A girl charged in a fatal drunken driving crash also had photos from her My Space page downloaded by prosecutors, who used them in their pre-sentencing report.
The pictures, posted after the crash, showed her holding a beer bottle and wearing a “a belt bearing plastic shot glasses.” Her sentence was more than five years.
In the 20-year-old’s case, he was remorseful enough to drop out of college and write apologies to the victim and her family.
The Nazis made extensive use of many of the Czechoslovakian arms factories to supply both the SS and the Wehrmacht. This factory produced German-designed rifles in WWII, and today Mauser collectors will frequently see samples of K98s with this factory’s “Dot” code.
For example, Mauser K98s, MG34s, and other weapons were produced at the world-renowned Československá zbrojovka, akc. (now called “Zbrojovka Brno a.s.”) in the city of Brno. The Germans also oversaw production of German Mausers at a lesser-known factory located in the Slovakian town of Provazska Bistrica.
During testing, the Čz 515 did not meet military accuracy requirements, a fault attributed to the open-bolt design. Čermák re-designed a second prototype rifle, the Čz 522, to fire from the closed bolt position.
In addition, the barrel of this new prototype was shortened to 350 mm and had the charging/cocking handle attached directly to the bolt carrier.
These rifles featured the “Dou” factory code, as shown in the photo below: After the Soviets ousted the Germans from Czech territory in 1945, they allowed the formation of a new coalition government.