"It is not illegal to with a false alibi, trying to get a livstidsdömd murderer free."
"Politicians, a new decision of the Supreme court shows that there is a gap in the law to clog again."
"the district Court and the court of appeal acquitted the woman who suddenly appeared and claimed that she spent time with one of the livstidsdömda for the murders of Our bar and restaurant in Gothenburg the same night that the crimes occurred."
"That the Supreme court would go on in the same line were not given, the attorney general has better things for themselves than to bring up the case to the supreme court if the law is crystal clear, but also not sensational."
"It was in connection with that the man appealed against his life sentence for the two murders to the Supreme court as the woman turned to the police and told them that she hung outside the gothenburg opera together with the man during the exact time the attack took place."
"the Activity broke out among the investigators, but it was revealed soon that the woman is bullshitting. "
"It's a good idea to involve the person you are trying to help if you are going to give a false alibi of this kind, but the man in question turned out not to have a clue what the woman was talking about."
"She was arrested, admitted that she possibly mixed up the days and was charged later for a grossly protective of the criminal."
"It can be a criminal offence to lie to the police. For example, by claiming that an innocent person committed a crime. Or by claiming to be a fugitive suspect is in Tranås, when he or she in fact is in Katrineholm."
"the Supreme court notes that the woman's contrivance, had been able to influence the evidence situation. But criminal liability requires that she provided the information under oath. And that she had not done."
"There is nothing wrong in the judgment. Now it is stated how the law should be interpreted. But that woman's behavior is legal does not mean that it is okay. Her attempt to alibi led to significant extra work for the police."
"the pre-trial Investigation was resumed. The investigators were required to check the veracity of the story."
"It would be unreasonable to penalise all the lies of the police. Probably also pointless. Some will still lie."
"But in the more complex organised crime becomes more and more common to try to interfere with police and prosecutors in their work with various feints. Deception that devours vast resources."
"A precedent that could prove to be unfortunate has been formed."
"the attorney general now wants legislators to act. I agree with you. It should not be legal to try to get the serious criminals free by lying to the police."
"Lawmakers, who nowadays hardly do other than to tighten the sections and find new things to criminalize, should do something about this, too. "