Secrecy went too far, when two middle eastern men on 52 and 40 years old were produced in a Court in Aarhus 6. June and charged with attempted murder of Rasmus Paludan, Tight Course, during his demonstration in Gellerup 5. June.
It says the Vestre Landsret in an order that redo byrettens decision that grundlovsforhøret was held for the so-called ’double-closed’ doors, of which the charges against the men were read out.
the Police had otherwise before the hearing date stated in a press release that the 52-year-old suspect for attempted murder on Rasmus Paludan, while the 40-year-old defendant for aiding and abetting.
Anyway required specialanklager Jesper Rubow, that the specific charges were kept secret:
There are certain details in the charges, which will damage the investigation, he said, referring also to the openness could be detrimental to the investigation of The Independent Politiklagemyndighed, who is investigating the police shot against the 52-year-old.
The 52-year-old was shot in the leg by a cop, when he refused to throw the knife with which he supposedly tried to kill the Rasmus Paludan with.
the Defenders and the press protested in grundlovsforhøret against the secrecy, but the prosecutor was upheld by judge Joy Watson.
Double-closed doors means that also the initial debate about in open court; to be kept behind closed doors. The consequence is, that both the identity of the accused and the charges against them can be kept secret, like the defendants ' position as to the charges do not come forward.
the Extra Leaf kærede the double in open court; to the Vestre Landsret, and referred among other things to the police's own information and role in the case and the public interest, because Rasmus Paludan is a publicly known person.
In grundlovsforhøret said one lawyer, one lawyer Troels Lind Pedersen, the charges have, in his opinion, did not contain information which could be detrimental to the investigation at a public playback.
Now, says the landsdommerne in the Vestre Landsret, that after the contents of the charges and the publicity in the media before the hearing, 'there is no basis to assume that the double in open court; was necessary for the facts of a case.'
the high Court also consider that the consideration for the DUP's investigation of the police shot provides a basis for secrecy.
the Vestre Landsret writes: 'the Doors should not be closed while the debate as to whether the doors should be closed at the sitting on 6. June 2020'.
Why have the Extra Blade now asked the Court in Aarhus to hand over the hitherto concealed charges in the case of the alleged attempted murder of Rasmus Paludan.
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