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Ingrid Eißele

Ingrid Eißele

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phone: +49 (0) 71 51-96 46 0

Autorin / Stuttgart

Germany, educational issues, criminal trials

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Vita:

Born in 1962 into a winemaking dynasty. Trained as a journalist at the Waiblinger Kreiszeitung before taking a year off to travel. Co-founder of Zeitenspiegel. Specialist for Latin America. Stern correspondent for Baden-Württemberg since 1994, with a focus on educational and societal issues. Her book Kalte Kinder (cold-hearted children) is published by Herder.

Interview

"Eine diffuse Wut auf die Welt"

Erschienen auf "stern.de", 15. Juli 2015

Der mutmaßliche Amokläufer von Tiefenthal, der am Freitag aus dem Auto heraus zwei Menschen erschoss, soll wahngestört sein. Peter Winckler, Gerichtspsychiater und forensischer Gutachter aus Tübingen, über die Angst vor psychisch Kranken.

Feature

"Der gehört totgeschlagen"

Ein 82-jähriger Bauer erschießt seinen Sohn, mit vier Schüssen aus dem Repetiergewehr. Vor Gericht zeigen sich die Abgründe einer tief zerrütteten Familie.

Interview

"Sometimes I thought it would be better if he killed himself"

Appeared in Stern, 4 Sept. 2014

Married for decades, two grown children. The police find child pornography on his PC. Thousands of images. Why are they still together? An encounter with a couple living at the limits of stress.

Profiles

The Job of Backnang

Erschienen auf "stern.de", 14. März 2013

On Sunday night a woman and seven children died upstairs of smoke inhalation. Four years ago, his daughter died in the school shooting in Winnenden. Beverage retailer Walter Schüle of Backnang wonders if he’s living under a curse.

Interview

"Mass murders will affect us more frequently"

Erschienen auf "stern.de", 19. Dezember 2012

Yuri Minasenko’s 16-year-old daughter was killed in the 2009 Winnenden school shooting. The psychiatrist talks about the aftereffects - and parallels with the murders in Newtown.

Interview

The end of a family

Appeared in "stern" 8/2012

Von Writers Dr. Rainer Nübel und Ingrid Eißele

Their mother was abducted and murdered. Their father, director of a small-town S&L, committed suicide. The police interrogated them on and off for months. Christoph and Carina Bögerl recall their darkest hours.