Two men punishable by every 13 years in prison for a killing in February last year. The Court in Herning, denmark, settled on Monday, write in the Middle - and Vestjyllands Police in a press release.
The convicted 39-year-old Jan Weng Jensen and the 33-year-old Rasmus Strong, informs the media, who have been present during the nævningesagen.
the Punishment is stricter in relation to the starting point at 12 years of killing, and nævninger and the judges had agreed on the sentence, write the media.
The convicted men appealed the judgment to the high court with the claim about the acquittal.
the Victim for the brutal killing Kenneth Linde Simonsen was found beaten and kicked to death in a meadow by the waters of borris fishing east of Skjern in February last year.
the Violence had led to several skull fractures, and the 47-year-old died of his injuries.
It was two men in, respectively, 39 and 33 years, who was behind the gruesome crime, ruled a jury Monday prior to the sentence.
one of the men in court, according to the TV Midtvest explained that, with fists repeatedly struck the 47-year-old, because he had some nudes of a common female acquaintance.
The 39-year-old had a sexual relationship with the woman in question, and he should, therefore, have made it clear, the 47-year-old that the photos should not be shown to anyone.
During a recent drunken spree in the waters of borris fishing rejected the now deceased man, however, that he had had any such nude photos.
It was too much for Jan Weng Jensen, who explained in court that he beat Kenneth Linde Simonsen two-three times in the face with a clenched fist. Rasmus Strong beat behind the man 'a few times', reported TV Midtvest from the right.
After tæskene left the men to the 47-year-old in engområdet. He could even go home as the lesson, they did. The elder explained that the man could still stand, since they left him.
the Prosecutor demanded the 39-year-old sentenced to a term of imprisonment, while the 33-year-old according to her should be sentenced to custody.
Custody, along with life imprisonment - the only sanction in the Danish criminal justice without a time limit. Persons who are sentenced to custody are considered to be dangerous, if they are on the loose.
In contrast to anbringelsesdomme, as the insane criminal to be imposed, is forvaringsdømte assessed as suitable to serve in a prison.