Charges: Convicted knife murderer set fire to his cell

An iraqi assassin, who is serving 12 years in prison in Nyborg Prison, according to a new indictment twice set fire to his cell in the prison. Therefore made th

Charges: Convicted knife murderer set fire to his cell

An iraqi assassin, who is serving 12 years in prison in Nyborg Prison, according to a new indictment twice set fire to his cell in the prison. Therefore made th

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
19 February 2020 Wednesday 04:00
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Charges: Convicted knife murderer set fire to his cell

An iraqi assassin, who is serving 12 years in prison in Nyborg Prison, according to a new indictment twice set fire to his cell in the prison. Therefore made the 37-year-old in next week for the Court in Svendborg charged with intentional arson.

He is already expelled from Denmark for good, but the prosecution requires a new judgment with a view to deportation in addition to an additional term of imprisonment.

Brandstiftelserne came with 15 day intervals in June 2018. The fires were quickly detected and extinguished. At the first there was damage to the 4800 kr., while the damage for the other brand is not made up.

A 47-year-old love was found dead of knife wounds in his room in Center Sandholm 2. October 2016. He had been dead for more than a week before the body was found. The killing, which was committed with a filetkniv of 15.5 centimeters, was very strong.

the Autopsy showed 20 knife wounds, 17 cuts and three combined connector and snitlæsioner. Somalieren died of forblødning. Knivstikkene sat in the man's chest and back.

Irakeren had disappeared from the Sandholm and the investigation showed, that neither he nor the victim had used their card key to the centre after 23. september, at 05 o'clock in the morning. The killing occurred in a building where they both had rooms.

Irakeren was called for and four weeks later he was arrested in the Netherlands and later extradited to Denmark. The extradition dragged out, because he resisted, and also the first to serve a judgment in the Netherlands.

He refused guilty in the killing, but his dna was found on the victim's face and several places on the killed room, among other things, on a wall, a plastic bag and the inner side of the door. The victim's dna was also on the irakerens shoes, when he was arrested in the Netherlands.

While irakeren sat in custody in Elsinore Arrest he thrust fire to the mattress in his cell, who was injured for 37.000 kr.

Updated: 19.02.2020 04:00
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