The 24-year-old Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, who is found killed, together with a Norwegian friend in the Atlas mountains in Morocco on Monday. It writes her mother, Helle Jespersen, on Facebook and tells to B. T.
'Rise never to marocco. They have slaughtered my daughter Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and her friend who with harsh objects. So christmas is on the characters', she writes.
The two young women who were backpackers, were found dead in a popular hiking area not far from the village of Imlil. They had, according to the ministry of Interior in Morocco, signs of violence on the neck caused by a sharp tool
To B. T. tells her mother that the two Danish police officers knocked on the door in Grinnell on Monday night and told them the terrible message.
Before then she had been sitting together with her three children and saw the advent calendar, where the son had received a message from someone who knows Louisa, who had heard that a Danish and Norwegian woman had been killed in Morocco. The friend said, however, that there was, that the relatives were informed.
Ten minutes after the bell rang on the front door.
Suddenly the bell rang on the front door, and when I went out and saw that there were two cops, I knew what had happened. I broke down and was quite the tears. It is hard, that she has been cut the neck up, and you do not know whether she has suffered, says Helle Jespersen for B. T.
She says that she is not so optimistic in relation to to find the culprit.
- I really wish that they get a hold of the culprit, but I just think that the chances are really small in such a country, she says.
On Facebook, it appears that Louisa Vesterager Jespersen was taken to Morocco with a friend to celebrate christmas.
Louisa Vesterager Jespersen wrote even on Facebook 21. november, that she took to Morocco in december and asked if there was some of her friends, that there was, or whether some bjergvenner knew nothing of Mount Toubkal.
Ekstra Bladet has tried in vain to get in contact with the mother.
Sydøstjyllands Police communications manager Ulla Kaspersen reports that it alone is the Citizens advice bureau in the Ministry of foreign affairs, which shall act in this type of cases.