A judge rejects Friday to put the two men in custody for having killed the former gang member and radio host Nedim Yasar, on the loose.
Also when you drag the teleoplysninger out of the case, there remains a reasonable suspicion, believes judge Louise Falkenberg in the Court of Frederiksberg.
She stresses that she does not thus have taken a position on whether there is evidence for the men's sake.
- the Court considers that, even if the man bortser from teleoplysninger, there remains a reasonable suspicion, explains the judge. The imprisonment may be extended to 11. October.
In the more than five hours, a prosecutor and the men's defenders discussed whether there are grounds for pre-trial detention. It's been happening behind closed doors.
In the case of the other countries have the attorney general determined that the teleoplysninger may no longer be used as the basis for pre-trial detention, and judgment. It is a temporary stop, which lasts until 18. October.
Therefore subjected to a series of detention for the time a new assessment. And it was precisely the exercise, when the judge took the position after the lengthy hearing Friday.
the Men, who are 25 and 26 years old, has been imprisoned since 7. december of last year. They are related to Satudarah. Both refuse to commit.
They are accused of having participated in the killing of Nedim Yasar. He was shot at point blank range in a car after a reception for a book 19. november, at Hejrevej, Copenhagen. The book "Roots - a gangsters resort", which is written by the journalist Marie Louise Toksvig, trades, among other things, Yasars life as a criminal.
the Men's defenders believe that the suspicions are so weak when you look away from the teleoplysningerne, that there must be release. The family on the place the judge's ruling to The high Court.
Several of the men's acquaintances and a man who also is charged but free in the case, was on Friday turned up in court. Several of them drove away in a white Mercedes.
According to the latest statement from the attorney general is in a total of 32 persons have been set free because of doubts about other countries.