During Wednesday charged with three leading persons in the former Knutbyförsamlingen for assault and sexual exploitation.
According to the prosecutor the offences to have been committed between summer 2014 and fall 2016, but that many people interviewed have described the extent of violence that the prosecution only comes to those occasions that ”stand out”.
"It was a part of the culture that you weren't allowed to take pictures or document what happened," says Liselott Herschend at a press conference on Wednesday.
the Evidence consists of interviews with witnesses, where several describe how they were included in a circuit which is called ”the table” – a group of twelve people who were closest to the accused, 53-year-old.
All of their time would be devoted 53-year-old, who on Wednesday was charged with assault of six people.
in questioning how it was her job to pass up at the person, she was a ”servant” and ”all-rounder”. She describes how many of the congregation had other jobs, but that this was her.
the Woman says how she always made breakfast in bed for 53-year-old, and that she at one of the times was stung in the hand with a fork. She also describes how she was bitten and had his head pounded in a stone wall.
the Woman got see your doctor for the palpitations – later she was involved in a serious traffic accident. ”What happened was that NN had tunnel vision” on the basis of a focus solely on the accused 53-year-old, hearing about the accident.
”When NN looking back at all the years she understands that she was very mentally stressed”.
within the group was the same as to do ”rebellion” and then you had to expect to receive kind, tells the women.
A different kind of punishment described is of that which is called ”repository”, a small room with freezer and kökssaker where you had to be if not ”done right”. Another woman describes how she had to go to 1.2 mil as a punishment for an event.
who defends the 53-year-old writes in an email to the DN that his client ”can now in retrospect see that the community and the faith you have lived in, within a group of the congregation, led to a behavior that has not been common. The regret [client] deep in the day and is prepared to take its share of responsibility for it. [Client] would like to emphasise, however, that they experienced that they acted together and in agreement in the group and that they never had any intent to hurt anyone”. 53-year-old denies the crime.