It was an attack with precisely the kind of blunt, slashing, as after the police view, beating the previous UN-medarbejer, officer, business owner and steward of the party Left, Ole Kierstein, to death back in October 2019.
the attack took place in a barn at the semi-detached property on the Småkærsvej in the south jutland village of Hejsager. Here lived the 72-year-old man for rent.
South Jutland Police's public prosecutor's office is now ready with an indictment, which Ekstra Bladet has had access to.
Here it appears that the now 41-year-old neighbor, who is charged with murder in the case, took a hammer, when he allegedly hit the Ole Kierstein in the back of the head with more punches.
the Scene of the crime for the dødbringend assault on the Ole Kierstein was several months surrounded by police blockade. Photo: Ernst van Norde
the Victim was hit with so much force that he sustained a fractured skull, lesions in the brain and bleeding. Kvæstelserne was deadly, but Ole Kiersteins body was first found up against a day later.
It came to pass in the extension of that police received a complaint from a member of the family and the now defendants resident in the other end of the dobbelthuset was arrested at the railway station in Esbjerg.
He had created trouble in the train departing from Kolding.
Ekstra avisforside on drabssagen 25. december 2019.
the Trial is scheduled to run with the lay judges over two days in september in the Court of Sønderborg.
It is unclear what the motive could be. The defendants have before acknowledged dødsvold but denied the killing. How he will relate during the trial, wants the defender Lone Adolphsen not to speculate in.
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Detective Called for help a day before the murder: Ole beaten to death
Police prosecutor proposes that the accused, if he is found guilty, sentenced to placement in a psychiatric facility without the setting of 'a længstetid'. He has, after his arrest undergone psychiatric treatment and a mentalundersøgelse.
In a report on drabssagen last year spoke Extra Magazine with neighbors, and acquaintances to Ole Kierstein and the now the defendants neighbor. At the time, was dobbelthuset still encircled by a politiafspærring.
Here in one part of a semi-detached property in Hejsager lived Ole Kierstein. He moved to the city a few years before his death. Photo: Ernst van Norde
They described the deceased occupant as a well-kept man, who greeted at all, was active in a regional tenant counseling and was in charge of a radiomuseum in tönning train Mill.
- It is so ugly that it would happen in our city. I knew not the killing, but maybe it could have happened to me or others? I have met him, and the grisly killings makes me hurt and a little creepy, said Marianne Fabricius Mønsted.
Lars Peter Williams, vicar of Halk-Grarup and Vilstrup parish, went a step further. He indicated that it regularly in the months after the killing was reversed in the local area, that it was strange that 'two neighbours' relationship were so far out'.
- I have understood, that the now-imprisoned man would not acknowledge that he was perhaps mentally ill. The question is also whether one can tvangsindlægge people, if they can just suit themselves. It can probably not, he said.
Vicar Lars Peter Williams has previously stated to Ekstra Bladet, drabssagen has aroused great attention in the region. Photo: Ernst van Norde
A married couple who had confidential conversations with Ole Kierstein after his relocation in 2014 reported that they were visited by Ole Kierstein, the day before he died.
- He told, that he was afraid of his neighbor, and that the man was mentally ill. He had also called in vain for distriktspsykiatrien and the police. Poor man. We asked if he needed help, but he rejected, said the man, as of the now deceased man was told that his neighbour 'as things that were not there' and seemed strange.
Several residents described the now accused man as a guy, there was a little back.
- It was probably also why the authorities did not respond, said a resident, who described the tall, strong man as a strange loner, who fed the cats with shrimp and salmon.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with a close family member to the drabstiltalte. She rejected the friendly comment on the case. A sister to Ole Kiersten has also refused to comment.