheit der Presse" ... also wie man Schlagzeilen formuliert und in die Welt posaunt. Der Schocker ist, diesmal dreht nicht die BBC frei, sondern STV ...

      NewsNow (Datum jetzt)
      Rangers fan who killed woman in hit-and-run after match is jailed STV 12:59
      Man jailed for hit-and-run death BBC 12:38


      BBC

      20 August 2014 Last updated at 10:36 GMT

      John Henderson jailed over Audrey Gray hit-and-run death

      A man who claimed in court he was a "competent driver" has been jailed for three years for a hit-and-run death.

      John Henderson ran over 50-year-old Audrey Gray on McGregor Street, in Glasgow's Drumoyne area, on 4 May 2013.

      He claimed his car "lurched" and he did not stop due to "shock" and "panic". Henderson was arrested the next day.

      At the High Court in Edinburgh, the 55-year-old, of Bishopton, Renfrewshire, was jailed after being convicted of causing death by dangerous driving.

      Jailing him, judge Lord Carloway said: "I don't think I can do other than impose a custodial sentence in your case."

      "I take into account the fact that you are a first offender and I accept also you are a hard-working person who before this event led a blameless life."
      'Reprehensible conduct'

      The judge said: "I also take into account the conduct of the deceased which was undoubtedly reprehensible in the manner she approached your car."

      But Lord Carloway said he had to sentence on the verdict of the jury and pointed out that causing death by dangerous driving was a serious offence which will normally attract a jail sentence.

      He also banned Henderson from driving for five years.
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      I think I made errors that day but under duress”

      John Henderson

      The court heard how engineer Henderson ran over Ms Gray, who was from Aboyne Street in Govan, shortly after he had been at a Rangers football match.

      He had not long left Ibrox Stadium having celebrated Rangers winning the Division Three title.

      The jury was told that Ms Gray had been spotted shouting towards the car Henderson was in shortly before the fatal collision.

      She appeared to continue yelling at Henderson and others as they got in the car.

      Jobeth Boyle, 16, told the jury how she witnessed her friend eventually being struck.

      The teenager told the court: "When he (Henderson) turned the wheel around, the side of the car hit her then drove over her and then away."
      'Big bump'

      Ms Boyle said she raced to help Ms Gray and "just said her name" to try and rouse her. She then phoned for an ambulance using her friend's phone.

      Other passers-by also came to the aid of Ms Gray, but she never recovered from her injuries.

      Henderson gave evidence during the trial and claimed the car he was driving "lurched" forward after his foot slipped off the clutch while he was adjusting his car seat.

      He told his QC Gordon Jackson that he remembered feeling a "big bump", but that he had not meant to hit Ms Gray.

      Henderson claimed he stopped the vehicle close to the scene - but never went to help.

      Asked why, he told the court: "I honestly don't know - shock, panic. My thought processes had just gone."

      Henderson was arrested the next day and initially charged with Ms Gray's murder.

      In cross examination, prosecutor Bruce Erroch said Henderson's claims of what happened that day were not of a "careful and competent driver".

      But, Henderson said: "I am a careful and competent driver."

      Mr Erroch asked: "You think you were that day?" Henderson replied: "I think I made errors that day but under duress."


      STV
      Rangers fan who killed woman in hit-and-run after match is jailed

      20 August 2014

      An engineer who killed a woman in a hit-and-run after a Rangers game before claiming he was a "careful driver" has been jailed for three years.

      John Henderson struck and then ran over Audrey Gray after he had been at Ibrox stadium in May 2013.

      Despite the 50-year-old lying dying on the road, Henderson fled the scene without calling the emergency services.

      He claimed that the death was a "tragic accident" after his vehicle "lurched" forward while he was trying to adjust his car seat.

      During his trial, Henderson, 55, insisted: "I am a careful and competent driver."

      The fatal incident in McGregor Street, in Glasgow, took place on shortly on May 4 last year near Ibrox.

      A senior judge at the High Court in Edinburgh on Wednesday handed Henderson a three-year prison term for causing death by dangerous driving.

      The Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Carloway, said: "I don't think I can do anything other impose a custodial sentence in your case.

      "I take into account the fact that you are a first offender and I accept also you are a hard-working person who before this event led a blameless life.

      "I also take into account the conduct of the deceased which was undoubtedly reprehensible in the manner she approached your car."

