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Indictment: Soldier stole weapons and killed eksens new girlfriend

the Killing of 47-year-old Thomas Juhl in march 2019 had Defense to change the guidelines for access to operational weapons. On Thursday the Court in Glostrup, a new attempt to conclude the case against the drabstiltalte in the case.

A today, the 44-year-old man took at 11 o'clock on the evening of the 23. march last year, a nine-millimeter Neuhausen-gun home from the garderkasernen in All, where he worked.

the Next morning shot and killed his ekskærestes new boyfriend, Thomas Juhl, with three shots. The killing happened on Stengårds All in Kongens Lyngby. Vicepolitiinspektør Charlotte Skovby described at the time the killing as a 'possible jalousidrab'.

Back in december, most people thought that the matter would be settled. The court in Glostrup held a hearing, and on the list was 'tilståelsessag'. But a dispute about whether the court also had to consider the claim from the survivors, ended with a postponement of the case.

Thursday is yet again, the hearing in the case. Here it should be dealt with under a common hovedforhandling, where a judge and two lay judges shall decide the issue of guilt and mete out any punishment.

senior prosecutor Peter Rask, who also met for the prosecutor's office back in december, states that he expects that the matter will be settled with a judgment late in the afternoon.

In All Barracks in the town of Birkerød had the 44-year-old man a trusted position where he had access to weapons. The evening before the killing he took a Neuhasen-gun and eight corresponding cartridges from the barracks.

On the country's military barracks being bundstykker for guns and pipes to guns stored in a separate box. Without these works the weapon cannot.

Then in march last year, could be employees with trusted access to access both weapons and gun parts, and had, consequently, on your own access to come into the possession of operational weapons.

But after the killing of Thomas Juhl has the Defense changed the rules. Now it requires two workers - one with access to the weapons and a second with access to the pipes, and bundstykker - if an operational weapons must be handed over.

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