Tolga Kibar thought that he himself was in danger, since he is an early evening in June of last year shot 14 times at a car with three people in on a P-space in Albertslund.
It explained the 25-year-old Turkish citizen, before he on Friday in the Court in Glostrup got a sentence of seven years in prison for attempted murder.
He was also convicted for having exposed the individuals who sat in the vehicle, for death and illegal possession of a nine millimeter gun of the brand Glock.
The young copenhagen was at the same time expelled from Denmark.
He pleaded at the start of the hearing, the guilty in the relationship of possession of firearms after section 192a, and he also acknowledged that it was him, who had been out and shooting against the car. But he pleaded not guilty to attempted murder, said prosecutor Jannik Rasmussen from Copenhagen is Ranked the Police.
Jannik Rasmussen explains that the now convicted thought that the people in the car 'was there to do him hurt', when he saw them in front of him.
It has come to light during the trial, the Tolga Kibar the day before had been in conflict with a group of people. He explained to police officers that evening had been on the site, and had registered the fact that he felt under threat. It had not, however, led to a case.
- It was this that had given rise to, what happened the day after - to someone who, he considered, was a part of the same group, had come out again, explains Jannik Rasmussen.
Police met strong in numbers forward in Storkens District in Alberta after the shootings against a car across during the evening of Friday 7. June 2018. Photo: Kenneth Meyer
Police prosecutor informs, that there is talk about groupings in the area bandemiljø. He had in his procedure plæderet for a sentence of about nine years in prison, but the court chose to put themselves at a lower strafniveau.
At the Tolga Kibars behalf appealed against the defender for an acquittal in relation to the part of the sagskomplekset, as Tolga Kibar does not recognise itself guilty.
The three men's car was riddled by gunshots, and one of them, a 20-year-old man, was hit in one leg. He was later reported outside of death.
the Police moved strong in numbers, but in the first place, it succeeded in Tolga Kibar to run away and cross the Danish-German border.
He was wanted internationally and a little under a month later arrested in Hamburg, in custody 'in absentia' and later handed over to prosecution in Denmark.
The original navneforbud of the case were in the course of the proceedings are terminated, on the prosecution's request.