At the beginning of the Wirecard case itself, the CEO introduced himself as a victim. However, new testimony and evidence suggest that he was more than a criminal. The line of defense looks fragile.
From leena kampf,
It took Marcus Brown less than two minutes to hunt Wirecard. As is often the case, in a dark suit with a black turtleneck, he spoke to the camera on the night of June 19, 2020, his fingers nervously pressed onto the table top. The day before it was revealed that the German hope for a future in the global digital business was missing evidence of nearly two billion euros. A unique economic scandal ensued, but the CEO, known for years as a visionary, did not want to give up hope that all the money was still somewhere. At the moment, it cannot be denied that Wirecard AG “would have been the victim of considerable loss in one case of fraud,” Braun told excited and upset shareholders via video. This is one of the most famous scenes in the Wirecard scandal; Yes, in recent German economic history.