COPENHAGEN DOMMERVAGT: A 37-year-old Lithuanian set Friday afternoon to Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup briefly on the other end. Without thinking about the consequences in his action he got into at the airport area via the roof on a terminal and then headed over to Terminal 2, where he ten-twenty minutes later was arrested.
Litaueren was today produced in the grundlovsforhør and aims to be penetrated into the airport area and to have compromised airport security - particularly the last taken in these terror-sometimes quite seriously.
the Man seemed a bit confused, as he was led into the courtroom. The thin man with a short haircut was wearing a khaki-coloured outdoor jacket and dark blue regnbukser.
Low stated that he was satisfied with an English interpreter, and thus not desired, a Lithuanian ditto.
After a short talk under four eyes with its attorney in an adjoining room, he acknowledged through the lawyer the first relationship. The second he refused:
My client does not have it so good, so he does not want to comment today, said the lawyer, Lene Sejersen.
the Prosecutor, Thomas Hugger, documented and then map the case. He mentioned in this connection, also, that the Police Intelligence had been involved, because of the sudden fear of a possible terrorist attack.
the Case took its beginning between the hours of. 15.15 and 15.30, where litaueren from a construction site, which was located on the outside of the airport, climbed into the airport area through a roof at a terminal.
Then ambled he over the airport area and go to Terminal 2, which is where most of udlandsflyvninger depart. Along the way to the terminal he was in Ekstra information - seen the running of a pilot sitting in a plane.
Around noon. 15.40 was litaueren arrested in the said terminal. In the intervening minutes, authorities had worked hard to get a handle on the situation, as one had taken very seriously.
- When he was arrested, he was examined for traces of explosives, but found nothing, said the prosecutor.
- At the arrest he had no money. Maybe he would back home, explained the prosecutor.
Alcohol may also have played a role in the man's ill-considered behavior, learns ekstrabladet.
At today's hearing required the prosecutor litaueren the prison in the interim 16 days, which was protested against.
But the judge conceded that in these times should be viewed with seriousness the kinds of possible trusselsbilleder, and therefore was litaueren in custody in the interim 16 days.