Former Detective President Arne Peterson recently sent one 35-page letter to the Oslo State Attorney’s OfficeWho is responsible for the investigation of the Panehia case, which reopened in February last year?
Peterson writes why he thinks Vigo Christianson, 42, is guilty of double murder. He has demanded that a new chargesheet be filed in the case.
The fact that Christiansen and John Helge Anderson, 41, were together in Panehia on May 18, 2000, the night before the killings, was one of the allegations in the letter that the former crime chief had access to TV2.
He believes the two have come up with “a mess” of conflicting information, that they have hidden important information and that they have hidden the information under the pretext that they have less memory.
During a murder trial in the 2000s, it was revealed that Anderson was in Panehia and that he was not with Christiansen.
A Interview with TV 2 in 2018Eighteen years after the killings, he changed his mind and said he was with Christian.
Got the referee card
The Oslo Police District and the public prosecutors in Oslo spent a lot of time detailing what happened before, during and after the May 19, 2000 double murder in Panehia.
According to TV 2, Christiansen has been under interrogation since May 18 with his own call record. Among other things, it turns out that he had a conversation with the actor motor company in the afternoon.
At one point in the investigation, Christiansen believed the actor was playing corporate football with those in the motorcycle.
Oslo police have launched several investigations based on this information.
Among other things, they have obtained documents showing that Christiansen played a football match in the commercial series for Actor Motor against TV-Sør at 19.20.
The match was played in Hæstadsletta, a half-hour drive from home to Christiansen. His team lost the game 9-2 and according to the refereeing card, Christiansen was listed as the fifth player.
Earlier, police believe he was at work.
– Meanwhile we see through the transcript from his telecommunications traffic that he had frequent telephone contact with those who played football. The day before the killings, May 18, he was in Panehoya with John Helge Andress, which made no sense in the case, state prosecutors Andreas Shea and Johann Auvergne told TV2.
One of Christiansen’s two defenders, lawyer Byzantine Andre Gulstadt, believes he added credible value to the fact that Baderson “believes” that Christiansen was in Panehia while he was playing football.
– Not only did this reveal the most disturbing police investigation in 2000, but it also shows that the entry of those previously involved in the investigation, such as Arne Peterson, endangers the legal protection of the accused offender.
– The fact that the case has now been reopened makes it clear that the trial in which Arne Baderson was in charge in 2000 was based on simple work, where the trial was largely based on trust and a decisive will to decide the case.
– Coulstad says it is not surprising that Peterson did not take into account the significance of the case, which has now been reopened, and that the new information has further strengthened suspicions based on the reopening.
– Completely safe
On Tuesday, TV2 made several attempts to get feedback from Arne Peterson regarding the referee card.
He did not respond to our inquiries, but to the NRK, the former criminal employer states:
– I firmly believe he has been in Panehia. Anything else is innocent. He may have been there before and after a football match. Anderson may also have been told to stay there and wait to follow. There are other examples where he was commanded, Peterson says.
He points out that there are still different times to deal with Thursday.
According to the NRK, Federson also believes that what happened on May 18 will be decisive in the case.
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