the Case of the 27-year-old sosuhjælper, who is sitting in prison for having defrauded several elderly and debilitated citizens, has awakened a stir in the ministry of Justice.
the Woman was in fact already in 2013 restricted the right to have plejefunktioner in nursing homes in sheltered housing or similar places, which are inhabited by persons weakened by age, disability, disease, or similar forms or in their own home.
But it has not prevented her from working for several temporary employment agencies and however on. All because frakendelsen disappeared from her criminal record along with the judgment for five years - although it applies for an indefinite period of time.
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According to Ekstra Bladet has made the Justice department aware of the case with a 27-year-old sosu-helper, the promise of the justice minister Nick Hækkerup now to correct the system.
In a written comment from the ministry quoted Hækkerup, among other things, the following:
’the Matter here is a clear example of the fact that the system is not good enough, as it is today. I will therefore ask my officials to look at a solution with the involvement of the Health and Ældreministeriet, so that together we ensure that similar cases can be avoided in the future.’
Extra the Magazine had asked for an interview with Nick Hækkerup, and would, among other things, would like to have asked, how much time must pass before the citizens can be safe. He had not time to make up for before his holiday, said the statement from the press offices.
In the latest case, the woman is charged with 72 cases of frauds. It runs as tilståelsessag in the Copenhagen city Court 4. september.
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Police believe that she has exploited his access as sosu-helper to the victims ' homes in care homes, in sheltered housing or private to rummage through to their payment information. They are used among other things to purchase travel and goods on the web.
In grundlovsforhøret refused she was guilty of the most part, but recognized, among other things, that she took to Tenerife with a man and bought a trip to Monaco for the stolen account information. She claimed, however, that she got the information on the chart from ’some of the girls who worked on the plejehjemmene’.
Mai is one of them, she is accused of having cheated.
– I'm simply so harm over it, says the 52-year-old woman, who suffers from parkinson's disease. She needed extra security after a hip operation in January of this year, and therefore chose to use her own money to buy private home help.
But instead of the reassurance she was 18. april this year, a woman in the door, according to the charges, stole her account information, while she slept, and bought goods and services for her money.
Casper Nielsen's ALS-stricken mother, Bente, was visited by the 27-year-old stood in 2018. The mother, who was completely paralyzed by the disease, be able to see how hjemmehjælperen looked in the Bentes phone and photographed her credit card, but she could do nothing to make up.
– I get indignant and outraged that something like this happens. I know that they go after the weakest, because they are easy victims. But it is just unfair game, " says the son, who has lost his mother.
the Detective Stole from ALS-patient: Paralysed Bente followed the theft of the eyes