Seventy-three-year-old Adolf Hlubik appeared before the regional court, May 24, 2024, Olomouc. According to the indictment, last May he shot an employee of a gambling hall in Olomouc in the head. The woman died in March this year.
Olomouc – Today, the Olomouc Regional Court will issue a verdict in the case of 73-year-old Adolf Hlubik, who, according to the indictment, shot an employee of a gambling hall in Olomouc in the head last May. The woman died in March this year. The prosecutor proposes a life sentence for the senior citizen. The man is a recidivist, he spent more than half of his life behind bars, he also served a sentence for the murder of a fellow inmate in the past. Hlubik did not deny guilt, but claimed that he did not want to murder the woman.
< p>According to the indictment, the pensioner entered the gambling hall on Masaryk Street last May 20. He pulled out a revolver, which he had stolen from his grandson, on the worker, and after a verbal fight, he shot the sitting woman in the head from close range. The man then left the scene and hid the weapon near the university dormitories.
The public prosecutor proposed a life sentence for the man, also taking into account his criminal history, Hlubik was last released from prison last February. Since 1966, the defendant has been convicted thirteen times, mostly for serious violent criminal activity, including murder. According to the expert, the resocialization of a man with a dissocial personality disorder is basically impossible.
The 73-year-old man is guilty of, for example, an armed assault on a taxi driver, threats and an attack with a knife. He has threatened his surroundings several times with illegally held weapons. In 1983, he was convicted of the murder of a fellow inmate in Leopoldov, at which time he received a 21-year sentence.