The 19-year-old Knaan S. from Berlin's Kreuzberg district felt provoked by a person wearing a kippa and said he had been on drugs. Thereupon he struck the Israeli with a belt. The court pronounced an extremely light sentence: four weeks "arrest", set off against remand. He left the court as a free man - pardon, as a free adolescent, since juvenile criminal law was applied. However, since the 66 days in custody was longer than four weeks, he now demands compensation for the remaining 38 days, namely 950 euros. Want to bet he gets it?