the SUPREME court IN COPENHAGEN (Ekstra Bladet): over more than two years was Ann-Sofie Bjørk and her mother, Bitten Bjørk, stalket in the grossest manner.
Ann-sophie's ex-girlfriend killed their two dogs, the family had burglaries, he was threatened and called up in a timely manner and early.
the Offender was convicted in both the city court and high court to nine months in prison. Wednesday was the case of the Supreme court, where the attorney general went after to get the punishment enhanced further for one and a half years in prison.
despite that, ex-boyfriend already has served his nine-month sentence, which he received in 2017, the problems are far from over for Ann-Sofie and Bit Bjørk from Ringsted.
– I try to get on, but it is difficult. He continues to harass both me, my mother, aunt and grandmother, says Ann-Sofie to Ekstra Bladet after the day in the Supreme court ended.
It was hard to get it all read up again. I thought it would be so bad, but it took really my breath away.
Particularly, as the attorney general told how the offender abused and killed the family's dogs with the knife, and began the tears of a mother and her daughter to come forward.
the Family bistandsadvokat also explained in court that he desired to raise the total tort and krænkelsesgodtgørelse from the total of 50,000 dollars to 200,000 dollars to the family.
– For me it's not about the money. My hope is that he gets a long prison sentence as possible, so I can have peace in my life for some time, says Ann-Sofie Bjørk, who no longer dare to go alone through the city.
Ekstra Bladet spoke in 2017 with the family, where Ann-Sofie could tell about a relationship that lasted a short time and was characterized by something that resembles an occupation from ekskærestens page.
– I was in Tivoli with a friend, and so he sent suddenly, images from Tivoli gardens from where we stood, she said at the time, and also mentioned that she started on HF, after which he announced that he would start in the same place.
the Court will expect that the trap judgment 3. april
the Danish Stalking Center defines stalking as a systematic series of kontaktforsøg and behaviour, which is unwanted and persistent, and experienced cross-border and intimidating for the vulnerable.
Stalking can take place in many different ways. Separate each action seems harmless, but seen in a context can kontaktforsøgene experienced frygtskabende and disruptive. Stalking may for example be in the form of:Persecution and overvågningTelefonopkald, emails, Messenger messages, letters, and smserUønskede gaverHærværk and truslerBeskeder given through other personerDigital harassment as the creation of fake profiles, photo sharing sites and hævnporno
Stalking can mean the loss of security and control over everyday life and can have severe mental, physical and social consequences for both the exposed and exercising.
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