On the afternoon of the 9. december 2018 onwards, the police summoned to the peninsula of Helnæs on Sydvestfyn. A resident is nervous, because a man running around on the fields. He seems weird and mentally unstable.
As the ushers come forward, the man wearing only knickers and with blood on themselves. They talk with him and decide to investigate a nearby farm in detail.
In the courtyard at the entrance to the farmhouse, do the ushers a creepy findings. A 37-year-old man and a 74-year-old woman is dead - killed with several knife wounds.
The now 44-year-old man who is mentally ill, was arrested, and on Wednesday he stands at the Court in Odense accused of dobbeltdrab. The prosecution will have him placed in a psychiatric facility indefinitely.
In grundlovsforhøret the day after dobbeltdrabet acknowledged the now defendants, that he had stabbed the two with a knife.
He lived for rent at the older woman on the farm.
in the afternoon it was the 37-year-old brændesælger emerged with something burn. According to TV2 Fyn, who was present at the grundlovsforhøret, explained the 44-year-old, that he was dissatisfied with the wood, because the moisture content was too high.
First, he tried to show it to brændesælgeren by cutting it with a dagger. It was not convinced by the seller, so he retrieved a larger knife.
Brændesælgeren was killed with 15 knife wounds.
In grundlovsforhøret told the now the defendants, that he was a former mercenary. In the days leading up to the killing he had hardly slept, because he had been wary of the enemies, have a TV Fyn previously stated.
The 74-year-old woman, whom he knew well, he thrust in his head and in the neck, because he mistook her for an enemy. He called it a mistake.
In Denmark varies the number of killing between 30 and 50 per year. In January, a survey from the ministry of Justice Forskningskontor that 24 percent of all killings in the period 2012 to 2017 was committed by the mentally ill.
Many of the killings could have been avoided if the perpetrator had got the right treatment and support, said Knud Kristensen, who is the president of the Association Mind, in connection with the investigation.
- This report is yet a wakeupcall that we must treat people in psychiatry the better, so fewer are being driven out, where they commit crime - for example murder, he said to dagbladet Information.