the Copenhagen city Court has on Wednesday said no to a Danish citizen in Somaliland is convicted of a murder committed on Danish soil, can have his Danish passport handed over.
this was stated by The senior prosecutor, Søren Harbo.
- This is right after book that you cannot obtain a passport when one is internationally wanted, " he says.
the 112 - 30. jun. 2020 - pm. 12:52 Wanted for killing released: I want to go home to Denmark
the Man, who will be given his passport, is Omer Muse. He is suspected in connection with the killing of Jonas Thomsen Sekyere, who was slain during a trip to the city in november 2012.
Omer Muse would like to have a new Danish passport so he can travel to Denmark. It opposes the police, because there is a risk that he will flee to a second country. Private
He was stabbed with a knife in the heart at the disco the Hill in the meatpacking district in Copenhagen.
Søren Harbo explains that the Omer Muse then left the country and remained hidden until June 2014, when the authorities in Somaliland found him in the country.
In the meantime, he has been internationally wanted by the Danish police because of the killing, and therefore, the authorities would also like to have fingers in the man when he appeared in the african country.
- We have demanded his extradition. According to Somaliland law, that he agrees, but he has not wanted to come to Denmark. He has been asked several times, and he has said that he will not, says Søren Harbo.
he Then asked the Somaliland according to senioranklageren the Danish authorities to obtain the documents in the file, so the land itself could lead drabssagen against Omer Muse.
It would, the Danish authorities did not agree to. He must be prosecuted in Denmark, believe the.
the Man was in 2016, sentenced to 20 years in prison in Somaliland. A punishment that was later changed to ten years in prison, when he came to the country's supreme court.
He was released in april of this year, Ekstra Bladet reported.
Despite many years of reluctance to travel to Denmark informs Omar Muse now via his lawyer, that he still want to come to the country.
the public Prosecutor considers, however, that there is a risk that the Muse instead use it rødbedefarvede passport to get into other countries. Therefore a judge had to consider the matter.
Poul Hauch Fenger is Omer Muses defender, and he says that they take the matter further.
- appeal to The high Court. It remains my view that there should be disclosure of the passport, so my client can get as soon as possible home for the prosecution, which he and all parties are interested in, he writes in a message.
If Omar Muse is coming to Denmark, he can be prosecuted, informs Søren Harbo.
It can he, even if he has already been convicted and has been serving a sentence for a crime in another country. This is because there is talk about a murder of a Danish citizen committed on Danish soil.
The time he already served, would be pulled from, if Omar Muse should be indicted, convicted and punished for the same crime in Denmark.
Defending Poul Hauch Fenger informs that there will be discussions about whether it is practically possible to arrange with the Somaliland authorities.