The German court has Sergei Wenergold, the perpetrator of the bomb attack on the team bus of the German football club Borussia Dortmund in april 2017, Tuesday, sentenced to a term of imprisonment of fourteen years. He was found guilty of attempted murder. This risked the 29-year-old Wenergold a lifelong imprisonment.
When the team bus of Dortmund on 11 april 2017, was on his way to the private stadium for the match in the Champions League against AS Monaco, exploded near the vehicle of three nail bombs. The explosives were along the side of the road hiding in a hedge, but made no fatalities. The former Dortmund defender Marc Bartra ran by flying glass, however a hand injury. The match against Monaco was subsequently postponed.
Wenergold gave previously admitted that he was the bombs did go off, but refuted that he victims wanted to make. The court stepped in not join in that reasoning. According to the attorney wanted to Wenergold as much as possible players to bring to life, as well as the share of Borussia on the stock market to plummet. Wenergold had this, speculated, and hoped themselves to enrich. Several players from Dortmund, where Bartra, testified in court about the impact the attack on their lives.