A 16-year-old pakistani boy has been expelled from Denmark after a dangerous assault with a knife on the Hill, north of Copenhagen.
In a dom the other day has The high Court decided to strengthen the sentence significantly in relation to byrettens decision. He has always been prohibited to travel into Denmark.
In the original decision of the Court in Lyngby was the result, that the boy was not expelled, but received a warning in accordance with the aliens act, it shall inform the high court on Wednesday.
He was almost 16, when the crime at Dyrehavsbakken in Klampenborg, in may of last year took place.
the Victim was a boy of 14, who were out to celebrate blue Monday, along with some peers.
At a time, there was inconsistencies between the two groups in the area by the bumper cars. A little later, at the 22 time, was the 14-year-old stabbed with a knife, among other things, in the chest and in both buttocks.
In connection with the investigation, sent The Police several times appeals for help to identify the perpetrators. Among other things, there were published photos of ten young people.
In the district court, it was the pakistani boy was sentenced to imprisonment for two years and six months.
However, it is in the court of appeal ended with a fællesstraf in prison three years and six months. Less than two months before the attack on the Hill was the then 15-year-old convicted of four robberies.
the Expulsion is justified, among other things, that the assault was serious and gratuitous, and that the victim had been in mortal danger. He came to Denmark when he was seven-eight years, informs the high court.