Now the police are investigating
Sceneishwinti blogger showed mutilated body parts
Video blogger Sceneishwinti is in trouble with the police again. This time it’s about disturbing recordings that he has distributed uncensored on his Telegram channel.
Blogger Sceneishwinti is in trouble with the police. It’s about a telegram post in which the Winterthur native showed a severed head, uncensored.
Marian NadlerEditor News
There are bad recordings that the Winterthur blogger Sceneishwinti published on Telegram. And he knows that too: on his other social media channels he only showed them pixelated.
The photos show a severed head and other mutilated body parts, as reported by the “Landbote”. The publication of the pictures does not remain without consequences. “The police are investigating me,” he explains to his fans in a video published on Tiktok last weekend.
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In the video, the blogger tells of a call from the Winterthur city police and a written summons that he received. He also shows the letter in the clip. Accordingly, the police want to question the Winterthurer about a violation of the criminal code in the context of depictions of violence.
He wants full information
The law prohibits the distribution or possession of footage depicting “cruel acts of violence against people or animals.” Provided they “seriously violate the elementary dignity of man”. The investigation must show whether there has been a violation.
But why did the Tiktoker show the recordings at all? The disturbing images were sent to a follower along with death threats, he explains in the video. The operator defends himself that he wants to provide as much information as possible.
Thousands of people watch the videos
In the meantime he has taken the pictures off the internet and is repentant. He sees that the publication of the recordings was a mistake.
Sceneishwinti reaches thousands of people with his posts. 44,000 people follow him on Tiktok, and over 10,000 people have subscribed to him on Instagram.
It’s not the first time the video producer has had trouble with the judiciary. The Zurich Supreme Court sentenced him to a fine of 1,800 francs this year because he had warned of traffic controls on his Instagram channel. (nad)