      But Lord Carloway said he had to sentence on the verdict of the jury but said he had no option but to impose a custodial sentence.

      He also banned Henderson of Bishopton, in Renfrewshire, from driving for five years.

      Henderson was earlier found guilty of causing the death of Miss Gray, 50, of Aboyne Street, in Glasgow, by driving dangerously.

      Shouting

      His trial heard that she had been spotted shouting towards the car he was in shortly before the fatal incident in the Drumoyne area.

      Henderson and others had not long left Ibrox stadium where Rangers had celebrated winning the Division Three title.

      Miss Gray appeared to continue yelling at Henderson and the others as they got in the car.

      Jobeth Boyle told how she witnessed her friend being hit by the car and said: "When he turned the wheel around the side of the car hit her, then drove over her and then away."

      She called for an ambulance and other passers-by went to the aid of the victim but she never recovered from her injuries.

      During the trial Henderson had claimed that the car lurched forward after his foot slipped off the clutch while he was adjusting his seat.

      Prosecutor Bruce Erroch said his claims of what happened that day were not those of a careful and competent driver. Henderson replied: "I am a careful and competent driver."

      The advocate depute asked him if he thought he was on that day and he responded: "I think I made errors that day, but under duress."

      Defence counsel Tony Lenehan said the case involved "an exceptional set of circumstances".Mr Lenehan said there were none of the factors that often featured in such cases such as speed, drink or the use of a mobile phone.

      "That day but for the actions of the deceased there would have been no event worthy of note."


      ... und wenn man dann liest, was das Opfer getan hat, fragt man sich, wieso solch eine Schlagzeile. Was hat sein Status als Rangers-Fan mit dem Vorfall an sich zu tun? Mal völlig unabhängig von der Tragik des Ganzen an sich.
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    • Der Berliner schrieb:

      Der Schocker ist, diesmal dreht nicht die BBC frei, sondern STV ...

      Von STV schon echt enttäuschend, da die eigentlich seriös(er) sind. Aber keine Sorge, die BBC setzte dem Ganzen noch die Krone auf. Die setzten nicht Rangers in die Überschrift, nein, die packten es sogar komplett als Meldung des Tages in den Rangers-Sportteil. So etwas habe ich wahrlich noch nie gesehen und zeigt, wie zerfressen die sind. :stoehn:
    • Kommen wir zur Presse jenseits Schottlands, bzw. mittlerweile auch GBs, werden Fakten plötzlich nicht mit Wunschdenken und Falschmeldungen (ooops: Halbwahrheiten) vermengt:

      Phoenix Suns owner makes aggressive bid to purchase Scottish giant Rangers

      Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver is making an aggressive bid to buy majority control of the iconic Scottish soccer club Rangers, according to NBA sources.

      ESPN.com sources confirmed on Sunday a BBC Sports report in Scotland that Sarver has lodged a bid of 18 million pounds ($27.5 million) to purchase a controlling stake in the fallen giants, who have again drifted into difficult times financially after essentially going bankrupt in 2012.

      One source briefed on the process told ESPN.com that if successful in securing majority control, Sarver is "looking to invest a significant amount of capital" into Rangers in an attempt to help restore the club to ‎their top-division status in Scotland and resuscitate their storied Old Firm rivalry with Celtic, which ranks as one of the most passionate derbies in the sport.

      A general board decision to respond Sarver's offer is scheduled for Monday. Sources told ESPN.com that Sarver's interest in the Glasgow club was initiated by former Rangers and Scotland defender David Robertson, who now resides in the Phoenix area and has coached Sarver's sons in youth soccer.

      Sarver declined comment when reached Sunday by ESPN. BBC Scotland reported that Rangers officials have likewise declined comment after Sarver formally made the offer to purchase a majority stake in the club shortly after Christmas‎.

      After its financial collapse and expulsion from the Scottish Premier League, humbled Rangers were forced to drop all the way to the fourth tier of Scottish football starting in the 2012-13 season, which led to the departure of three American national-teamers who had become fixtures at the club: Carlos Bocanegra, Maurice Edu and Alejandro Bedoya. Other U.S. stars to have turned out for the Scottish giants include DaMarcus Beasley and current NYCFC director of football operations, Claudio Reyna.

