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Dane somalilandsk prison: Pure torture

- I want to show the Danish society and the rest of the world that it is happening here, is pure torture. And Denmark is letting it continue.

so says Omer Hassan Sheik Muse, as in Somaliland in 2016, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for killing the 21-year-old law student Jonas Thomsen Sekyere.

the Killing took place in 2012 in the meatpacking district in Vesterbro in Copenhagen.

in addition to 20 years in prison, was the Muse ordered to pay 33 1/3 camels to his victim's family.

the Verdict was back then, without the Muses then Danish defender, Michael Juul Eriksen, was informed.

Since the verdict has the now 33-year-old imprisoned in the city of Hargeisa in Somaliland. Under the circumstances, which he thus describes as torture.

112 - 2. aug. 2016 - pm. 11:40 Jonas Sekyeres murderer convicted in Somaliland

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Jonas Thomsen Sekyere was in 2012 were killed during a visit on the Hill in the meatpacking district in Copenhagen. Since 2016 has the now 34-year-old Omer Muse serving a sentence for the killing of Somaliland. Photo: Private

Omer Muses judgment in 2017 downgraded to ten years in prison by the somalilandske the supreme court, but the convicted person believes that he should be sent to Denmark to have his case tried before a Danish court, since he is a Danish citizen.

Extra Magazine speaks with Omer Muse in the phone via the app WhatsApp. Another inmate lend him a mobile for the purpose. In the background is heard loud chatter and shouting among the other inmates.

when Asked how often he will visit, is the answer:

- I do not get any visits.

Neither of his somalilandske lawyer or from the Danish embassy in Nairobi, explains Muse.

- In the beginning I received a visit almost every month, he says, and estimates that denmark has decided not to use the money to give him a visit in Hargeisa. No, he is baffled by.

- If you are a Danish citizen, is it their (diplomaternes, red.) work, no matter what you sit for. One's rights must be protected.

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Jonas Thomsen Sekyere was buried from the Church of Our Lady and then driven to the Assistens Cemetery in Nørrebro. Photo: Anthon Unger

in addition to that he wants to come home, want Omer Muse to draw attention to the conditions he is serving under. In his view, with the Danish acceptance.

- The Danish embassy, which is close to here, in Nairobi (in Kenya, ed.), they know what is going on, but they failed to look seriously at what is going on in the prison or what Danish money (oda, ed.) being used to, say, Omer Muse and recounts that he and 14-15 medindsatte around the clock staying in a cell with ten beds.

- I have been moved from room to room. I sit and lie on the floor, says Omer Muse.

in addition to being placed in cramped conditions with poor hygiene and no medical assistance is Omer Muse by his own admission, chained on hands and feet. Something in his optics 'hear slaveritiden to'.

at the same time, he experiences in his own words to be judged more harshly than the other prisoners, because he is a Danish citizen.

There was a time when I wrote below that I would like back (to Denmark, red.), says Omer, and explains that he thereafter had conveyed the threats.

Muse insists that he only wants to speak about his conditions in prison. When it's about his case and the law, incidentally, he refers to his Danish lawyer.

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Omer Muse is chained on hands and feet in the prison in Somaliland. He hopes to have his case tried before a Danish court. Photo: Private

Omer Muses Danish lawyer, Poul Hauch Fenger, B. T. stated that the conditions in the somalilandske prison is alarming.

- There should be many inmates in each cell, the sanitary conditions are among the worst on the continent, and there is very limited access to the medical staff. My client has not access to his own counsel and has now for a long time expressed concern over their own state, has three times spoken to the media.

to Ekstra Bladet explains Poul Hauch Fenger:

- Any Danish citizen has according to the Danish code of civil procedure and The European Convention on human rights the right to a lawyer. Right now he has no defense.

Should the Mouse be extradited for prosecution in Denmark, he will, according to Poul Hauch Fenger refuse guilty. Despite the fact that he is under arrest in 2014, confessed to the killing.

Omar Muse has later rejected afhøringsrapporten and explains, instead, that the killing happened in self-defense.

so far, there is no prospect that the Muse can be made for a Danish judge. The local authorities have refused to extradite him, and there are no agreements with Somaliland to extradite nationals to serve sentences in Denmark.

It means, according to the Prosecution here, that there is nothing to put up:

- We can't take him out of jail and put him on a plane, it is only the somalilandske authorities, who should make the decision, senior prosecutor, Søren Harbo assessed against B. T.

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