False rape stopped train traffic

S-bahn trains was halted when a 48-year-old woman notified police that she had been raped by two approximately 50-year-old men at Husum Station. the Police im

False rape stopped train traffic

S-bahn trains was halted when a 48-year-old woman notified police that she had been raped by two approximately 50-year-old men at Husum Station. the Police im

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
11 February 2020 Tuesday 11:00
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False rape stopped train traffic

S-bahn trains was halted when a 48-year-old woman notified police that she had been raped by two approximately 50-year-old men at Husum Station.

the Police immediately went to investigate the station with the technicians and dogs, and train traffic was resumed when the investigation was finished.

But the notification that came 28. may 2017 at. 7.48 in the middle of morning rush hour, was false. Therefore, the now 51-year-old woman on Tuesday produced in the Court of Frederiksberg, charged with false notification and for the disturbance of the public transport.

DSB requires 17.250 crowns in damages of the woman, which the prosecution also requires expelled from Denmark for six years. The penalty must be prison, thinks the prosecutor.

The 51-year-old pleaded guilty in the fake review of the rape, but she refused to be the reason for S-trains was set.

It was supposed, that the case should be run as a tilståelsessag, but when the woman refused one relationship, it was exposed, then the prosecution can prosecute. It should later run as a domsmandssag.

Therefore the woman was not questioned in court about the motive for the fake review. The hearing was postponed after just ten minutes.

Before the beginning of the hearing sat the woman on a bench out in front of the hall with his lawyer, Susanne Farm Quedens, and a caregiver by his side. The accused had short, black strithår, was wearing shiny, gold-colored glasses, and wore a small, red bag over his shoulder.

She remained mostly silent and seemed to be engrossed in thoughts.

When the meeting started, ended an interpreter to the woman and the lawyer. She translated every word that was said during the meeting.

There is yet no set date on when the trial runs again.
It was at this station, the woman reported she had been raped. Photo: Jonas Olufson

Updated: 11.02.2020 11:00
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