– You should not have to die just to go down to the Ica, to any dumjävel has thrown a hand grenade, " says Lars Broms, many years of police and investigators.
" the Wife talked about how curious her husband was, that he would always poke at all, so it was obvious that he would stop and pick it up here. But you should not have to die because you are curious.
the 63-year-old man who, 6 February 2018, lost his life in the residential area of Vårby gård in Huddinge, south of Stockholm. The clock was around 9 in the morning, when the man and his wife rode home on the square after having acted.
You should not have to die because you are curious.
" the Wife knows that the man ended up a little behind and turns around. Then she sees how he stops and leans forward and picks up something.
a hand grenade lying on the ground, right in the centre. It is most likely a type of garnet that comes from the former Yugoslavia. The sprint features and säkringsgrepen released. But for some reason it does not have the briserat.
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the 63-see her bold fashion movement when he picks up the grenade, is what is required for gaddafi to be activated. 3.000 steel balls pushed out against his body. The damage is so severe that the man later dies.
– A completely, completely innocent have been killed, says Lars Broms, who was assigned to lead the investigation of the death.
a year ago the event, which has become a kind of ultimate consequence of the sharp increase in the number of handgranatsdetonationer in Sweden. Recent years have 116 mortar attacks occurred, according to a forthcoming study which SVT reported. Two people have died as a result of these – one of them is just 63-year-old.Police officers at the metro in the Vårby Gård. The alarm about the explosion was received shortly after 11 o'clock a Sunday afternoon. Photo: Alexander Mahmoud
despite the fact that the police, according to Broms done ”everything and more” has not been able to answer the question of how the grenade could end up on the square in Vårby gård.
is that it for some reason been thrown there the night before. Two young men sat under arrest in February, suspected of involvement, but was released for lack of evidence. Now there will be no longer, and the inquiry has been closed down.
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– There are people who know what this is, who it is who's done this. But people don't talk, " says Lars Broms.
to get people to testify is not unique to this case. Especially in the country's impoverished areas – there Vårby gård count – there are many who are reluctant to tell police what they know.
There are people who know what this is, who it is who's done this. But people don't talk.
" we wish that those who have been involved or to those who are on the edge of them who have done this would have so much courage that they told us what happened. And generally speaking something set up and tells us, instead, to say that ”I have not heard anything” and ”I have not seen anything”, says Lars Broms.
" I understand it. At the same time I would like to talk a little more about the work with them we are really protecting in the day. There are a lot of actions you can do to protect a witness.Daniel Dronjak, municipal executive board chairman (M) and Magdalena Bosson, the then municipal manager, at the site of the explosion in January. Photo: Magnus Hallgren
To anyone subjected to retaliation after he or she has testified, is very unusual, according to Broms. At the same time, he believes that more must be done to get more people to dare to talk. For example, should witnesses ' identity could be better protected and you need to change the procedures during the trials, he believes.
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" If I'm going to testify in a trial after a shooting, maybe I should not have to sit there alone in the hall. Maybe I should not have to sit out in the waiting room along with the suspects ' friends – system is the baroque really, and it is everyone's responsibility, not just the police.