Frogner murder: Mother of two shot to death in open air – prosecutor asks for 17 years in prison

Frogner murder: Mother of two shot to death in open air – prosecutor asks for 17 years in prison
Murder: Fevziye Kaya Sørebø (50) was shot nine times in the head. The accused was a mother of two children whose children attended the same school.

Oslo Court (VG) Prosecutors believe the man accused of shooting Fevsie Kaya Sorebo, 50, in Frogner, Oslo, should be sentenced to 17 years in prison.

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The request was made during prosecutor’s closing arguments in the District Court on Thursday, the final day of the trial against the 41-year-old man accused of murder.

The man is accused of shooting mother-of-two Fevsie Kaya Sorebo nine times in the head on 28 April 2021 in Frogner, Oslo.

He pleaded guilty early in the trial in court and in a police interview.

Prosecutor Aud Kinsarvik Gravås said the killing took place under particularly bad circumstances.

In court: Prosecutor Aud Kinsarvik Gravas was flanked by chief investigator Christian Rosmo Eldegard throughout the trial.

During the prosecutor’s final procedure, the man sat with his arms crossed and looked at the table in front of him.

The man himself said that the killing was done out of passion and was not premeditated.

– I can’t describe it in any way. They just flowed to me, then and there. It was like burning inside the body, the accused replied when the prosecutor asked him why he shot last week.

However, the prosecution has submitted several messages from the man’s relatives, which they believe may have been premeditated.

A person close to her wrote on April 11, 17 days before the murder.

The relative declined to comment on the news in court. In a police statement read on Tuesday, the man in question explained that he never thought the 41-year-old was capable of murder, but feared he would harm himself.

In memory: Fevsie Kaya Sorebo (50) was shot dead on an open street in Frogner, west of Oslo.

At the time of the murder, the alleged murderer and Sorebo had a long-standing financial conflict. The 41-year-old mother-of-two believed she owed him money for several construction projects.

At Christmas 2020, Sorebo won the civil case in court. The man was sentenced to pay her close to NOK 12 million. He appealed.

The money dispute is at the center of the investigation against the 41-year-old.

An employee of the insurance company Trick Forcing, which was suing the man, testified earlier this week about a phone conversation that was supposed to have taken place in mid-January 2021, three months before the murder.

– I understand that he was not convinced on even one point by the court. He later told me: “If this decision stands at the end, I will cry ‘A’.

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