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The indictment changed to premeditated murder

the Charges against the 43-year-old sjubarnsmoren from Kristiansand who is accused of having killed ekssamboeren and the father, is extended from intentional to premeditated murder, says attorney general Leif Aleksandersen to NRK.

the Trial of the woman has been taking place in the Kristiansand district court page 12. november, and procedures from the parties is expected this week. The deliberate killing provides significantly higher penalties than a felony, and is punishable by up to 21 years in prison.

- This change means that there will be a need for some new questions from the defense side, to some of the witnesses who have explained themselves, " said the woman's defender Olaf Brawn in a comment to the Newspaper.

Should prove bad drapsmetode. The pressure head of the ex-police chief (69) down in the cushion in ten minutes

Brawn recalls that the indictment against the woman, in contrast to the indictment, the whole time was deliberate murder, and that the director of public prosecutions determined that the indictment should have such wording.

the attorney general disagreed when the charges were taken out, emphasizes the defender.

PROSECUTOR: district attorney Leif Aleksandersen has expanded the indictment against the sjubarnsmoren. Photo: Tor Erik Schrøder / NTB Scanpix View more Found in the tub

According to the indictment took the woman life of its ekssamboer Øystein Hagel Pedersen in april 2014, in a hotel room in Kristiansand. Påtalemakten believe she first drugged him down with large amounts of innsovningsmedisin, before she quelled him with a pillow.

the Investigation of ekssamboerens deaths led to the charge and the indictment also for his father's death, way back in 2002. He was found dead in the bathtub in her home, and then the police last year, opened the grave, they found traces of sedatives that they believe may be linked to the death.

the Woman is also accused of having drugged a now 58-year-old ekskjæreste with the same innsovningsmedisin that was found in the ekssamboerens body. This happened, according to the indictment three times, of which he once ended up in the hospital.

OPENED GRAVE: Grave of the woman's father, who was found dead in 2002, was opened in December 2017. In the grave found investigators were traces of the sedative depressant diazepam. Photo: Sondre Steen Holvik / Dagbladet Show more

In addition, abused her, according to the indictment also credit to the 58-year-old for over 150 000.

No explanation

43-year-old refuses straffskyld for all the points in the indictment, and has not wanted to explain himself in court.

Ekskjæreste (58) to have been drugged three times. - Totally unreal to hear on the

Located in the case is a female undercoveragent, who had 49 meetings with the accused woman over a three-year period, under the guise of being friend. Hidden recording should, according to the påtalemakten show that 43-year-old rådga "venninna" about how she would be rid of a troublesome ex with similar methods as she is accused of having used on ekssamboeren and his father.

In addition to undercoveragenten also used the police secret surveillance, as a room - and wiretapping as well as detection at the woman.

today also have the rettoppnevnte experts have stated the accused woman's sanity. They come to the that she was not psychotic when his father and ekssamboeren died, and that she thus is criminally sane, according to NRK.

the Review follows the case.

To track the police the drapstiltalte sjubarnsmoren (43) Dagbladet Plus
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