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AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W72
June 21, 2013
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, is pictured in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W71
June 21, 2013
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, is pictured in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6Y
June 21, 2013
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, is pictured in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6U
June 21, 2013
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, is pictured in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6S
June 21, 2013
Building materials stand in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Building material stand in the garden of the house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl in Amstetten
Building materials stand in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CITYSPACE)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6P
June 21, 2013
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl in Amstetten
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CITYSPACE)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6N
June 21, 2013
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl in Amstetten
A concrete tank stands in the garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: CRIME LAW CITYSPACE)
AUSTRIA-FRITZL/
RTX10W6G
June 21, 2013
The garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Garden of house of Austrian prisoner Fritzl is filled with building materials in Amstetten
The garden of the house of Josef Fritzl, who kept his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children in the cellar, is filled with building materials, in the village of Amstetten June 21, 2013. The cellar is being sealed off with concrete, much to the relief of neighbours keen to forget one of Austria's most horrific crimes. Fritzl, was sentenced in 2009 to life imprisonment in a special unit for the criminally insane for incest, rape, coercion, false imprisonment, enslavement and for the negligent homicide of one of his infant sons. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SNL2
October 14, 2011
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front of Buntmetall factory during a strike in Amstetten some 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Vienna, October 14, 2011. Workers are on strike in several companies demanding higher salaries while annual negotiations with the industry are interrupted. Text reads "On strike". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SNL1
October 14, 2011
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front of Buntmetall factory during a strike in Amstetten some 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Vienna, October 14, 2011. Workers are on strike in several companies demanding higher salaries while annual negotiations with the industry are interrupted. Banner reads "We are fighting for our collective treaty". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SNL0
October 14, 2011
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front of Buntmetall factory during a strike in Amstetten some 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Vienna, October 14, 2011. Workers are on strike in several companies demanding higher salaries while annual negotiations with the industry are interrupted. Texts reads "On strike". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AUSTRIA/
RTR2SNKY
October 14, 2011
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front...
Representatives of the metal industry's union "PRO-GE" commonly known as "Metaller" demonstrate in front of Buntmetall factory during a strike in Amstetten some 100 kilometres (62 miles) west of Vienna, October 14, 2011. Workers are on strike in several companies demanding higher salaries while annual negotiations with the industry are interrupted. Texts reads "On strike". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT CIVIL UNREST)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUGF
March 16, 2009
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUG8
March 16, 2009
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUG7
March 16, 2009
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUG4
March 16, 2009
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUFX
March 16, 2009
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . "Polizei - Betreten verboten" reads "Police - entry forbidden". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA-INCEST/
RTXCUFV
March 16, 2009
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten
The locked entrance to the backyard of the house of Josef Fritzl is pictured in Amstetten March 16, 2009. Fritzl, a 73-year-old Austrian who locked his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathered seven children with her, pleaded guilty to incest on Monday but denied murdering a newborn son who died underground. Fritzl pleaded "partially" guilty to rape -- understood to mean he is contesting the way the charge is worded -- and deprivation of liberty. He said he was fully guilty of depriving the children marooned underground of their liberty. Fritzl, also pleaded innocent to a charge of enslaving his daughter Elisabeth for most of her life, according to Reuters reporters at the closed-door trial . "Polizei - Betreten verboten" reads "Police - entry forbidden". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA CONFLICT SOCIETY)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLFT
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLFS
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLFM
March 10, 2009
A road sign for the town of Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A road sign of Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is pictured in eastern...
A road sign for the town of Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured in eastern Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLFG
March 10, 2009
A road sign for the town of Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A road sign of Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is pictured in eastern...
A road sign for the town of Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured in eastern Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLFA
March 10, 2009
The house where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is picturedin Amstetten
The house where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence in eastern Austrian town of Amstetten, March 10, 2009. The trial of Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLF9
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLEY
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLEQ
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLEO
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLEL
March 10, 2009
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009....
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria
An exterior view of the prison in Sankt Poelten in Austria's province of Lower Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Austrian Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison.REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLE6
March 10, 2009
The house where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is pictured in Amstetten
The house where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence in eastern Austrian town of Amstetten, March 10, 2009. The trial of Josef Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA/
RTXCLDY
March 10, 2009
The house in Amstetten, where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a...
