The court in Hillerød has lifted the name ban in a case from Frederikssund, where a 44-year-old man is charged and imprisoned for having killed the missing Maria From Jakobsen.
It writes Ekstra Bladet.
The accused is the husband of the missing woman. He is a priest.
The press has so far been barred from disclosing details about the accused 44-year-old due to the name ban in the case.
At the end of October, the police issued a search warrant when Maria From Jakobsen had allegedly left her family’s home in a depressed state.
But later, police suspected the psychologist’s husband was behind her disappearance, and he was charged with murder.
The woman’s body has not yet been found.
The name ban in the case has been lifted at the request of the prosecution.
The man’s defender, Jan Aarup, has appealed the decision to the Eastern High Court, but in vain, writes Ekstra Bladet.
Source: The Nordic Page