Marianne Bachmeier (3 June 1950 in Sarstedt – 17 September 1996 in Lübeck) became famous in Germany after she shot the alleged murderer of her daughter Anna Bachmeier in an act of vigilantism in the hall of the District Court of Lübeck in 1981.

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  • Marianne Bachmeier (3 June 1950 in Sarstedt – 17 September 1996 in Lübeck) became famous in Germany after she shot the alleged murderer of her daughter Anna Bachmeier in an act of vigilantism in the hall of the District Court of Lübeck in 1981. (en)
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  • Marianne Bachmeier (3 June 1950 in Sarstedt – 17 September 1996 in Lübeck) became famous in Germany after she shot the alleged murderer of her daughter Anna Bachmeier in an act of vigilantism in the hall of the District Court of Lübeck in 1981. (en)
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