Gradually it seven years ago, that two senior police officers explained to a judge in the Copenhagen city Court, how a chinese state visit was handled.
People may like to have the tibetan flag with the police. There were not instructions that people should be deprived of the flag, they said in the hearing 13. august 2013.
However, the judge was deliberately duped, believe the prosecution.
The two leaders gave false testimony, it is alleged in an indictment, as the public Prosecutor in Copenhagen drew up in may 2018, and which caused quite a stir.
the Men, a vicepolitiinspektør and a superintendent, refuses to have lied. But the case is quiet, and no one knows when it comes to court. May be it can happen only in 2022 - that is, nine years after the alleged offence took place.
- for several reasons, it is unfortunate that it pulls out, says deputy state prosecutor Gyrithe Ulrich.
the Copenhagen city Court decided in september 2018 to stay the proceedings. It was due to the fact that the government had reduced Tibetkommissionen on the new.
the Commission should continue its work to investigate the chinese visit. And at the same time was also The Independent Politiklagemyndighed (DUP) prompted a renewed investigation.
Although it has been two years, you are both still far from getting in the goal.
Thus informs the deputy state prosecutor Gyrithe Ulrich, that she did not expect to get the result of PAT's efforts before the 'at the earliest at the end of the year'. And the commission has told the Parliament that it expects to be finished 'by the end of 2021'.
This will have consequences for the criminal proceedings. But the deputy attorney general issued, emphasising that it was the defendants ' counsel who asked for and got a postponement.
one is lawyer Martin Cumberland.
- There are gone a really long time, and my client would of course like to have the case settled, but not for any price, he writes in a text message.
the Case is not færdigefterforsket and is thus not sufficiently illuminated, he believes.
- We await with excitement what both the DUP as Tibetkommissionen reach - and hopefully it will help to clarify and demystify a number of factors, says.
The other defender is a lawyer Anders Németh.
- In reality we can not do other than to wait. The new material that had come forth in the commission study, can be and is probably relevant for the criminal proceedings, and none of us want, that the criminal proceedings is determined on a partial basis, he says.
In its first report stated Tibetkommissionen, to the police on several occasions during the chinese state visit, committed unlawful interference against civil liberties.
People were hindered to express themselves and to demonstrate. For example, rev cops tibetan flag out of citizens ' hands and tried to hide the protesters.
Well over 100 persons have received compensation, informed the Copenhagen Police in the spring.