      Rangers currently sit in second place in the Scottish Championship, one rung below the Scottish Premiership, but are 13 points behind table-topping Hearts. The club has been crowned Scottish league champions 54 times in their history and earned successive promotions in the past two seasons after relaunching in Scotland's lowest professional division in the fall of 2012.


      ESPN

      Das "relaunching" im letzten Satz bezieht sich eher auf "das Fußballspielen in einer Liga", denn die Existenz als Verein.
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    • 09:59: Rangers update Chris McLaughlin BBC Sport

      Rangers' latest crisis loan was taken to avoid being wound up by HMRC, BBC Scotland has learned. It's understood the club received a seven-day notice letter at the end of December for the payment of national insurance.


      Halten wir mal eben fest, daß Jahre nach dem Herausgeben von vertraulichen Informationen durch HMRC an diverse, nicht zuletzt BBC-Journalisten, erneut vertrauliche Geschäftsinformationen in die Hände von Scrote & Co. gelangt sind.
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    • Vergleichen wir mal heute den Daily Record (Die Redaktion voll mit Yahoos) in ihrem Bericht zu den Festnahmen. Aufgabe: such den ersten namentlich genannten Yahoo!

      AN ENGLISH football yob who travelled to Glasgow for Sunday’s Old Firm clash is facing jail after called a policeman a “jock c**t”.

      Rangers casual Alexander Blood, 21, admitted hurling the racist bile at PC Graham Adams when he was told to move from outside a pub at Eglinton Street.

      Blood, from Salford, Greater Manchester, was among 16 Old Firm fans who appeared in court today.

      He was granted bail to await sentence after admitted confronting Adams with clenched fists and saying: “I can’t f***ing understand you Jock c**t”.

      The joiner is a well known football thug and is already banned from all stadiums in England and Wales.

      Another Rangers fan Scott Lamont, 24, from Hertfordshire, admitted singing “up to our knees in Fenian blood” on the way to the game. He was also

      Sheriff Paul Crozier warned him that he was facing jail and added: “People should be able to go to a football match and not be subjected to this sort of stuff.”

      A total of 14 other fans who were arrested and held on Sunday night face trials in July and August after denying charges laid against them at the court yesterday.

      Gary Reid, 20, was arrested on Cathcart Road, close to Hampden, after police allegedly spotted him provocatively taunting Celtic fans. Reid denies pushing through a police cordon to shout and swear at opposition fans.

      Ryan Bell, 28, from Bo’ness denies singing a song about Unionist group the Young Citizens Volunteers, which promotes violence.

      Allan Baillie, 25, also from Bo’ness, was accused of public disorder offenses on Cathcart Road, which he denies.

      Liam Clarke, 19, was arrested on the Gallowgate after allegedly being spotted shouting and swearing, which he denied yesterday. Clarke, of Glasgow, denies making homophobic comments.


      Jaymie Wiggins, 17, a coach with Greenock Morton, appeared yesterday alongside Daniel Darroch, 28, both accused of shouting and swearing on Cathcart Road after the match.

      The men denied the charge but Darroch admitted being in possession of cocaine, which was found when police searched him.

      Stuart Stephen , 23, of Merrivale, Aberdeen, also denies singing sectarian songs on Letherby Drive, close to the stadium, after the match.

      Gary Boyd, 39, was held by police on Prospecthill Road after allegedly gesticulating aggressively towards opposition fan, shouting and swearing and making sectarian remarks. He denies the charge.

      Callum Milligan, 19, of Glossop, Derbyshire, denies breaching the peace by shouting and swearing on Victoria Road and refusing to stop when given a warning by police officers.

      Jamie Cowie, Chesterfield, denies assaulting Ciaran O’Quigley in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow’s city centre, by barging into him and elbowing him.

      Cowie is further charged with shouting, swearing and making sectarian remarks, which he denies.


      Kane Lamont, 19, from Dumfries, denies shouting and swearing and acting in an aggressive manner.

      Alexander Chugg, 42, from Cambuslang, is accused of shouting and swearing near McDonalds on Argyle Street, in the city centre. He denies the charge.

      Seven other men who had spent Sunday night in custody were liberated without appearing before a sheriff yesterday. It is thought they may appear at a later date.

      Greig McColl, 39, from Drumchapel, pled not guilty to behaving in a threatening and abusive way to police and later sexually assaulting a female officer by “seizing hold of her bottom”. He appeared in court wearing a Rangers tracksuit.

