A four-year girl is probably the only witness in a 45-year-old mystery about the death of the Danish woman Anni Nielsen Iranzo.
The young mother was found dead in a puddle of his own blood 24. april 1974 in the home of the Holmenkåsen, Oslo, norway, where she had lived for a few months together with her husband, a Spanish diplomat and their four-year old daughter.
despite extensive investigations by both the Norwegian and Spanish police, the matter is never solved, but now try a Norwegian tv-team to solve the mystery, which since 1974 has haunted the family of the 31-year-old Danish woman.
Not least, her four-year old daughter, who witnessed parts of the brutal assault on Anni Nielsen Iranzo, which cost her life.
The now adult daughter traveling together with the tv team back to the diplomat neighborhood in Oslo, and going in the final footsteps in the documentary Danskerdrabet in Oslo, broadcast on Channel 5 tonight at 22 and can be streamed on the D-play.
- It has haunted me all my life, this dark episode. In order to move forward, so do I need one or the other end. I have always known, but I have not had the opportunity to start the journey before now, tells the today 49-year-old daughter, Maria, who in the course of the documentary examines the new interrogation methods, to examine her memory from drabsdagen.
Maria Iranzo Nielsen was four police kronvidne in the case. But because the police at the time did not consider children as actual witnesses, had not operated with specialist expertise in the questioning of children, as we have today. Why was Maria Iranzo Nielsen never questioned.
the Theories have been many in the drabssagen, as also the Extra Blade covered in april 1974. From the Norwegian police sounded the message quickly, that you looked at the possible perpetrators in everything from the Spanish terrorists from the Basque country - to surprised the burglars and to Anni Nielsen Iranzos own man.
No one has ever been identified as the perpetrator, who first beat up Anni Nielsen Iranzo death, and the subsequent footsteps of her neck to at garrottering.
Plus the Only witness in the old drabssag: Maria saw his mother be killed
the Scene of the crime, as subsequent meetings both the neighbours and later the police, bears the marks of a fierce battle between the 31-year-old Danish woman and her killer.
It is a violent vision, as the first cop on the spot, the Roar Waktskjold, 45 years later still remember.
- It is probably one of the places that stuck in my memory. It is one of the most brutal killings we have had here in the country, he says in the documentary.