'In the right way, mother.'
A wish for a good night's sleep was the now killed the engineer, Phillip johansen's last heartbeat to her mother.
The 49-year-old woman of tanzanian origin received the short text message, completed with a red emoji heart on the battle 22.40 on Monday 22. June.
After the answer 'thank you' went Mwajuma Johansen in bed.
Mwajuma Johansen misses his slain son, which was always a big support for her. Not least when she in the early summer was divorced and had to change address. Photo: Rasmus Flindt Pedersen
Exactly seven hours and 31 minutes later, the 28-year-old man found killed in the woods to the north of Rønne.
the Extra Leaf has as the first magazine scored an interview with Mwajuma Johansen, which tells about his meeting with one of the drabssigtede brothers in the hours after his brutal death.
It was before the arrest and the police charge against the son, 25-year-old friend.
Phillip Johansen was the night of Tuesday 23. June found maltrakteret and death in a bålhytte in Blykobbe Plantation on the island of Bornholm. Drabssagen shook Denmark, sparked angry reactions on social media in a massive press coverage. Private
The unfortunate woman also tells us about its attempts desperate to find Philip, when she got to know that a person was found dead in Blykobbe Plantation on the island of Bornholm and could not get phone contact with his son.
At the time, was the young man found maltrakteret and lifeless. But he knew his mother did not.
Read here Extra the Magazine's big interview with Phillip johansen's mother, Mwajuma Johansen, where she among other things talks about his now deceased son's background, his own struggle to get on with his life and his burning desire to get knowledge of why he was subjected to so brutal an ill-treatment:
Crime Mother facing forward: Had not see his son's corpse