The helicopter affair about the flight of the son of Defense Minister Christine Lambrecht (SPD) in a government helicopter goes into another round: On August 22, the Cologne Administrative Court actually decided that Lambrecht should provide information about who took the photo of her son in the helicopter has made.
As a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Defense explained to Business Insider on Tuesday evening, the house has now lodged an appeal against the decision. The Higher Administrative Court in Münster must now decide.
Lambrecht took her 21-year-old son with him in a government helicopter to visit troops in northern Germany in the spring – who published a photo of the trip on his Instagram page. The next day and after an overnight stay in a hotel, we went on vacation with the car and bodyguards to the nearby island of Sylt. The Ministry of Defense points out that Lambrecht duly applied for the flight and paid the full cost.
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