By Klaus Ott and Jörg Schmitt
Markus Braun’s record does not look good. In his dispute with the Munich I prosecution, the former boss of Wirecard suffered some slippages. The Austrian-born managed to counter his arrest on June 22 last year on $ 5 million bail. But since his second arrest in mid-July 2020, Braun has no longer stabbed justice. Spent in police custody, assets arrested, two detention test dates set aside, a threat of indictment in the fall.