The prosecution calls for a suspended sentence and a fine for the killing shot against Eric Torell

that was the chief prosecutor, Martin Tidéns claims as slutpläderingarna in the high-profile case in which three police stood by, the accused, after the tragic

The prosecution calls for a suspended sentence and a fine for the killing shot against Eric Torell

that was the chief prosecutor, Martin Tidéns claims as slutpläderingarna in the high-profile case in which three police stood by, the accused, after the tragic

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
22 September 2019 Sunday 00:00
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The prosecution calls for a suspended sentence and a fine for the killing shot against Eric Torell

that was the chief prosecutor, Martin Tidéns claims as slutpläderingarna in the high-profile case in which three police stood by, the accused, after the tragic killing of Eric Torell, of 20, began on Monday.

the operation commander, made her a risk and threat assessment too late in the day. He did not act as if the operation was aimed at arresting an armed man, and he had the time to improve the situation picture, said the chief prosecutor, Martin Tidén.

it was a dereliction of duty, when it is not asked any more questions for Eric, wikipedia articles father when the latter sought to the connector, right next to the place where a man with a gun had been witnessed.

" Father, could have been the perpetrator, or have been in any danger. It would have been natural to ask supplementary questions, he said, to the prosecutor, etc.

the two policemen, who pushed the view of the prosecutor, that the investigation revealed that the shot, despite the fact that the nödvärnssituationen had been terminated and that they would have had the time to pursue verkanseld, that is to say, checked to see if the earlier shots had the intended effect.

" Nothing to support the defence theory that Eric Torell, would have turned out, on several occasions, and that he would be able to be met by the killing of the ball as he was, said Martin, Tidén, who pointed out that you need to be able to put higher and higher demands on the police to act rationally in this type of situation.

Thomas Olsson, who is defending the police, which led the effort, with his slutplädering.

He believes that the gärningsbeskrivning do not contain any criminal offences at all.

"I think my client is not devoted to any public authority, and therefore he could not be convicted of dereliction of duty," said Thomas Olsson said his client has done what, exactly, is imposed on him, in that moment, he had the opportunity to make a risk assessment of the situation.

" When it became clear that there was a risk that they would confront the suspected perpetrator, he called on all to observe the greatest caution, and that they would be co-ordinating the operation, and put together. There was no order he could give in the past, said mr Olsson.

the Lawyer Anton Strand, and Thomas Martinson pointed out in their pläderingar that their clients should be exonerated, and the prosecutor failed to lead evidence that a crime has been committed.

One of the objections is that it is not clear in which order they are fired, the shots fell. Another reason is that it is impossible to divide up the rapid progress in the part where the police officers were in self-defense, and as a part of their nödvärnsrätt all of a sudden have ceased to exist.

"How tragic it is that happened to all of the people involved, so it is not possible to ensure that the criminal offence has been committed," concluded Thomas Martinsson, the last of the day.

the Verdict in the case against the three police officers will be on October 3.

for more information, see the Three police officers on trial for Eric, wikipedia articles dead.

Read more: Here are the police radio traffic during the operation.

for more information, see The ”there are no winners in this.”

Updated: 22.09.2019 00:00
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