More than four years have passed since Anne Linell Sundt (39) found dead in his home on the Bygdøy peninsula. On the Tuesday of the next week to meet a doctor in the 60-years in the Borgarting court of appeal, indicted for the manslaughter of his former roommate.
One of the police's first theory was that the death is a suicide. But in the autumn of 2015 got the case a sudden turn, and the doctor was indicted for the killing of his roommate. Then had the autopsy showed that the cause of death was an overdose of strong painkillers. In the body are found the remains of eleven medications.
One of the tracks that hinted at suicide, was a napkin found in the residence. This had Sundt written "It doesn't take much to carry on. It takes a lot to let go".
the Police considered it first as a avskjedslapp, but after Dagbladet revelations about the lap content asked the district attorney Andreas Schei about the new investigation of the discovery. After this it was the theory of avskjedslappen disproved.the Police's big mystery: Now anne's avskjedslapp turn out to be something completely different Were fields in the district court
When the case was in Oslo district court in march last year, was the doctor sentenced. In addition to manslaughter, he was field for the breach of, under, fraud and attempted aggravated fraud. The punishment was set to four years in prison, but was appealed immediately.
For our part, reach the large parts of the case to be about the same evidence as the last. We believe we have a solid case, and it has not showed up anything new of significance since the district court, " says Schei.Extreme smerteanfall
During the trial in march it was revealed that the doctor and Sundt had met in the fall of 2011, when she visited him as a patient to get help. Half a year later, was the then 53-year-old doctor and the 17 years younger woman girlfriends.
the Relationship was the start of what in court was described as several years of desperate attempts to help and relieve the samboerens pain. In the spring of 2013, after the two moved together, started the doctor with local anaesthetics injections to dull Sundts pain.Doctor sentenced to four years in prison - medicated Anne (39) to death
in the court In march, he described deceased's smerteanfall as so extreme that she lay and shook, screamed, punched herself and stuck herself with the fork to get the end of them.
I knew one time not to treat their related, but we did not get the help we had hoped. We may have received some medication, but when the evening came, it was I who was there when smerteanfallene came. She was the shuttlecock in the health system, and no one took the responsibility of treating her, said the doctor at the time.Sent message after message to the accused legesamboer: "Take with bero" - Lost control
Under questioning by the doctor of the district court, it was also revealed that he had performed a large number of injections of the drugs on his roommate. The autopsy showed three relatively fresh sprøytestikk in the blood vessels in the arms to her. The doctor said that these could not be made by him, and believes that Sundt took his own life by accident.
- I've probably put 200 injections on her. But I've never put in the blood vessels ever. She said that she was completely mad by the pain. All I can imagine is that she must have lost control, said the 59-year-old.Sent the SMS hours before she died: We shall have a pleasant day tomorrow.
During the trial, he had to also answer for charges of aggravated fraud and document forgery. This happened when he, shortly after Sundts death took her testament, where it inter alia was informed that he was to inherit four million.
the Doctor got two people to sign the document as witnesses, but only after Sundts death. On the way he saved both money and borett in the 39-åringens villa. In its judgment, the court the value of the deceit of at least six million.
According to the prosecutor, neither deceit or dokumentforfalskningen be a part of the appeal. The appellate court has already rejected that these points will be re-processed, and the district court's conclusion remains enforceable.
the Man's defender, lawyer Arild Holden, says to Dagbladet that he and his client are well prepared for the appeal. Beyond that, he wants not to give any comment.Friends about giftdrapssiktet: - He has used throughout his life to help others Dagbladet Plus