      Alexander Brisbane, 54, from Dennistoun, denied singing offensive songs.

      A total of 37 people were arrested in connection with Sunday’s game.

      Celtic eased to a 2-0 victory amid a large police presence. It was the first meeting of the two clubs since Rangers’ liquidation in 2012.

      The court also heard how former Rangers youth player Vic Nelson, now with Stenhousemuir, disgraced himself by invading the pitch during Dundee United’s victory over Aberdeen on Saturday.

      Glaswegian Nelson, 19, had been boozing from the morning and ran on to celebrate United scoring with the players on the pitch.

      The footballer, who also works as a steward at Celtic Park, was fined £200 after admitting the breach of the peace charge.

      Also arrested on Saturday was Francis Byrne, who was fined £200 after he admitted shouting and swearing before struggling with police and Hampden security staff.


      Andernorts dagegen ...

      THE thugs, believed to be Celtic supporters, hurled abuse at the mini bus before wedging open the door and fired a bottle hitting the 10-year-old fan's face.

      10 YEAR-old Rangers fan lost three teeth after he was hit in the face with a bottle as he travelled to his first Old Firm match.

      Police Scotland said thugs surrounded a Ford minibus on Cathcart Road near to Nutberry Court, Mount Florida and hurled abuse at the occupants.

      The yobs then managed to open the main door and one launched a glass bottle at the passengers.

      It is understood the vehicle was full of Rangers fans and it was targeted by rival Celtic supporters.

      The victim was travelling to the League Cup semi final with his dad when the mob struck around 12.15pm on Sunday.

      The schoolboy, who lives in Glasgow, was taken to the city’s Yorkhill Hospital where he was treated for a hairline fracture and kept in overnight.

      He also lost three teeth in the terrifying assault.

      Detective Constable Kenneth MacEwan urged anyone with information about the cowardly attack to come forward.

      He said: “This was an appalling assault on the boy who was with his dad and fellow supporters going to his first Celtic v Rangers game.

      “He never got to the match but instead was detained overnight in hospital and has a facial injury and teeth missing.

      “We do believe that this was football related.

      “Yes, it would appear that the bottle was deliberately thrown at the mini bus, however, we don’t think the boy was specifically targeted as such.

      “Obviously Cathcart Road was very busy at this time so plenty people would have been about when this happened.

      would appeal to them or indeed any of the group which we believe the man was with, to contact police.”

      The man who threw the bottle is described as white, 5 ft 11 in, of heavy build and was wearing green clothing and possibly a white beanie hat.

      The suspect and the men he was with continued along Cathcart Road and into Cathkin Park, towards Hampden Park.

      Police made 37 arrests - including 12 for sectarian breach of the peace - before, during and after the match, which Celtic won


      Aber das der DR es kann, wenn er will, zeigt das hier ...

      A FATHER of four lies under sedation in hospital after being brutally beaten on the night of the Old Firm game.

      Two thugs launched an unprovoked attack on Rangers fan James Martin, 37, outside the pub where he had watched the match a few hours earlier.

      James’s wife Laurette said he was knocked unconscious then kicked in the head repeatedly as he lay helpless.

      Doctors sedated lorry driver James after giving him a brain scan.

      It’s feared he may have suffered long-term damage, and he will have more tests on his brain in the coming days.

      Laurette Martin has pleaded for help in tracking down the "scum" who battered her husband Jim Laurette Martin has pleaded for help in tracking down the "scum" who battered her husband Jim

      He also has a broken jaw which will need surgery, broken teeth and cuts and bruises to his face.

      Laurette, 38, who released photos of James in hospital, claims the “drunken thugs” responsible were Celtic fans.

      She released photos of her husband lying in hospital and urged the public to help police catch the attackers.

      James was assaulted at about 10.40pm on Sunday as he walked past McAlpine’s Bar in Newarthill, Lanarkshire.

      His son Jordan, 17, was with him and was also targeted.

      Sam Hardie/Pressteam Scotland McAlpine's Bar in Newarthill, Lanarkshire
      McAlpine's Bar in Newarthill, Lanarkshire

      James had been in the pub earlier, watching his team lose to Celtic in the first Old Firm match for three years.

      Laurette said he went home to his family after the game but popped out later to go to the local shop and was attacked on his way home.

      “James was approached by two guys,” said Laurette. “One of them asked for a cigarette and he gave him one.