The house in Amstetten, where Austrian Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence in eastern Austria March 10, 2009. The trial of Fritzl, a man who had kept his daughter prisoner in a cellar for 24 years, will take place from March 16 to 20 in the court of Sankt Poelten next to the prison. REUTERS/Dominic Ebenbichler (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5P19
May 14, 2008
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display behind a shop window in Amstetten May 14, 2008. The text reads: "We, the whole family, want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your sympathies with our fate. Your compassion helps us a lot to cope with this difficult time and shows us, that there are also good and honest people. We hope the time will come for us to find back into normal life again!". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5P16
May 14, 2008
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years,...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years,...
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display behind a shop window in Amstetten May 14, 2008. Text reads: Elisabeth - "Wishes: Convalescence of my daughter Kerstin. The childrens' love. Protection of the family. People with lots of heart and understanding". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5P0Y
May 14, 2008
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display behind a shop window in Amstetten May 14, 2008. The text reads: "We, the whole family, want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your sympathies with our fate. Your compassion helps us a lot to cope with this difficult time and shows us, that there are also good and honest people. We hope the time will come for us to find back into normal life again!". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5P0Q
May 14, 2008
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years,...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years,...
A part of a poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display behind a shop window in Amstetten May 14, 2008. Texts read: Stefan - "I miss my sister. Happy about freedom and my family. I like the sun, the fresh air and the nature". Alexander - "I desire freedom, strength and power and the sun. I miss the fire brigade, the school and sister Kerstin". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5P01
May 14, 2008
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display...
A poster made by the family of Josef Fritzl, who had kept his daughter prisoner for 24 years, is on display behind a shop window in Amstetten May 14, 2008. The text reads: "We, the whole family, want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your sympathies with our fate. Your compassion helps us a lot to cope with this difficult time and shows us, that there are also good and honest people. We hope the time will come for us to find back into normal life again!". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5HDU
May 08, 2008
A firefighter stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl, are being treated...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A firefighter stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl are being treated...
A firefighter stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl, are being treated in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 8, 2008. Fritzl, a 73-year-old electrical engineer, lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugged her and locked her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Three of the children remained locked up with their mother in the basement and never saw sunlight until their fate was revealed nearly two weeks ago.
REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5HDL
May 08, 2008
A security guard stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl, are being treated...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A security guard stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl are being treated...
A security guard stands in front of the Mauer hospital where the family of Josef Fritzl, are being treated in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 8, 2008. Fritzl, a 73-year-old electrical engineer, lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugged her and locked her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Three of the children remained locked up with their mother in the basement and never saw sunlight until their fate was revealed nearly two weeks ago.
REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5HDC
May 08, 2008
A police photographer works in the backyard of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Police photographer works in the backyard of a house in Amstetten
A police photographer works in the backyard of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, in eastern Austria May 8, 2008. Fritzl, a 73-year-old electrical engineer, lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugged her and locked her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Three of the children remained locked up with their mother in the basement and never saw sunlight until their fate was revealed nearly two weeks ago.
REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5HD8
May 08, 2008
Police work in the backyard of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Police work in the backyard of a house in Amstetten
Police work in the backyard of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, in eastern Austria May 8, 2008. Fritzl, a 73-year-old electrical engineer, lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugged her and locked her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Three of the children remained locked up with their mother in the basement and never saw sunlight until their fate was revealed nearly two weeks ago.
REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
AUSTRIA-ABUSE/
RTX5HD2
May 08, 2008
A police officer with a sniffer dog arrives in the backyard of a house in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A police officer with a sniffer dog arrives in the backyard of a house in Amstetten
A police officer with a sniffer dog arrives in the backyard of a house in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, in eastern Austria May 8, 2008. Fritzl, a 73-year-old electrical engineer, lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugged her and locked her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Three of the children remained locked up with their mother in the basement and never saw sunlight until their fate was revealed nearly two weeks ago.
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May 07, 2008
Children hold a banner during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Children hold a banner during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten
Children hold a banner during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case. The word "Liebe" means "Love". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
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May 07, 2008
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case. The word "Hoffnung" means "Hope". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
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May 07, 2008
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case. The words "Wir sind Amstetten" mean "We are Amstetten", "Zukunft" means "future" and "Warum" means "Why". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
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May 07, 2008
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten
People hold banners during a demonstration of solidarity with victims of violence in Amstetten where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case. The word "Zukunft" means "future" and "Warum" means "Why". REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
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May 07, 2008
The house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house in Amstetten where Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is pictured behind a fence in...
