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The German backpacker Dominik Schulze (photo) was killed in Brisbane

Road anger attacker gets the life for the death stab of a German backpacker after being hit by a car while standing on the road with his pants down & waving his genitals & # 39;

  • Jamie Saxon pleaded not guilty of murdering 30-year-old Dominik Schulze
  • He was sentenced to life imprisonment for stabbing the drunken backpacker
  • Schulze was naked and drunk on the way home from McDonalds for the attack
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The German backpacker Dominik Schulze (photo) was killed in Brisbane

The German backpacker Dominik Schulze (photo) was killed in Brisbane

A man who killed a drunk German backpacker in an anger incident on the road was sentenced to life behind bars.

Jamie Saxon pleaded not guilty of murdering 30-year-old Dominik Schulze on October 6, 2017 after a late night fight in Brisbane.

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Mr. Schulze and his mate Jens Mennebroecker were on their way home from McDonald's after a night of drinking when they were hit by a car driven by Saxon's girlfriend, Jessica Wilkes.

The two German backpackers drank cheap beer and wine all day. Mr. Mennebroecker said the couple was in a & # 39; good mood & # 39; had not been so drunk that they could not walk or talk.

Mr. Schulze had his pants down and & # 39; waved his genitals & # 39; when the car knocked him to the ground.

He stood up, apparently unharmed, but was greeted by a furious Saxon, then 33, approaching the two backpackers at his girlfriend's car.

Justice Ann Lyons agreed that Mr. Schulze was abusing and possibly even looking for a fight & # 39; after being hit by the car.

Jamie Saxon (photo) was sentenced to life in prison for murdering the German backpacker

Jamie Saxon (photo) was sentenced to life in prison for murdering the German backpacker

Jamie Saxon (photo) was sentenced to life in prison for murdering the German backpacker

Mr. Schulze was backpacking through Australia at the time of his death. He had his pants down and & # 39; waved his genitals & # 39; when the car, driven by Saxon's girlfriend, crashed him
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Mr. Schulze was backpacking through Australia at the time of his death. He had his pants down and & # 39; waved his genitals & # 39; when the car, driven by Saxon's girlfriend, crashed him

Mr. Schulze was backpacking through Australia at the time of his death. He had his pants down and & # 39; waved his genitals & # 39; when the car, driven by Saxon's girlfriend, crashed him

Saxon pulled a knife from the car and stabbed Mr. Schulze four times during the melee.

The injuries were so severe & # 39; that the intestines protruded from his belly & # 39 ;.

Mr Schulze was taken to the hospital at 4 am, but died the following day around noon.

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Saxon had earlier attacks on his record, The Courier Mail reported.

His family sobbed in court when his life sentence was read out. He will spend at least 20 years behind bars before being eligible for conditional release.

Mennebroecker returned to Australia from Germany to testify during the trial, where he confessed that some of his details may be a bit confused because of the trauma of losing such a good friend.

Emergency services arrived on the scene (photo) after Mr. Schulze was stabbed four times during a dispute with Saxon

Emergency services arrived on the scene (photo) after Mr. Schulze was stabbed four times during a dispute with Saxon

Emergency services arrived on the scene (photo) after Mr. Schulze was stabbed four times during a dispute with Saxon

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He said he didn't see if Mr. Schulze had his pants down. He thought the fight had been in front of the car, while other witnesses said it broke out behind the vehicle.

Mrs. Wilkes said last week that Mr. Schulze had jumped off the ground after she hit him, pulled up his pants, and was aggressive when she and her friend got out of the car.

She said that Mr. Schulze and his friend had pushed both Saxony and Saxony.

The men also threw punches, but these didn't connect because they were so drunk, Wilkes said as well.

She told the court that she was desperately trying to stop the fight between Saxony and Mr. Schulze and his friend.

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Mennebroecker told the court on Monday that Mrs. Wilkes had called against Saxon to & # 39; stop & # 39 ;.

But he denied that they had pushed her when she tried to stop the fight.

& # 39; Nobody touched her, & # 39; Mr. Mennebroecker said during the trial.

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