the Voices in his head called him out for 'loser', 'dog' and 'greedy', and they tried to brainwash him to become a woman.
He tried to hide himself for the voices to go far out in the woods or hear loud music, but the voices came in over the music, so he threw out all his electronics away.
It was also 'voices', that got the 31-year-old man to assault a 19-year-old antiques shop with an axe at the Circle K gas station in Birkerød, 17. February last year, and now is the judgment of the axeman dropped by the Court in Lyngby.
He was found guilty of attempted murder of kæresteparret, but when he is declared insane - paranoid schizophrenic - is he likely to go unpunished, and he was instead sentenced to placement in a psychiatric facility indefinitely.
The 31-year-old acknowledged the serious acts of violence, but did not believe that the axe-the attack was an assassination attempt, but the well-known a agree domsmandsret him guilty of.
A grisly video surveillance from the gas station showed how he beat the 19-year-old woman down from behind with a deep øksehug in mind, and that her boyfriend was being chased around, while the axeman once again struck out at him.
the 31-year-old had the last word before the verdict, he said again sorry to its victims. He received the verdict.
the 112 - 24. jan. 2019 - at. 12:24 Victims on axe-attack: - here, to survive we do not
today, the 31-year-old under medical treatment for his mental illness:
- I get a real dose, which is absolutely perfect. It goes really well, and I'm happy for the treatment. I myself am traumatized by everything I have been through, said the 31-year-old in court.
He is aware that if he did not take the medication, so he becomes psychotic again.
- I will not. I understand the seriousness of it and are cooperative, said the 31-year-old in court.
Mentalundersøgelsen says that the medical treatment has a good effect, and that he very much possible to take the medicine the rest of his life. If the 31-year-old did not take the medication, is there a 'not insignificant risk of ligeartet kriminaltet subject of the disease', says Retslægerådet.
In other words, is the 31-year-old is still dangerous - if he does not get his medication.
the 112 - 24. jan. 2019 - at. 10:22 Øksemand say sorry to its victims: - I was deeply psychotic
In 2015, where the 31-year-old got three years in prison for among other things the robbery, he was already psychotic, but he did not tell about his experiences with 'the voices'.
He was also mentalundersøgt at the time, but the doctors found him not insane, just karakterafvigende. He was released on parole 2. February last year, just two weeks before økseoverfaldet. He moved in with his parents, but sat and stared into the wall or went for long walks to get rid of the voices.
Mentalundersøgelsen has also exposed that his marijuana-the abuse of up to five grams per day made him paranoid, which he felt to both his own family and strangers in a plot to kill him. He was also afraid that his food was toxic.
His paranoia also went over several prison guards, as he attacked in prison, not later than nine days after the axe-the attack in the town of Birkerød.
He was placed in sikkerhedsfængslet at Police headquarters as category 1-catch - particularly dangerous - and there were four cops to open celledøren, since he should have food.
Anyway, he managed to finish the one served, which was recorded by prison video surveillance. By the judgment in that day, he was also found guilty of violence against fængselsbetjenten.
PET also had got a alert that he had been radicalised islamist in prison, and for that reason, the police in a manhunt after økseangrebet in Birkerød, out of fear that there was a political motive.
But it is in no way been affected or confirmed during the trial of the 31-year-old by the Court of Lyngby.
the 112 - 24. jan. 2019 - at. 09:10 Øksemand too sick for prison: 19-year-old pair of chopped down at the gas station
During the trial, it emerged that the 31-year-old felt torn between the Danish and iraqi culture, and it was one of the reasons why he had a turbulent youth with crime and abuse.
He came at the age of six to Denmark with his family as refugees from Iraq during the war between Iraq and Kuwait. In Iraq, his father was a police officer, but the family are shia muslims, and they were persecuted under Saddam Hussein's sunni muslim regime.