the Indictment covers a range of allegations against three senior members of the University filadelfiaförsamling, which was closed in 2018.
A 53-year-old person suspected of ill-treatment of six persons. Among other things, they have bitten a person in the face, kicked the person in the stomach, the pounded his head against a wall and sticking a fork in your hand. The accused have been another person in the head with a hairbrush, and in the face with a fly swatter. They should also have jumped and stamped on a person.
another of the accused, a 45-year-old, are suspected of assault and illegal constraint. He should have struck a person in the face, pressed down the person to the ground and forced it to crawl a distance of at least ten metres.
The third person, a 49-year-old, is suspected of sexual exploitation of a minor and person in position of dependency.
One of the suspects admits the offence behind it, he is accused of, but want the court to hear the case. The other two deny the crime.
between the summer of 2014 and fall of 2016, but the prosecutor points out that many people interviewed have stated that violence occurred in such a scale and in a similar manner on many occasions that it is difficult to distinguish a few occasions.
”Målsägandena have described that they have been victims of violence in the ward for a long time. They have, therefore, in the same way that a person exposed to rough fridskränkning, had a very hard time remembering specific instances when they have been subjected to violence, because the incidents are similar to each other,” writes the prosecutor Liselott Herschend in the indictment.
The occasions, charged are those that ”stand out”.
the Prosecutor writes that there was a ”punitive culture of violence” in parts of the assembly 2013-2016 ” where violence and religion used as a means of power”.
the Evidence consists of förhörsuppgifter from witnesses.
"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.
Accommodation in the University: to tearing up old wounds
in focus for more than 15 years ago, in connection with the so-called Experience-the case. A woman was shot dead and a neighbor skottskadades hard one night in January 2004.
The murdered woman's husband, församlingspastor whose previous wife died of unclear reasons five years earlier, was sentenced later to life in prison for incitement to murder and attempted murder. The family's nanny, who had a relationship with the pastor, and carried out the shootings, was sentenced to forensic psychiatric care and was written in 2011.
Read more: University ten years after the drama – DN visited the resort in the winter of 2013