One tweet said that “we are watching you and we will bring such creatures before the people's tribunals to be set up in the future,” they said. The suspect was cooperative during Friday's raid and investigators are evaluating material that they seized, prosecutors said.
The lead came from prosecutors in Wels, Austria. They had dropped an investigation of their own on the grounds that the suspect and the alleged crime were in Germany and German authorities were responsible for the case, but said Friday they have reopened it, the Austria Press Agency reported.
They said the doctor’s death put the case back in their jurisdiction and they were working with German prosecutors.