COPENHAGEN DOMMERVAGT (Ekstra Bladet): The 70-year-old man, who according to the police on the bestial show killed a bartender at Christiania, in February, shall be admitted to a psychiatric department.
Here he must mentalundersøges. It decided to judge Ditte Juhl Nielsen on Thursday morning during a court hearing in the Copenhagen city district courtroom 26.
By grundlovsforhøret in February refused the accused, who is a resident spaniard, guilty. What else he explained, got the Extra Magazine is not insight into, as there was in open court;.
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Prosecutor Søren Harbo read, however, at today's open hearing up of the part of the defendants ' explanation from grundlovsforhøret. Here it is shown that the accused then told that he for several years had planned to do with the 57-year-old british citizen, as he was tired of.
Photo: Kenneth Meyer
Briton Ian Roy Parkin settled in Denmark in the mid-1980s. The last many years in Christiania in Copenhagen. Here, the man who many simply called Roy, at Woodstock. He was the fateful night on the way home to an area of Freetown called Blue Caramel, when he with several knife wounds was murdered. It happened in front of the Blue House on the Milky way.
According to the charges assigned to the spaniard Ian Roy Parkin several knife wounds in the head, throat, neck, and torso, 'which meant that he immediately died as a result of his injuries'.
Already under grundlovsforhøret in February it was decided that the accused should be subjected to a mentalundersøgelse. It should be outpatient, but it has according to the prosecutor would not have been possible.
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An interpreter assisted in addition to the defence counsel the accused, as in his mother tongue, among other things inquired, when the case should to the right.
the Man, who has dark hair with gray splatters, was wearing blue jeans and sneakers, which he had not taken correctly, but just trodden down in. By retsmødets completion trudged along, he calmly with a cop towards the end for in the first place to return to jail.
the Prosecutor informed him in advance that mentalundersøgelsen typically takes two months, but that it sometimes can go faster.
the man in The dock is protected by a navneforbud, and the Extra Leaf is therefore unable to describe the details that can identify him.
Photo: Kenneth Meyer