      “The other guy then attacked my husband by punching him. He slipped on ice with that punch and was knocked out instantly. The guy proceeded to kick James repeatedly while the other guy attacked Jordan.

      Pressteam Scotland Laurette says Jim suffered a broken jaw, broken teeth, and cuts and bruises to his face. He has been sedated by medics after undergoing a brain scan and it is feared he may suffer long-term damage
      Laurette says Jim suffered a broken jaw, broken teeth, and cuts and bruises to his face. He has been sedated by medics after undergoing a brain scan and it is feared he may suffer long-term damage

      “Jordan fought back and managed to escape and ran to passing cars for help. It just so happened his aunt was going to work and he stopped her.”

      Laurette ran to the scene and James was taken to hospital. She claimed: “The guys who attacked him were Celtic supporters.

      “My husband likes Rangers but doesn’t take it seriously like most do. He doesn’t wear strips or make kids wear strips.”

      Laurette appealed to local people to tell police if a “friend, son, brother or boyfriend” came home with blood on them on Sunday night.

      She added: “It would be mostly on their shoes, from kicking my husband’s head repeatedly in front of his son.

      “Do the right thing and call the police. These guys deserve punishment.”

      Police said: “Inquiries are continuing.”


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    • Auf der anderen Seite, hat die BBC solche Leute wie Delahunt, die nicht nur völlig Dummschwätzen, wenn es um uns geht (also "King solle doch mal ruhig sein, ist ja auch ein Steuersünder, fragt mal in Südafrika nach!" ... hätte er selbst erstmal machen sollen), nein, der labert auch sowas hier:

      "If Celtic win the Treble, Delia will be one of the most sought after managers in Europe! " :amkopfkratz: :stoehn:
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    • Das Board hat es getan! Sie haben den Daily Record gebannt. Man soll's nicht glauben. Und gleich weint Keith Jackson ein wenig herum. NAtürlich hat die Vereinsführung ganz anderes im Sinn als wir, aber das hätte schon vor 4 Jahren passieren müssen.

      Und warum? Weil es seit der Zeit (allerspätestens) keinen neutralen Journalismus mehr gibt, nicht zuletzt vom Daily Record. Denn wie zum Hohn hauen sie heute einen Beitrag zu denjenigen raus, die einen Rangers-Fan fast totgeschlagen hätten:

      Pair in court charged with attempted murder of dad-of-four outside pub on Old Firm night

      GRAHAM Murray, 29, and Grant Murray, 19, face charges of carrying out the horrific attack on Jim Martin on February 1.

      TWO men have appeared in court charged with the attempted murder of a dad of four on the day of an Old Firm match .

      Graham Murray, 29, and Grant Murray, 19, appeared in private and face charges of carrying out the alleged attack on Jim Martin, 37 .

      The men, both of Motherwell , made no plea or declaration at Hamilton Sheriff Court and were remanded in custody.

      They face allegations they assaulted HGV driver Jim, of Newarthill, to his severe injury, danger of life and attempted to murder him on February 1.

      Grant Murray faces further claims of assault and breach of the peace.

      Both men are expected to appear at court for a second time on Friday.

      Rangers fan Jim was treated in hospital after he was found injured outside a pub in his hometown just hours after he had watched Celtic beat Rangers 2-0 at Hampden Park .

      His wife Laurette, 38, later released pictures of his injuries as she appealed for information.

      Prosecutors have revealed a third man reported in connection with the incident has been released but could still be taken to court.

      A Crown Office spokesman said: “The procurator fiscal received a report concerning a 24-year-old man in connection with an incident said to have occurred in Motherwell on February 1, 2015.

      “After full and careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the report, the accused was liberated from custody and did not appear in court in relation to this incident.

      “The case remains under consideration by the procurator fiscal”.


      Wer in diesem Beitrag "Celtic-Fan" bei den Schuldigen sucht, der kann das lange tun. :kotz:
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    • Ja, es ist schon echt beschämend. Celtic wird in Schottland von Presse und Medien bis zum Erbrechen gepudert.

      Die Verbannung des Daily Rhebel? Ja, natürlich lange überfällig. Aber wie Du schon sagst jetzt aus völlig schwachsinnigen Gründen. Trifft aber natürlich nicht den Falschen, also kein Mitleid, wenngleich dieses hier für mich kein Grund wäre. Aber die gab es zu Hunderten zuvor.