I failed with the object analysis of the following sentence:
Das Subjekt geht Verb dich Akk-Objekt(!?) einen Dreck Akk-Objekt(!?) an.
I know there are instances, in which one finds, on top of the accusative object, some other noun in accusative, like in:
Diesen Monat werde ich den Arzt drei Mal besuchen.
There, one has Arzt and Monat in accusative, but one is a time complement. In the first sentence one has an instance of other nature, I guess.
If there are indeed two direct objects, why? If not, which is the right analysis?