the Murder took place in August of 2017. A large number of shots were fired into a garage in the suburb in southern Stockholm, sweden. The district court sentenced man's DNA was found in a car used in the murder. Södertörn district court ruled in december last year, the man to twelve years in prison for aiding and abetting the murder, because the weapon could not be found.
”the Evidence in the case do not bind the 35-year-old directly to the act. None of the witnesses have either pointed him out,” wrote the court in its judgment.
and wanted to have the man convicted for murder and three for attempted murder.
But the man went on the loose by the Svea court of appeal on Friday, which indicates that it will be an acquittal there, the man's lawyer Slobodan Jovicic claimed in his appeal.
– It seems that they go on the suspect side. But I can't say anything until I have seen the judgment, " says Daniel Insulander, prosecutor at Södertörn district court.