On Wednesday, as reported by the Slovenian authorities, toxicology examinations showed that on 21st June, German poker professional Johannes Strassmann fell into Ljubljanica river in Slovenia’s Ljubljana, when he was under the effect of hallucinogenic drugs.
Even though the Slovenian police favored not to let anything know about the prohibited drugs detected in Strassmann’s body in the autopsy, a report by a leading German newspaper seems to have broken the details in the capital of Slovenia.
In Ljubljana, Slovenia, since the day after Johannes’ body was pulled up from Ljubljanica river, a German reporter had the scope to work on the storyline and gather some significant pieces of a puzzle which might lead to the real reasons of the poker player’s death.
According to reports, an eye witness told that the German poker player was out with three Slovenians. One of them was his good friend, while he hardly knew the other two persons. The witness even told that one of the three was a drug dealer.
A German newspaper reported that in the evening the group had been eating mushrooms, and 10 pm, Johannes suddenly left the table of the pubs they were all in, and ran away leaving his mobile phone behind. Few hours later, he was reported missing, Slovenian police started an operation in different parts of the country with the use of agents, specially trained dogs and helicopters.