the Man in the 50 years who has been charged with the murder of his roommate in Haugesund on the night of new year's day, have changed the explanation in the new questioning with the police.
He explains that he is behind drapshandlingen, but has not formally taken a position on the question of straffskyld.
the Man has in earlier questioning related to the incident, but has not acknowledged straffskyld up against the drapshandlingen.
- the Defendant has previously explained that he acted in self defence and that the incident was an accident, but this he has now passed away from it. The defendant has submitted a fairly detailed explanation about the sequence of events. According to the defendant, there has been a quarrel between him and the deceased prior to the action. How he sets himself to the question of whether straffskyld, as well as any motive for action, will be the theme for further questioning, " says påtaleansvarlig Marte Engesli Lysaker in a press release.- Admits to have lit on the house, but says it was never the intention to kill Release name
the Police informs at the same time that it was Anne Kari Bjelland (49) who lost his life. Name released in consultation with the families, although formal identification is not expected until at least tomorrow.
Bjelland leaves behind three children, of whom one child is a minor. The kids are Bjelland and siktedes common children.Explains further
the Work of forensic investigations, vitneavhør, as well as hedging and review of online slots continues. The police will now especially work with to check siktedes modified explanation up against the most technical tracks in the case.
"We don't want to go into further details about siktedes explanation, but can confirm that he is cooperative," says Lysaker.the Murder in Haugesund: - Was stabbed to death by boyfriend after argument on new year's eve parties