It is often said that the first hours after a murder can be decisive for the outcome of an investigation. During the murder in the Old Town, the police investigation leader is reached shortly after the shooting of information that is to be of great importance.
Namely, investigations are already underway against several individuals in a drug case and telephone calls from the interesting individuals have been active at the murder scene.
The hunt for the perpetrators begins and it will end with 12 people being convicted of involvement in the murder and one for stamping out the murder of one of the murdered man’s relatives.
The Court of Appeal negotiations are now underway, and the defense has called in experts from England to question the use of something that has occurred frequently during the past year’s serious criminal investigations – Encrochat.
Will the defense have any luck? Will the case go all the way to the Supreme Court? And how is it that a person who chose to tell a great deal about his activities did not receive any leniency?
Anna Bergkvist, head of police investigation
Daniel Johnsson, Hisingen municipal police
Thomas Martinson, defense attorney
Filip Rydin, Defense Attorney
Peter Sommer, Professor of Digital Forensics
Producer: Viktor Papini
Reporter: Karin Isaksson
Recordist: Johan Hörnqvist
Contact: [email protected]
Tip phone: 0734-61 29 15
Source: ICELAND NEWS