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Psychologist smuggled marijuana and cocaine into the prison in his underpants

A psychologist who worked with addicts in Enner Mark Prison in Horsens, acknowledges that he smuggled the substances to inmates.

He hid the bags of marijuana and cocaine in his underpants.

the Realization comes, as it clipped psychologist with black glasses is giving evidence in the Court in Horsens.

The 30-year-old man, who worked with addiction treatment in the prison, explains that he smuggled 473 grams of hashish and 9.4 grams of cocaine into.

It was agreed with several of the inmates that he had smuggled the substances into, he explains.

- the Substances was delivered to me at home in my mailbox, and then I took them into the jail, explains the psychologist.

the Psychologist says that he does not know who supplied the goods to him.

And he would not say who should have them.

- I will not say for the sake of my own security, he says.

the Psychologist received 32.950 million for eight deliveries of drugs to inmates.

the Money was mainly transferred to him via MobilePay.

senior prosecutor Bettina Wagner, Sydøstjyllands Police, want to know why the psychologist let himself be bribed.

- It is a very good question. I've had nine months to think about it, says the psychologist, who has been in custody since October.

- It starts with that, comes a little too close to a person, and the professional distance smoking, he says.

And when you move in the environment (in the prison, ed.), then rubs it a little. One's morality is being moved, explains the psychologist.

He was trained in the 2016 and got the job shortly after.

the Psychologist also acknowledges that he allowed several inmates to use a work computer, he brought with him during conversations in jail.

It came to pass, even though the inmates may communicate with persons outside the prison walls, without it being monitored.

The defendants admit to have cheated themselves to an authority - it is a kind of continuing education for psychologists.

It requires a certain number of hours, where you must have received supervision from other psychologists.

The 30-year-old lied in its application about the number of hours and forged colleagues ' signatures in order to obtain the authorization.

It triggered a salary increase of 4500 dollars a month.

The defendants ' lawyer, Klaus Ewald, dispute, however, that there should be a particularly serious form of forgery and fraud.

the Prosecutor requires the psychologist sentenced to a term of imprisonment and will also deprive him of the right to work as a psychologist.

the expected judgment in the case on Wednesday.

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