During a walk in a wood in the stockholm suburb of Hökarängen in the end of may 2016, made a man a macabre bargain when he found the dead body of a young woman. The body lay partially covered by a layer of moss.
Her then-husband, a now 41-year-old man who is a citizen of Afghanistan, was suspected shortly thereafter for having murdered the woman.
the 41-year-old is sentenced now to 18 years in prison for murdering the woman, according to a ruling in the Södertörn district court on fredagsförmiddagen. The man is sentenced to be expelled from Sweden.
to Sweden in september 2015, and then stated that she was 16 years old. However, prosecutor Tomas Malmenby has previously stated that she was probably at least a couple of years older. The girl was also already married to 41-year-old when she came to Sweden, and the man had several years ago back then a residence permit in Sweden.
the Woman lived in a residential worker home when she is 19 march 2016, were reported missing. She had, according to Friday's judgment, however, already been missing since the march 17 two days earlier. First, just over two months later found her dead body.
it is now brought down 41-year-old admits that he traveled by train to Stockholm on march 17 and called the woman a large number of times. In the judgment reveals that the man should have called more than 200 calls to the woman's telephone on march 17. Even in the months prior to that, the man should have called much to her – sometimes 30-60 calls per day. Analyses also show that his telephone on march 17, the gradually approached the woman's phone until they finally linked up to the same mast. Then used the woman's telephone any more.
the Motive behind the murder shall, according to the district court to be that the woman wanted to live a life as a ”normal " western girl”. She also had a boyfriend that she wanted to continue meeting.
– As I understood it she wanted to no longer be married to 41-year-old. She wanted to live as a free woman, on their own terms. She also had a boyfriend, said prosecutor Tomas Malmenby to DN in the past.
the district Court also estimated that the 41-year-old must have been very jealous and that he had threatened the young woman, and that he ”was prepared to realize their threats.” In connection with that the man rang a large number of calls to her, she sent only a few sms back and called ”once a day”.
the man he was worried for the woman, and went to her in the Work. When he met at the metro station, they should have gone from there, but then was ”ambushed by unknown perpetrators,” according to the man, who also claims that he was struck from behind and woke up later in the woods.
"He says he does not know what happened," said Tomas Malmenby in the past.the Trial of the case was held in February of this year. In its slutplädering claimed prosecutors Tomas Malmenby life in prison for the 41-year-old. Photo: Erik Ardelius
the Södertörn district court does not buy the man's explanation. The court believes that the 41-year-old was the last person who saw the young woman in the life, ”as far as known”, and considers that the prosecutor's investigation is ”robust enough that there is enough evidence to support that it is NN who is the perpetrator”. Thus sentenced 41-year-old to 18 years in prison for the murder of the woman.
also, it is unclear exactly how the woman died, but the assessment is that she has died an unnatural death. 41-year-old has, according to the judgment, in a telephone conversation admitted that he murdered the woman by holding her nose and mouth.
Obduktionsrapporten can not determine exactly what the cause of death is, but the conclusions are consistent with the way that the man should have acknowledged in the phone conversation, according to the ruling.