A large group of people around the country may have broken the law, when they have seen and shared a video of a killing of a young woman in Morocco.
It says Kirsten Dyrmann, there is a public prosecutor in Viborg. After the agreement with the attorney general, she has been tasked to investigate the case and its extent.
- It is the prosecution's submission that the shares of such a video may be a criminal offence. Therefore, I call on the people to refrain from dealing with it, " said the prosecutor.
The video in question allegedly shows the killing of either Danish Louisa Vesterager Jespersen or Norwegian Maren Ueland, who was found killed in Morocco 17. december.
the Announcement by the prosecution are a reaction to the police in several places in the country have received reviews that the video has been watched and shared several times. Particularly among young people and children are thought to flourish.
- There is a not insignificant number, and therefore it is important that we get coordinated, that everyone runs in the right direction, says Kirsten Dyrmann.
- It will be our job to find out how it is to be investigated. But first and foremost, the task is to examine whether it is a criminal offence and, where appropriate, on the provisions, says the attorney general.
The last few days, several media outlets reported that the students in the secondary share and watch drabsvideoen.
for Example, we have students from Vejgård Østre School in the outskirts of Aalborg according to DR Nordjylland seen the recording. Therefore, the school has had a total of seventh and eighth year to talk about the topic.
Although it is not yet clear if it's even illegal to watch and share the video, working specialists Rigspolitiets National Cyber Crime Centre (NC3) intensely to prevent the spread of the video.
- We have made and continue to make what we can to prevent the spread of this terrible video. If you receive the video, we recommend to delete it immediately, says NC3-looking Claus Birkelyng.