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the COURT IN KOLDING, denmark (Ekstra Bladet): A 31-year-old woman was over the halfway point in her pregnancy, when she on the night of Monday, were killed.
It appears by a grundlovsforhør, where a contemporary man Wednesday morning was remanufactured and has been submitted to the charge of manslaughter.
He has since those fateful moments when the police found the woman dead in her apartment, been hospitalized and only now been able to physically be brought before a judge.
The 31-year-old, who was wearing white hospitalstøj, refuses guilty of murder, but admits having caused the woman's death.
the 112 - 11. aug. 2020 - pm. 11:28 Killed woman was pregnant
The two were lovers, and both names was on Tuesday still at the door to the sealed førstesals apartment in Kolding, where the woman on the night of Monday was found dead of several knife wounds.
According to the population register is the drabssigtede 31-year-old man recently moved from the apartment.
In a førstesals apartment in this upturn in Kolding was the 31-year-old pregnant woman according to the police charge killed with multiple stabs of his girlfriend on the night of Monday. Photo Tim Kildeborg Jensen
The accused appeared both friendly and approachable, while he sat with a appelsinvand in front of him and had read the serious charge up. His defense attorney, Thomas Hove, announced that his client did not want to testify, and the prosecutor Tobias Engby declared in open court; having regard to the final early stage.
The honored judge William K. Andersen, despite Ekstra protests. In addition to the grounds for the investigation, noted the judge, that it is customary with closed doors, when there is talk about the alleged murders among close relatives.
Whether or not the accused is the father of the child who was never born, was not of the hearing, before the press was banished from the courtroom.
however, It was mentioned that the accused is mentally uligvægtig.
Perhaps, therefore, seemed the man who has black hair and thin beards, not particularly visibly affected by the situation.
He had a strong swelling by the right eye, but the treatment he has been through during the hospitalization varies, but, was not mentioned during the open part of the hearing.
in addition to the comprehensive study of the crime scene at the Knud Hansen Road, where it killed, after all, to judge on the bestial show lost their lives in the warm summer night, have a parcelhuskvarter around the three-minute drive away also been subject to police investigation.
Here is located the house, as the man recently, according to the Registry office moved to. Here was Monday evening, a considerable amount of blood.
Police also investigated an area at and around a detached house a few hundred metres from the apartment and the scene of the crime. Photo Tim Kildeborg Jensen
The now deceased and the alleged perpetrator both came on a nearby bibelhøjskole.
the Extra Leaf has been in contact with several of the students and the principal. They are all of the opinion that it is too early to start putting words on both the senseless incident and to talk about the killing, which in January 2018 have been affiliated with the christian college.
The killing and the now drabssigtede both came on bibelhøjskolen Acts Academy. Photo Tim Kildeborg Jensen
None of them, Ekstra Bladet met in and outside of the bibelhøjskolen Acts of the Academy, wanted to comment on the drabssagen. Here enjoying some of them to fish in the heat of the summer by a lake right next to the school. Photo Tim Kildeborg Jensen