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The beautiful family-owned Petersgaard estate in southern Zealand has been the centre of a serious second criminal.
Here is a 41-year-old man accused of possession of a substantial quantity of explosives, 'which, by their very dangerous nature is apt to cause significant harm'.
It appears by the indictment against the man as the Extra Leaf is in the possession of.
the Man lived, according to the Ekstra information for a number of years on the estate, while he did schooling at Herlufsholms boarding School, together with the then godsejers children. They are still friends as adults, and Anne Sophie, officers ' school has taken over the running of the estate, which has been family-owned since 1868.
- It was not very nice. There was talk about a listed building, where I have lived for eight months. I don't want to think about, whether I have lived downstairs, while it has remained at the ceiling, " says the 39-year-old woman to the B. T.
It was, according to the prosecutor Mariam Khalil one of the fire staff, which made the grisly discovery of explosives on site.
It was during a cleanup, she says to Ekstra Bladet on the discovery, which was made 19. december 2017.
the Police, however, could not immediately find out where the explosive came from or who it belonged to, but at one point showed investigation according to Mariam Khalil in the direction of the now the defendants.
He was 14. June 2018 made in grundlovsforhør in the Court of Nykøbing Falster with the requirements of pre-trial detention.
Here, he acknowledged, according to Mariam Khalil possession, but not that it should be punishable under the penal code section 192a of possession of explosives under particularly aggravating circumstances.
It explained the man, before the doors to the rest of the grundlovsforhøret was closed.
the Judge chose to release the man, as 7. november meeting at the Court of Nykøbing Falster, accused of the serious crime at:
'Without police permission, and of creditable purpose, under particularly aggravating circumstances to have been in possession of 35 pcs. 200 grams of high explosive devices, approx. 550 grams of malleable explosive, ca. 55 m detonating, 46 el-detonators and 30 pcs. el-firecrackers'.
According to the indictment transported the man to the potentially fatal bombecocktail from an unknown place to the estate, where they were placed in two plastiksække on the ceiling in a barn.
After kostskoletiden has the man according to Ekstra information taken a military training and was in 2013 the first lieutenant of the reserve.
the Prosecutor will prior to the case not to dedicate Extra Magazine in which the explosives according to the investigation originated.
the Man has according to the prosecutor opted to let the case run for a jury and instead of a domsmandsret.
How stiff a punishment the prosecutor will require, she will not disclose, but since the matter was first brought as a jury trial, it means that you from the prosecution's side has an expectation of a maximum sentence of over four years.
The 41-year-old man does not want to comment on the matter over for Extra Magazine.
Anne Sophie officers ' school confirms the relation to the old schoolmate of B. T. Ekstra Bladet has so far unsuccessfully tried to have deepened the case of the landlord.