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Aarhus maintains complaint against Tv2 recordings of neglect

A large majority of the politicians in the city council in Aarhus want Tv2 documentary on care for the elderly appear when multiple clips has been the promotion of the public after the leak to the Extra Blade.

Yet still maintains Magistratsafdelingen for Health and Care, the ban on TV2 showing the footage.

This write-Århus Stiftstidende.

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But according to attorney Peter Lambert from the firm Lassen Ricard can and may be the municipality well raise the main.

the Municipality has even brought the case and the owner thus the matter and have the ban. Therefore, it can also raise it again. And in light of the leaked footage, the municipality may well choose to withdraw the case, says Peter Lambert to the Pin.

The hidden footage shows the 90-year-old Else, who in a nursing home in Aarhus is the victim of unworthy home care.

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'It is absolutely reprehensible circumstances' says Elses guardian and grandson, while she sees the hidden footage from TV2. Video/editing: Ernst van Norde/Emma Svendsen

the Case has caused a stir in recent days, and politicians on the strip is up in arms. In debatprogrammet P1 Debate said ældrerådmand Jette Skive (DF) said on Wednesday that the municipality could not withdraw the case.

- the high Court has said it is prohibited to show the footage, so it is before the courts. And we neither can or must withdraw the ban back, said Jette Skive.

The interpretation rejects Peter Lambert well, but the municipality's attorneys maintain.

- It is true that, in general, can always raise a case again. But not this case, because the top of it procedural is an administrative duty to act and protect an occupant against the violation, it is to be filmed and shown in a private situation.

- And the court agrees, says local lawyer John Beech-Christensen from the law firm Horten.

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Extra Magazine journalist Per Mathiessen explains the lawsuit between the TV2 and Ekstra Bladet. Video/editing: Anthony Young/Ernst van Norde/Emma Svendsen

Peter Lambert maintains, however, its assessment of the case, which leaves it up to the politicians what they want to do.

In the last week imposed the Vestre Landsret a protective order, which meant that TV2 may not publish the hidden footage from the nursing home.

Extra Leaf, however, showed parts of the footage, because the unworthy treatment of the elderly, are in the public interest, and because children and granddaughter, who is a guardian, would have the footage forward. The media is blurry, not the people.

on Wednesday included the Ekstra Bladet and TV2 a settlement, which allowed the newspaper to show the controversial video clip, which shows plejepersonalets handling of a 90-year-old demented woman at the nursing home Kongsgården in Aarhus.

It is TV2, which has been responsible for making the recordings, but the tv station has even been banned from showing the clip.

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