Hans Scholl probably did not tell the other participants that I knew about their activities. I assume this because Hans Scholl later told me expressly that in case I should ever be interrogated by the police, I should not deter from my statements that I knew nothing about the matter and that I knew nothing about it at all. I should not say anything under any circumstance. Continue reading
We only had sex in my apartment. That was when Hans Scholl spent the night with me on one occasion and slept with me. That was the Tuesday before his arrest.
I was not with Scholls the last two evenings. I must correct that. Evening before last [February 16, 1943], Hans Scholl visited me. He stayed with me all night and slept on the couch that is in my room. Since it had gotten pretty late, he did not want to go home. Continue reading
I was with Hans Scholl all of Saturday and Sunday. I slept with Hans Scholl on Saturday night.
Since I have been in Munich, he has spent the night in my room about three times. This last time, he showed up around 11 pm. A week and a half ago, he showed up around the same time. Continue reading
I rarely talked about politics with Hans Scholl. He rarely allowed me to talk politics, because he only wanted a physical relationship, even when I refused and had the urgent need to be alone, so I could immerse myself in my studies. I liked him a lot, but I actually could not continue to be with him that way. Continue reading
Hans Scholl was the first man I had sex with. … In the time that followed, I could not break away from him. He followed every move I made. Continue reading
In the time following that, a regular love relationship emerged. The two of them often had sex. Continue reading
It then got rather late. I said I would not be able to catch the streetcar, and he then invited me to come back to his apartment. He was able to use his powers of persuasion to actually convince me to follow him back to his apartment. Continue reading
On January 6, 1943 following one such event and a [subsequent] visit to the residence of the artist Eickemeyer, she went home with him to his apartment on Franz Joseph Str.
Hans Scholl was allegedly very insistent and gave her a shot of morphine for purposes of getting closer to her. Continue reading