One of the 12, who on Wednesday was accused of having shared a video from Morocco in connection with the killing of a Danish and a Norwegian woman, is accused of having shown the video to a wide audience in an educational institution.
This was stated by inspector Michael Kjeldgaard from the east Jutland Police to Ekstra Bladet.
Otherwise, act in the cases of that the video has been shared on social media such as Facebook Messenger or other social media.
It is according to the police illegal, because the video is offensive to both the survivors and the killed himself.
- It is in the moment, sharing the material, that it becomes illegal. And it doesn't just have to be digital. In other words, on the social media. One of the charges is about an analog sharing. Thus, where a person is charged with showing the video to a wide audience in an educational institution, said Michael Kjeldgaard to Ekstra Bladet.
The video in question shows the killing in connection with the case of the 24-year-old Danish backpackers Louisa Vestergaard Jespersen and Norwegian 28-year-old Maren Ueland from Bryne. The two were on the vandrerferie in Morocco. Both women were killed in the Atlas mountains near the town of Imlil. The video recording occurred subsequent on the social media.
It also came forward that a number of people subsequently have bothered the family to the Danish woman by sending footage of the video to the family's social medieprofiler.
Michael Kjeldgaard says, that there is no of the 12, which is charged with on the way to have addressed themselves directly to the family.
in turn, has the investigation shown that there are persons from abroad, who posted the offensive video on.
- It is clear that it has been shown that a user of a social media has come from a country in the Middle east, so it puts limitations to what we can do. We have chosen to aim the persons, as we have been able to get hold of, and where we believe that there is a basis to aim them, said Michael Kjeldgaard on.
east Jutland Police have received 118 reviews of the case. Some have been specific, while others have been the tip through the police app for mobile phones.
the Investigation of the 118 tip has led for a total of 14 charges. The 12 is about the age of the video. The last two have been about the endorsement of the action.
for example, if a person in a comment to a post of the video has written 'It has the well of' or 'as earned', explains Michael Kjeldgaard.
Although it is not illegal to store the video, so that calls the police anyway to delete it.
- There are some survivors to think of. and then there's also the epitaph of the woman who is killed in the video, explains Michael Kjeldgaard.
Michael Kjeldgaard tells, parallel with the east Jutland Police investigation of the platoons of the video is also going on to work at Rigspolitiets special department for cyber crime NC3.
The part of the work is, among other things, to have removed the video from videostreamingtjenester abroad. For example, the UNITED states.
Of the 14 accused, in Denmark distributed on the nine police districts, two of the accused, under 15 years of age. Here are the social authorities have been involved.
The next step in the investigation trades, according to Michael Kjeldgaard, to examine the computers and mobile phones for data one after the searches have seized from the accused.
In Norway, the video has also been shared, and the Norwegian police informs in a press release that it has received over 400 inquiries about the shares. However, it has not yet led to any charges.
How are the charges distributed
12 people have been charged with violation of penal code section 264 (d). 2 cf. paragraph. 1
Two people have been charged with violation of penal code section 136). 2
You can see paragraffernes full text at the bottom of the faktaboksen.
The 14 charges are distributed over nine of the country's 12 police districts:Three charges in the Sydøstjyllands police – including one for § 136). 2Tre charges in the Middle - and West zealand politikredsTo charges in The politikredsEn charge in The politikredsEn charge in The politikredsEn charge in the Middle - and Vestjyllands police – including one for §136). 2a the charge in Sydsjællands and Lolland Falster politikredsEn charge in Copenhagen politikredsEn the charge, in Copenhagen, Ranked police
The accused are in the age range of 13-69 years:Six are between the ages of 13-18 years (out of which 2 persons under 15 years of age, and it must hence be assessed on their cases if necessary. in Ungdomskriminalitetsnævnet)Three are between the ages of 22-36 årFem are aged 45-69 years
§ 264 d. With fine or imprisonment up to six months punished, wrongly conveys the messages or images on someone else's private facts or photographs of the member, under circumstances that evidently may be required to be removed from the public. The provision shall also apply where the communication or picture concern a deceased person.
the first Paragraph. 2. Available under the terms of its or videregivelsens nature and extent or the number of affected persons particularly aggravating circumstances the penalty can increase to imprisonment of up to three years.
§ 136. The without, thereby, to have due higher punishment public incite to crime, shall be punishable with fine or imprisonment up to four years.
the first Paragraph. 2. The public explicitly condones one of the in accordance with this law 12. or 13. chapter referred to crimes punishable by fine or imprisonment up to two years.
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