Eirik Jensen has even said that it is about life when the case against him in these days will be settled in the Borgarting court of appeal.
The former politilederen was sentenced to the statutory strictest punishment - 21 years in prison - in the Oslo district court in september 2017. 61-year-old appealed on the present, and since that time he has fought his life's battle to be exonerated in the court of appeal.Jensen-matter directly!
today starts the procedures in the appeal against Eirik Jensen – see live broadcast from 8.30 at Dagbladet TV.- Mentally tough,
today begins the procedures in the case. It is expected that it will take at least three days for Spesialenheten and the defenders to put forward his argument of the evidence. 72 rettsdager, over 120 witnesses and thousands of documents should be accounted for.
It will be a tough round. It is mentally tough to sit and listen to. I'm excited about the line Spesialenheten settles on in his procedure, " says Eirik Jensen to the Newspaper.
Jensen even says in the Newspaper today about the three, the evidence that gives him hope in this round of the case. The judgment against him in the district court was crushing, but this time both he, her Ragna Lise Vikre and the defenders laid down a larger work. Jensen still takes one day at a time.ANKESAK: Tuesday, 28. august began the appeal against Eirik Jensen and Gjermund Cappelen in the Borgarting court of appeal. Jensen was one of Norway's most distinguished policemen, but ended to be sentenced to 21 years ' imprisonment for gross corruption and drug trafficking in one of norways most mention litigation. Video: Nicolai Delebekk