The house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence in eastern Austria May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case.
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May 07, 2008
The house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
The house in Amstetten where Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years is pictured behind a fence in...
The house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years, is pictured behind a fence in eastern Austria May 7, 2008. Austria's justice minister said local authorities were gullible in their dealings with Fritzl, who lured his daughter Elisabeth into a basement in 1984, drugging her and locking her up before abusing her for almost a quarter of a century and fathering her seven children. Fritzl claimed his missing daughter had left home to join a sect. The comments from Justice Minister Maria Berger were the first time the government has acknowledged official shortcomings in the handling of the case.
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May 06, 2008
A police helicopter flies over a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A police helicopter flies over a house in Amstetten
A police helicopter flies over a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 06, 2008
Police investigators arrive at a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Police investigators arrive at a house in Amstetten
Police investigators arrive at a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 06, 2008
A nun looks at a house as it rains in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A non looks at a house in Amstetten
A nun looks at a house as it rains in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 06, 2008
A nun looks at a house as it rains in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A non looks at a house in Amstetten
A nun looks at a house as it rains in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 06, 2008
Police officers stand on the roof of a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Police officers stand on the roof of a house in Amstetten
Police officers stand on the roof of a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 06, 2008
Police stands on the roof of a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Police stands on the roof of a house in Amstetten
Police stands on the roof of a house in Amstetten May 6, 2008. Josef Fritzl, who held his daughter captive for 24 years and fathered seven children with her had planned the construction of her basement prison years in advance, police said on Monday. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
People walk past a huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
People walk past a huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl in Amstetten
People walk past a huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her father Josef Fritzl for 24 years, in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Josef Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
A huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her father Josef Fritzl...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl is seen in Amstetten
A huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her father Josef Fritzl for 24 years, is seen in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Josef Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
Austrians look at a huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Austrians look at a huge banner with messages in Amstetten
Austrians look at a huge banner with messages of support for Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her father Josef Fritzl for 24 years, in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Josef Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
Austrian doctors Berthold Kepplinger (L) and Albert Reiter, treating the family of Josef Fritzl, listen...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Austrian doctors Kepplinger and Reiter listen during a news conference in Amstetten
Austrian doctors Berthold Kepplinger (L) and Albert Reiter, treating the family of Josef Fritzl, listen to journalists questions during a news conference in Amstetten May 5, 2008. Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter Elisabeth in a cellar for 24 years. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
A graphic on the laptop of Colonel Franz Polzer, head of Lower Austria province criminal police, shows...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
A graphic shows the ground plan of a house in Amstetten
A graphic on the laptop of Colonel Franz Polzer, head of Lower Austria province criminal police, shows the ground plan of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years and fathered her seven children, in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter Elisabeth in a cellar for 24 years. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
Colonel Franz Polzer, head of Lower Austria province criminal police, points to a picture on his laptop...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Colonel Polzer points to a picture showing the ground plan of a house in Amstetten
Colonel Franz Polzer, head of Lower Austria province criminal police, points to a picture on his laptop showing the ground plan of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years and fathered her seven children, in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter Elisabeth in a cellar for 24 years. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
Colonel Franz Polzer (R), head of Lower Austria province criminal police, speaks next to a picture showing...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
Colonel Polzer sits next to a grafic showing the ground plan of a house in Amstetten
Colonel Franz Polzer (R), head of Lower Austria province criminal police, speaks next to a picture showing the ground plan of a house in Amstetten, where Josef Fritzl imprisoned his daughter for 24 years and fathered her seven children, in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter Elisabeth in a cellar for 24 years. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. The person at centre is unidentified. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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May 05, 2008
An Austrian girl writes her best wishes on a huge banner as a sign of support to Elisabeth Fritzl, who...
AMSTETTEN, Austria
An Austrian girl signs a huge banner with best wishes in Amstetten
An Austrian girl writes her best wishes on a huge banner as a sign of support to Elisabeth Fritzl, who was imprisoned by her father Josef Fritzl for 24 years, in Amstetten in eastern Austria May 5, 2008. Fritzl, 73, has admitted keeping his daughter in a cellar for 24 years and fathering her seven children. Three of her children had spent their entire lives underground until the case was uncovered just over a week ago. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
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