"Involuntarily, they have accommodation in the University ended up in the center of a mordhärva and have been associated with a sect-like assembly with a violent punishment."
"– It is a pity for there is a force here. It is a countryside that is trying to live as best they can, " says Sofi Lindvall, president of Knutbyskola."
"the University is a village in the truest sense of the word. A T in the road with the Ica store on the one hand, an unmanned gas station and the bykrogen on the other. Beautiful old villas set in well kept gardens surrounded by fields and pastures."
"A quiet place, idyllic if you like."
"now and Then passing someone by matbutikens automatic doors, get want to talk. Here people got enough of journalists back in 2004."
" Every day when you went out with the dog, it was the journalists, and asked where the pastor lived. It was quite negative for the people believed that everyone who lives in the University were stupid in the head, " says Knutbybon Anna Norlin, as the thoughts of his car at the gas station."
"15 years have passed since pastor Helge Fossmo and a woman in the ward was sentenced in the high-profile mordhärvan in the University. Now waiting for a new trial, in which three members of the now defunct congregation is accused of a crime which, according to witnesses and plaintiffs occurred in a culture of violence, where abuse and threats to obey in order to not end up in hell been a part of everyday life."
"– It is probably important for those who have been exposed to be believed. And perhaps also for the defendants, that there may be a way to move forward, " says Anna Norlin."
"A couple of hundred metres from the gas station has a group of children with vests in varselfärger gathered outside Knutbyskola for an outing. At the school, all staff received coaching on how to talk with children about what has happened, " says the principal of the Sofi Lundvall who encounter outside of the yellow brick building."
" Honestly, is a lot of very tired journalists. But then are many who live here are unhappy about the fact that the assembly has become a kind of trademark for the University, " says Sofi Lundvall to the TT."
" I think most people still think that there will something good with this. We are thinking that “how could this happen without we aware of it?” We have a societal responsibility – the authorities and the neighbours and all."
"in 2004, then Sofi Lundvall began working at the school, had fear, sadness, and disappointment has taken a grip on the village. No one wanted to be associated with the filadelfia church, " she says."
"– But now, I think that people can distinguish between people and what has been the assembly's activities. I hope that people can feel for those who have been with if things. You think about these people, they are here around us."