OVERVIEW: Conservatives launched investigation into Khader

OVERVIEW: Conservatives launched investigation into Khader

Below you can read about the whole process:

* July 2, 2021:

Five women tell in an article at DR that Naser Khader in professional contexts has exposed them to sexual abuse. The incidents should have taken place between 1999 and 2019. Naser Khader, who at the time was on sick leave from the Folketing due to stress, denies the accusations.

On the same day, Berlingske and BT write that they are aware of two more cases in which women have experienced being violated by Naser Khader. Naser Khader also denies the allegations.

As a result of the stories, the Conservatives are launching an investigation which, according to party chairman Søren Pape Poulsen, was to “get to the bottom” of the matter.

* August 8, 2021:

Naser Khader shares a nude photo on Facebook and writes that he is healthy and in good shape. He informs in a text message to Ritzau that his sick leave ended on 1 August.

* August 18, 2021:

At the Conservatives’ summer group meeting, Søren Pape Poulsen says that the party has informed Naser Khader that he can no longer be a member. The decision comes in the wake of the legal investigation that was made about alleged sexual offenses committed by Naser Khader.

The study was conducted by the law firm Plesner.

Søren Pape says that the investigation includes seven women and 17 witnesses.

Naser Khader writes the same day on Facebook that he has resigned from the party and that he will continue his fight alone.

* September 2, 2021:

The weekend newspaper writes that Naser Khader, on the advice of lawyers, has decided not to sue the women who in the media made allegations of sexual assault against him.

At the same time, Weekendavisen brings an article that contains quotes from the legal study that is strictly confidential.

* September 3, 2021:

The law firm Plesner states in a written statement that only Naser Khader and his lawyer have had access to physical copies of the lawyer’s investigation.

In addition, Plesner concludes that the copy depicted in the Weekendavisen article is a physical copy.

They can conclude this because on all electronic copies there are watermarks with the name of the person who has the document open.

Sources: Weekendavisen, DR, Ritzau, Berlingske, BT

Source: The Nordic Page





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